The trick is to smoke the meat and not make the meat smoke

BOSTON BROWN BREAD

  Date: January 30, 2016
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Now this item is neither grilled nor smoked. The reason for it’s inclusion here is it is an essential pairing with beans. Here in New England you thinks of Boston baked beans and brown.bread just like ham and eggs. On this day I was making brisket and it was my first time making a whole brisket and making burnt ends from the point end. There were a lot of unknowns here, so I decided to keep it simple. I used my favorite brand of canned baked beans and was going to buy a can of brown bread too to let me focus on the brisket. Then I thought why don’t I try some brown bread from scratch? You steam it on the stove. The prep could’t be simpler. You mix the dry ingredients and the wet ingredients in separate bowls. You combine the two and pour them into a coffee can and steam them in a large pot for 2 1/2 hours. It really doesn’t get any simpler than this. Any added bonus was I had all of the flours and other ingredients in my pantry. I was so happy I chose to do this because this brown bread was as good or better than any I have had.
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BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Gear:
  • Coffee Can
  • Silicon Steamer Tray
  • Stock Pot