- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
I did just what ya said and it turned out GREAT! I used a wood smoker too. I love to cook everything on it. Try smoked noodles sometime,do them in a metal collander, will surprise ya. Thanks. JimBob
Very good. I brought this to the office pot luck and it was a hit! I was unable to find a brisket on short notice so I used a 4 pound rump roast sliced lengthwise. Other than that I followed all other directions using Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. Will definitely make this again.
The title says it all. This is without a doubt the best barbecue brisket I've ever had, and I'm not a huge fan of brisket until now. I made this with your barbecue sauce Memphis Barbecue Sauce which made it all the better. Thanks so much for posting. This will be made again and again.
I followed this to the letter & it worked brilliantly!!! ALL my family AND friends loved it. The flavour was superb and not too smoky - I was lucky enough to have some liquid smoke that an American friend had sent me, but I think it would work just as well without it as long as you had some barbeque sauce handy.I would make no changes at all. I served it with hot jacket potatoes and roasted summer Vegetables for a "meal" rather than a sandwich snack. We DID have hot beef sarnies later though......with the left overs! Thanks for a great recipe. P.S. I used a French brand of instant French Onion Soup - it worked great!
This was soooo good!!! I made it for a dinner party and it turned out nice and moist. All my guests loved it!!!
The title describes this perfectly - this is the best barbecue beef we've made in the crockpot! I used Lipton onion soup and Emeril's Kicked up Bam Barbecue sauce mixed with a chipotle bbq sauce (I didn't have enough of the chipotle sauce - but together they had just a bit of a kick). We will be having this again soon! Thanks for sharing!