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
The brisket, tri-tip, pulled pork and ribs were exceptional, but the standout was an unusually moist and flavorful smoked chicken breast.
The brisket, Central Texas-style, looked textbook-perfect.
BBQ BINGO NIGHT Friday, June 2, 2017 - 5 pm to 7pm Take a break from the kitchen and come in for a delicious BBQ dinner plate (BBQ beef brisket sandwich, chips, pickle, dessert & drink) or pick up one to take home.
The hormone-free beef brisket from Coleman Family in Colorado?
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Origin and Etymology of brisket
Middle English brusket; akin to Old English brēost breast
First Known Use: 14th century
Medical Definition of brisket
: the breast or lower chest of a quadruped animal
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