Knowing how to cook a brisket isn’t an easy task but when you have an idea of what is going on it isn’t that hard either.

There are a few ways of doing this job properly and one of them is using your gas grill.

Grilling A Brisket

Before you get to the grilling part there are some preparations you need to undergo. The first one is to season the brisket itself.

Rub it with salt and pepper and place it on a baking sheet for about an hour.

Brisket Burnt Ends

1. Separate the point from the flat

The first thing you will do is separate the point from the flat.

To do this, run a sharp knife along the deckle (the fat line separating the two muscles) and slowly cut the two apart.

For this recipe, we suggest separating the point from the flat before smoking the brisket

2. Season the brisket

From here you are going to season your point with kosher salt, coarse black pepper, and granulated garlic powder.

Use all coarse seasoning because it will help get you that nice crusty bark we all love.

Beef Tenderloin

Beef Tenderloin/Beef Tenderloin Steak

Beef Tenderloin is a long cylindrical muscle cut from the middle of the cow right out of the short loin. The muscle tissue does very little work, so it is the most tender meat on the animal.

Tenderloin is very expensive, but there’s little waste and it has a mellow beefy flavor.

Three different cuts from the tenderloin are Filet Mignon, which is cut from the large end usually 1-2 inches in thickness.

Chateaubriand is cut 2-3 inches thick from the center part and Tournedos are cut from the small end of the tenderloin.

Beef Roast


3-pound beef chuck roast
cooking oil
Salt and pepper to taste

PREP 5 mins
COOK 1 hr

Turn the grill on high and allow it to heat up for 15 to 20 minutes.

Rub the roast with oil. Season to taste with salt and pepper on both sides. Other seasonings can be added if desired.

When the grill is heated, place the roast over the direct heat and sear each side for 4 to 5 minutes.


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