Virgil’s Real Barbecue in NYC cooks a Texas brisket that transports New Yorkers from Times Square to the Lone Star State. In the recently released Virgil’s Barbecue Road Trip Cookbook, Neal Corman walks us through replicating the iconic dish at home.
The best part about this luscious cut of beef? You don't have to be a professional pit master to make terrific barbecued brisket at home. The secrets are a good spice rub and the judicious use of smoke and indirect heat.