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[Real Canadian Superstore] Beef Brisket (AAA) $3.98/lb - September 17-23, 2020 (Ontario)

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Tactical wrote: Conflicting info here. Is this deal AAA or AA, if latter I won’t be bothering. Please and thank you.
The flyer specifically says AAA but some locations have been selling AA.
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computergeek541 wrote: The flyer specifically says AAA but some locations have been selling AA.
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They might tell you the AAA is OOS and the AA is not on sale. The AA regular price is $5.98/lb and you're getting a deal jk. LOL
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Sep 24, 2008
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I just picked up this small AAA brisket at RCSS Oakville. They had about 10 small pieces and then they had the giant vacuum sealed ones also
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Went there this morning, way too large to handle properly. I was hoping 1/2 size. There was only 2 left
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RCSS Aurora has $8.77/kg. AAA

Each pieces are like...8kg +$65....

I'll buy mine from t&T instead..
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Nov 11, 2012
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Did pickup of one brisket today, cryovac 8.5kg for $75. Half of it was pure fat.
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The aaa one looks more like beef while the one from freshco looks like ham or isn’t as fresh.
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I have 1/3 of the one I bought + a pkg of beef ribs on the smoker now - I put it on this morning at 7 am.
My kid asked me to try this recipe: https://heygrillhey.com/texas-style-smo ... f-brisket/

I will update this thread with a photo of the competed product tonight.

Update - image below.
Came out tender with a decent bark. Next time we will use half the recommended amount of salt in the seasoning.
Would I make this recipe again? Yup!
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Nov 16, 2005
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Toronto
So pissed. I didn't bother going in when I saw the post that they switched it to AA and now I see some locations have aaa
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deezz wrote: I'm sorry, did you say FIFTY HOUR sous vide????
Sorry, maybe 53 hours... 48 hours put it around 12p that day so I left it in there another 5 hours, then seared it and served.

Recipe called for 62, but who has time for that?

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RCSS has good meat prices when on sale, personally I am looking forward to the AAA prime rib, usually week before thanksgiving.
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I did one up the other night. I put it in the bbq for about 12 hours. I have some angle iron over the burner where I toss in some charcoal and wood chips for flavour. I got running about 250deg overnight then wrapped it up in a cooler for 3 hours to rest. Not bad for my first brisket but I would probably go down to 200deg and cook it longer.

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