Sure… You could probably come up with at least twenty billion (or more?) foods that can be ready in next to no time AND make you want to jump in front of a bus for… But I highly doubt BRISKET* (did you catch on to my acronym) is on that list of consumables.
Sure… If you’re NOT a vegan/vegetarian/pescatarian/meat-free eater… BRISKET* (and it’s undeniably delicious aroma) PROBABLY brainwashes you into wanting to risk your life in a busy intersection for it… But DOLEFULLY, it takes far more than seconds to prepare. More like hours. Seven to eight long and painful hours to be exact.
Talk about being FUNGRY when it’s done.
Ain’t nobody got time for that… And surely you’re friends/family/significant other don’t deserve the wrath of your funger?
Although… If you own a BBQ joint. Then yes, yes you do have the time.
However… What if I told you… US Wellness Meats enlisted David Blaine‘s services and he contrived, for them, a MAGICAL BRISKET that all you need to do is heat up for mere seconds and devour like the animal that you are.
Okay… Only half of the above statement is true and you’re in luck because I speak the truth about the MAGICAL BRISKET. David Blaine had no part in its creation.
I actually have a feeling Illusionist Blaine himself would be captivated by the feat that US Wellness Meats was able to conquer!
So who’s ready to add BRISKET* to the list of B.R.I.S.K.E.T. foods!
Check out the MAGICAL MEAT (along with something else that’s ABSOLUTELY MAGICAL) in the latest GiGi Eats (featuring Abby Austin of ALA Fitness… Not David Blaine, my apologies… However, Abby is WAY better and HOTTER!)
NACHO AVERAGE NACHOS…
Made with Brisket
- 1 Whole Sweet Potato, thinly sliced
- US Wellness Sugar-Free Hickory Smoked Sliced Beef Brisket
- Xyla Brand Xylitol BBQ Sauce
- Spinach, optional
Holy Cow… These are nacho hard to make!
- Slice sweet potato and place in air fryer… And “fry” for 15 minutes at 380 degrees.
- If you don’t have an air fryer… Well, you need to add it to your Christmas list… But until you do, you can pre-heat your oven to 400 degrees and roast your sliced sweet potato in there if you’d like. Since I don’t know your oven, I cannot tell you how long the cooking process will take.
- When your sweet potatoes have about 2 – 3 minutes left to cook, warm up the brisket by placing it in a skillet and simply turning the burner on to medium heat. No need to add any oil as the brisket’s fat is good enough.
- When you plate this creation… Lay the chips on the plate first, then some spinach (or other green, or none at all) and then sprinkle diced brisket on top! If you want to get REALLY meaty… You can add some BBQ sauce to the pile of awesome!
So Tell Me…
- If you eat meat, have you ever attempted to make brisket?
- Your favorite BBQ joint in the world… GO!
- Do you care about how the red meat you eat was raised (i.e. grass-fed/finished)?
- Have you ever been sucked into an AIR FRYER infomercial?
- If you’re married… What was the weirdest thing you requested on your registry?
- Tell me a story about a time you were FUNGRY…
*Grass-fed/finished beef is always best!