National Brisket Day

Happy National Brisket Day

Posted on May 28, 2020

Everyone knows that Texans love brisket, and today is the official day to celebrate it. Founded by Fort Worth’s own Rick McNeely of Fishbowl Radio Network, National Brisket Day is the perfect way to start your BBQ summer.

Brisket is a tougher cut of meat that requires slow cooking either over indirect heat or braised. In the South, brisket is commonly referred to as “barbecue” when it is slow cooked on a grill over indirect heat or smoked in a smoker. Brisket can be served with or without sauce, as sandwiches, as tacos, in soups or casseroles – pretty much any way you can imagine!

Let’s all celebrate Texas’ official start to summer with National Brisket Day!


Industry:   Food / Beverage

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