Definition of brisket
: the breast or lower chest of a quadruped animal; also : a cut of beef from the brisket — see beef illustration
Recent Examples of brisket from the Web
Fatback andouille drumstick, cow hamburger brisket jowl pancetta bresaola salami burgdoggen shank.
This delectable donut sandwich comes with a jalapeño cheddar donut with brisket, onions, and pickles.
My guest opted for the barbacoa (beef brisket), pastor (pork and pineapple) and chicken tinga (pulled chicken in a chili sauce).
Get the central-Texas-style brisket, and request the fatty cut.
Under that was a burger which Arnoff created with a blend of beef chuck, brisket and short rib.
Ribs, brisket sandwiches and other meaty main courses are a welcome addition to the swelling scene growing around the cuisine.
Kosher barbeque, brisket, chicken and vegetarian option.
Joe Henderson's crew was at Festival Park on Saturday long before the crowds arrived, putting the ribs in the smoker and cooking the brisket for the annual Elgin Ribfest.
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Origin and Etymology of brisket
Middle English brusket; akin to Old English brēost breast
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Medical Definition of brisket
: the breast or lower chest of a quadruped animal
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