In Hill Country, believed by many to be the birthplace of real Texas barbecue, brisket is the only meat in town. Texans would never think of brushing a slow-cooking brisket with sauce. They might start with a peppery rub, but usually they let the wood and smoke do the job of turning a tough cut of beef into the most tender, flavorful meat in the world, or at least in Texas. Traditionally, barbecued brisket is served in big rolls, ideal for soaking up sauce and juices.
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