Long before Sam Houston moved to Texas, Mexican Cowboys would cook up a big bull’s head in an underground pit. They called this Barbacoa de Cabeza. It remained a popular dish for cowboys on the cattle drive until German immigrants in Texas decided that brains and sweetbreads were too good to waste in a pit. They started the use of Brisket (usually a throw away cut) in Texas Barbecue. They found that cooked properly it was quite a delicacy. The proper way to cook Brisket is low and slow, with a good amount of smoke, a sweet or spicy rub and a tasty sauce. Throughout Texas and much of the mid-west, this recipe for Brisket thrives. Read More
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