Brisket Knife

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Re: Brisket Knife

Postby cowboydon » Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:19 pm

coachp wrote:Thoughts on using an electric knife other than the obvious noise and doesn't seem as cool as a long clean stroke from the blades mentioned/shown above? Does it tear or shred too much? I have used it on turkey, prime rib, and whole tenderloin and it seemed to cut cleanly and was super easy.

Not if its properly sharp - nice clean slices
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Re: Brisket Knife

Postby dub' » Tue Aug 22, 2017 10:44 pm

Still lovin my F.Dick 16" serrated Eurocut for brisket and clod. not sure they make 'em anymore tho...

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