This brisket is sweet, tangy and absolutely mouth watering. Brisket is often served during the Jewish holidays, and with age I've noticed I'm become more fond of honoring tradition. Whether you've Jewish or not, have never made a brisket before or have made many, this recipe will please you both in ease and flavor.
A Note on Meat*
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