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Thread: Where Can I Buy A Decent Brisket?

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    Default Where Can I Buy A Decent Brisket?

    Near Bonao.

    Went to La Sirena and the guy came back with something with bones. Gonna go back Saturday with a picture. Anyways the thread about hash got me thinking about smoking a brisket this weekend as I am from Texas.

    Thanks in advance...

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    You may find the cut you want, but chances are it will not be properly aged and will be like shoe leather. What to look for is a butcher who properly ages beef in your area or pay the price for imported beef. Either will probably be hard to find. Price Smart might be an option.

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    Brisket is called Pecho de Res...If there's a Supermercado Nacional nearby, they seem to use decent butchers for their domestic beef. They also have pretty good imported beef, but I doubt they'd have brisket.

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    My wife shops at Martinez & Feldmans...

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    I like "Paco Goldbergs" better!
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    I just know I am going to regret asking,

    but where is "Martinez & Feldmans" and "Paco Goldbergs"

    there I did it, I regret it but I did it any way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donluis99 View Post
    I just know I am going to regret asking,

    but where is "Martinez & Feldmans" and "Paco Goldbergs"

    there I did it, I regret it but I did it any way!
    Across the street from the Catholic School Synagogue, near the lubavitch & Sephardi Corner in SD.

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    i was stepping in while it was still warm and mushy!

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    Try the German butcher in Sos/Cab... they're good with meats usually

    Not Bonao, but if you ever visit !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidZ View Post
    Brisket is called Pecho de Res...If there's a Supermercado Nacional nearby, they seem to use decent butchers for their domestic beef. They also have pretty good imported beef, but I doubt they'd have brisket.
    Nacional does not sell brisket.................
    I wish they did...........
    The best they sell is imported rib eye at 550 a pound............

    B in Santiago

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