Whole Brisket

Alt Names: PACKER BRISKET, BEEF BRISKET, TEXAS brisket
French: Poitrine complète  |  Spanish: Brisket entero

THE BASICS & BEYOND

Whole brisket refers to the entire brisket with both the tender point and larger, leaner flat sections intact (8-12+ pounds.) Our premium whole brisket can be used whole as a roast, or smoked in a BBQ pit – cut into various pieces – or shredded/sliced for BBQ, global entrées, sandwiches and salads. This meat is best when cooked slowly at lower temperatures.

Sterling SIlver Whole Beef Brisket

Janet Bourbon, Sterling Silver Chef

“Like a lot of chefs, my latest go-to is anything middle eastern: sumac, Aleppo pepper and za’atar.”

Interesting note

If you think about it, people have been eating brisket since the first pits were dug in the earth. Large cuts were cooked for entire tribes and villages, which undoubtedly included whole brisket. When exactly the first beef brisket was eaten is harder to say.

Classic Preparation

Roast / Braise / Smoke / Sous Vide

In The Kitchen