Sometimes you have a busy day and may not have time to chop, saute, and stir a fabulous meal. With just a little preparation, this BBQ Brisket can go in the crockpot and you can set it and forget it for a few hours.
Cooking this brisket in the homemade sauce makes the meat come out so tender and juicy, it’s perfect to eat with a side of veggies or on a bun with the extra sauce for some great BBQ sandwiches.
Wineparrot suggests you pair it with…
Pinot Noir has light to moderate body with delicious varied aromas and flavors.
The fruitier versions make a great match with salmon or other fatty fish, roasted chicken or pasta dishes Bigger, more tannic Pinots are ideal with duck and other game birds, casseroles or beef stews.
Zinfandel has a low to moderate acidity and medium to full body with jammy, spicy flavors.
Zinfandels is very versatile but pairs best when matched with rich and robust foods, such as mexican dishes, barbecue of all styles, roast lamb, grilled steaks and even Chinese foods!