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Topic: Chopped Beef Barbecue . . . . From: Howard,
Subject: Re: Chopped BBQ
I've gotten outstanding results smoking beef briskets for 24 hours in my Oklahoma Joe metal smoker (it has a separate firebox). But, I've never figured out how to turn left over brisket into the fine chopped beef I get at Ft. Worth's two great BBQ spots. Any advice?
Never eaten in the 2 spots but I suspect the following:
1. the meat is thinly and uniformly sliced across the grain.
2. A finishing sauce of their design is mixed into the sliced meat.
You can refrigerate or freeze. Use steam or moist heat to ready for eating.