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brisket

(brĭs′kĭt)
n.
The chest of an animal.

brisket

the mass of connective tissue and fat covering the anterior part of the chest in ruminants. Lies at the most ventral part of the neck, between the front legs and covering the anterior end of the sternum.

brisket disease
see altitude sickness.
brisket edema
an important indication of generalized edema due to congestive heart failure or hypoproteinemia. Also caused by local venous obstruction, e.g. due to thymic lymphosarcoma or injury due to sharp edges or too high fronts on feed troughs.
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But you may want to save your appetite for their legendary Pit BBQ classics like smoked leg of lamb, Texas beef brisket, southern chill lime chicken platter or battered cod to mention a few.
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The menu is primarily family-friendly American comfort food, with favorites such as homemade macaroni and cheese, deviled eggs, beef brisket and southern-style fried chicken.
Obviously, we specialize in pulled pork and ribs," John Ellis said, "but we also do chicken, beef brisket and a variety of salads.
25kg (2 1/2 lb) lean beef brisket joint in a large lidded casserole dish.
Some 130 boxes of repackaged beef brisket were shipped to yet another customer, the indictment charged, even though some of it had come from packages gnawed by rats.
PAT ORNER of Florence considers baking to be her strongest cooking skill, but the recipe she provides today is for barbecued beef brisket that you don't need a barbecue to prepare.
They're pretty standard southern fare: BBQ Beef Brisket, Mississippi Catfish and Gulf Coast Peel & Eat Shrimp.
If you should visit the most expensive restaurant in Warsaw, Poland, anytime soon, don't be surprised to find an all-American entree on the menu -- beef brisket.