Is your mouth watering yet? Tell us about your favorite place for brisket in and around Atlanta. Photo: MCT When it comes to cooking brisket, the methods are a veritable “It’s a Small World.” Nearly every culture has it’s own take on the cut of beef. There’s the traditional Jewish method — just like bubbe makes it — braised like a pot roast and the thinly-sliced Korean-style approach. In Mexico, where it’s known as suadero, it’s slow-cooked and used in tacos and burritos. But let’s be honest — if you’re from the south, or simply just… >>
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