I love this recipe not only because it tastes amazing, but because it can be used as either a dip or a soup. Need an appetizer for a party? Divide this recipe into a hefty serving of dip and make the rest into soup for lunch or dinner by simply adding a little more stock.
If you’ve heard of burnt ends, you know that they’re usually associated with brisket. Traditionally, they are cut from the point end of the brisket and are so incredibly delicious that they're often referred to as meat candy.
Matt Eads is a former US Marine and self-taught grillmaster. Building on a lifelong passion for cooking and the memories of his dad’s less-than-stellar BBQ, Matt has learned the ways of the grill through reading, practical application, and a lot of trial and error.
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