We give a thumbs-up to Fiesta Brisket, which blends Tex-Mex flavors with the Lone Star State’s most popular beef cut. Sauce the meat, grab an icy longneck, and you’re good to go.
Photo Jennifer Davick / Styling Sissy Lamerton, Caroline Murphey / Food Styling Marian Cooper Cairns, Angela Sellers
No, you don’t need to be from the Lone Star State to cook brisket in the best Texas tradition. Here’s proof: Floridian Elisa Tacher sent us her recipe for Texas-style brisket, and we loved it. Test Kitchen Professional Norman King tried it out on a gas grill and an oven. Both methods are shown here. But no matter how you cook it, you’ll get credit for delicious brisket―deep in the heart of…your own dining room.