Brisket’s back because of Daniel Delaney, Hunter Augeri, and BrisketTown! Mariana Cotlear sits down with the BrisketTown guys to talk about smoking and carving meat! Hear how Daniel and Hunter developed their recipes by smoking meat at Daniel’s parents’ home in New Jersey. How does Brisket Town reflect the tradition of American barbecue? Tune in to hear where Brisket Town sources their meat from, and learn about barbecue lore and recipe secrecy. Listen in to find out about Brisket Town’s upcoming menu changes and special events! This program has been brought to you by Hearst Ranch.
“We just use salt and pepper. There’s no gimmick, there’s no special sauce- nothing like that.” [2:15] — Hunter Augeri of Brisket Town
“Brisket has the most lore around. It’s the evil villain in the barbecue scene. Nobody gets it right- it’s easy to make pulled pork, and it’s easy to make ribs. Brisket is less forgiving.” [5:25] — Daniel Delaney of Brisket Town