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Gone Camping: Best Made Co. Makes The Best Brisket

By • May 2, 2012 • 2 Comments

We don't know about you, but when we've spent all day in the woods splitting lumber, navigating treacherous terrain, and fighting off bears — which, you know, we're always doing — we come home hungry. That's why we're thankful the axe-wielding woodsman behind quality tool-making company Best Made Co. have provided us with this hearty, no-holds-barred brisket. 

Their recipe is not for the faint of heart (or weak of arteries...). Prepped with bacon, beer, and BBQ sauce, then cooked over an open fire, it's done when it "smells done" and you better not give a damn otherwise. It's also designated to serve "four hungry folks who have been cutting and chopping wood all day," but we feel safe in assuming it'd be stellar even if all you've done so far today is play a game of office chair tag with your co-workers. 

Best Made Brisket by Best Made Co.

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over 2 years ago Kenzi Wilbur

Kenzi is the Managing Editor of Food52.

Ha, lovely post. I used to work for Backpacker Mag, and so the title gave me flashbacks (read: PTSD) of dehydrated meals with shelf lives longer than well-tended to house plants.

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over 2 years ago cassiem

Backpacker Mag! No way! I've been buried in this lately: http://books.google.com...