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Mrs. Bond’s Beef Brisket

Mrs. Bond’s Beef Brisket

We got this recipe from Mrs. Bond several years ago. She is the grandma of some dear friends of ours in Mississippi. It’s super easy and makes the whole house smell amazing when slow cooked!

1 Beef Brisket

1 (4oz.) bottle liquid smoke

1 bottle KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce

Place brisket in baking dish. Pour liquid smoke over. Let soak in fridge several hrs. Cover with foil and bake at 200 degrees till done (overnight), or at 350 degrees for several hours. After baking, pour off most of liquid smoke. Slice (if not pre-sliced). Cover with BBQ sauce and serve!

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3 Comments

  1. Denise C

    Hello, when doing the brisket at 200 over night, approximately how many hours? How do you know when it’s done?
    Thank you in advance and that you for all the great recipes.

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    • Derick & Jill

      Hey Denise, You can bake it anywhere from 8-12 hours, or until the internal temp is 165 degrees. The juices shouldn’t be bloody and most likely if you’ve cooked it the full 10 hours or so at that temp, it should be ready to eat.

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  2. Janice lunova

    Hi! Sounds like a yummy, easy dinner. I love having another recipe for a “fix it and forget it” meal. Thank you for sharing. I am not trying to be a Debbie downer, but as the wife and mother of fire fighters, I feel I need to please ask you make this in the morning and let it cook during the day when you are home. It can be very dangerous to have your oven on while you are sleeping. Please forgive me for worring. My boys have no problem helping people in trouble, but they would rather help prevent the problems in the first place!

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