Fat Boy's BBQ Ranch Beef Brisket and Peach Cobbler

Fat Boy’s BBQ Ranch Beef Brisket and Peach Cobbler

Fat Boy’s Bar-B-Que Ranch, Prattville, Alabama shares his legendary brisket recipe which is so simple yet so good. Enjoy with his wonderful peach cobbler.

1 whole beef brisket
Charcoal seasoning

Trim brisket to choice of fat consistency. Rub garlic salt and charcoal seasoning on both sides generously. Cook with indirect heat over charcoal fire and hickory or mesquite chips for smoke flavor.
Slow cook at 350 degrees F for approximately 3 hours. Beef is done at 170 degrees F.
Slice across grain of meat in thin slices. Serve on sandwiches or plates with your favorite sauce.

Fat Boy’s BBQ Ranch Peach Cobbler

1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup milk
1/4 cup margarine
No. 2 can sliced peaches in syrup

Melt margarine in 13 x 9-inch casserole dish in 325 degree F oven.
While the margarine is melting, mix sugar and flour in a mixing bowl until well blended.
Add in milk and continue to blend.
Add peaches to butter in dish. Stir. Pour cobbler over peaches. Do not stir. Bake until cobbler is golden brown, approximately 1 hour.