Friday, February 24, 2012

Smoker at home

A few weeks ago, I started on a really masochistic streak with my cooking and tried to smoke a Corned Beef Brisket on my barbecue on a week night.  I got it on the coals by 6pm and didn't finish until about 2 in the morning the next day.  It turned out pretty good, but still needed another few hours to be truly fall apart tender. I cheated around midnight and put it on a roasting pan in the oven at 250 so I could try to sleep rather than having to check the coals every half hour or so, but the experience got me thinking about ways to achieve that smoked flavor without all of the work.  Wouldn't you know it Saveur had my back.


4 comments:

  1. Does doing it on the stove really have the same effect? Or just similar.

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  2. Wow that looks delicious. Also, I love her stove because it looks like an ordinary table.

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  3. I just smoke while I cook. Does the trick. :)

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  4. this does definitely look like an easy way to smoke some meat! ill try it

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