In this video, Brian shares the 10 easy steps to cut your brisket so that you have the highest quality slices and plenty of them!
#1-Before you smoke or cook the brisket, make a small cut in the corner that will allow you to cut AGAINST the grain once cooked.
#2-Once pulled and set, place your brisket on the cutting board and begin cutting against the grain to create the most tender pieces.
#3-Make 1/4 slices from the starting point.
#4-Continue to cut until the fatty bottom appears on your slices.
#5-Slide your knife between the fatty bottom and the top meat and gently separate the top and bottom. Set the fatty bottom aside.
#6-Finish cutting up the first piece and place it in your dish.
#7-On, the fatty bottom piece, gently slice the excess fat off the top of the meat.#8-Rotate this piece so that you can cut the meat AGAINST the grain!
#9-Cut your slices the same width as before—place them in your serving pan.
#10-Serve your guests brisket so good they'll say, "SLAP ME, THAT'S GOOD BRISKET!"