Cook Brisket Like a Pro
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, Article by Charla Draper
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.