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
Grill Fiesta Brisket until a meat thermometer registers 195°. Tip: When buying brisket look for some fat (also called marbling) throughout the meat, which helps make it moist and tender.