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In Reply to: Is the era of the non-injected brisket over? posted by The Virginian on August 23, 2009 at 07:20:19:
Hey Brett, we have beef and pork sponsors as well, Strube Ranch Pittsburg, Texas, and Eden Farms State Center, Iowa that supplies us with Wagyu Briskets and Certified Berkshire pork respectively. We injected once, it was nasty, so we never did it again, maybe we didn't know what we were doing, but I won't do it ever again. We put our trust in our sponsors products and believe in them as they do us. So, if I have to alter their products internally with injections, I believe I would not be respresenting thier product as I should. We use only dry rubs on "ALL" our meats, no injections of any kind. I would rather think that the product is consistent, it's me that makes it or breaks it. Don't want to start a "injection" war here, just not my thing. But we did win first place Brisket yesterday at Bristol in the Prilosec OTC BBQ Shootout. Hope this helps.
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