This was pretty good. Not the best BBQ I've ever had, but decent nonetheless. My fiance wasn't particularly impressed, but he can sometimes be picky lol!!! For the expense incurred, I think I'll stick with my standby BBQ beef recipe (also made with a homemade sauce - which is absolutely delish!). I ended up using a 2.5 lb. brisket since I was cooking for just the two of us. It cost me $14 bucks (whoa!). If I didn't have all of the other ingredients readily available, I probably would have used a different cut of meat to keep the cost down (since I'd have to buy all of the other stuff) or skipped this recipe alltogether (which I didn't want to do). I pretty much followed this exact except for adding several shakes of Tabasco hot sauce due to other's warning of sweetness. I don't think it made much difference though (oh well!). Served on fresh kaiser rolls with a generous heaping of coleslaw (on our sandwiches, but you could serve as a side if this idea doesn't float your boat) and kettle chips on the side, this was an easy-to-fix, filling Sunday evening meal. I must say, you can't beat the convenience factor, and for that alone, I give 5 stars (minimal cleanup!). Thanks for sharing! :-)
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This was pretty good. Not the best BBQ I've ever had, but decent nonetheless. My fiance wasn't...