BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
— When you think of beef barbecue, you might think of a thick, fatty slab of brisket topped with a creamy, juicy patty.
But you can also make your barbecue at home with ingredients you can buy at a farmers market.
A few ingredients you’ll want to check out:Butter, olive oil, garlic, and onion all come from the same source as the beef: a cow.
But the cow is not the only source for beef barbecue.
You can make your favorite meat at home by using a combination of cow’s fat, soybean oil, and/or a combination.
This is called a cow-based meat.
You might even want to use a variety of meats, too.
You might also want to consider other ingredients, like garlic and onion, as well as the curing process that gives them their signature flavor.
If you’re cooking your barbecue in a large, open pot, be sure to add enough water to cover all of the ingredients in your pot.
You’ll want enough to allow the beef to fully cure, but not to be overly dense.
If the meat is not fully cured, it won’t release any flavor.
You should add more water if the meat begins to feel dry and mushy.
Beef brisket is traditionally prepared in a big, open metal pot.
But if you’re looking for a smaller, more intimate way to prepare your barbecue, try this recipe for a beef brisket sandwich.
A small amount of cooking time is all that’s required.
Once the brisket has been properly cooked, it can be served over a bed of lettuce, tomato, or onions.
If you prefer, you can even serve the briskets in a bun, with some leftover lettuce and onions for dipping.
You’ll want a large pot for this recipe.
It’ll also help keep your ingredients moist, since the more meat you use, the drier it’ll be.
You don’t want your brisket to be too dry.
To ensure a nice browned surface, add a bit of cooking spray to your pot when you cook it.