Fourth of July Dinner Brisket and Jalapeño Poppers

Photo info: Apple iPhone 12 mini, 4.2mm, f/1.6, 1/40 sec, ISO320
“Fourth of July Dinner” Cedar Park, 2021

I made a beef brisket for our holiday meal using a slow-baking method as I have done in the past. However, this time it took a couple of hours longer than usual for some reason. The delay was okay, however, as the family was in full relax-mode, and we snack on the smoked sausage and drank margaritas (just Mariko and I!) while we waited. I also made jalapeño poppers, Bay made mashed potatoes, Mariko made a salad, and Koa set the table.

It was a yummy meal, and easy to make.

FYI, the traditional way of preparing jalapeño poppers is to wrap the cheese-filled peppers with bacon strips, and then pop them into the oven. But what we do is to fry up the bacon, cut into bits, and then just add them with the cheese stuffing. This method is so much easier, not nearly as messy, and it’s simpler to get the jalapeños to the right done-ness. It’s also way easier to eat. 😀🌶

I hope you had a nice day!

Photo info: Apple iPhone 12 mini, 4.2mm, f/1.6, 1/260 sec, ISO32
“American Flag” Cedar Park, 2021

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