12/5/2016 – if i want to serve the brisket on new years what day should i order? how long will it stay fresh in the refrigerator ?thanks . . .
Response From The Original Black's Barbecue: I would suggest ordering now, and placing in your freezer. 3-4 days before the day you wish to serve, move the brisket to your refrigerator to thaw and serve. FedEx is very busy this time of year so delays could happen. Order now so that if there is an error, we have plenty of time to fix it. And the deadline for ordering for 2016 is Tuesday, Dec. 13th.
10/18/2016 – is your lean beef brisket and spices gluten free ?
Response From The Original Black's Barbecue: Yes. The only meat that contains gluten is our Sausage.
5/12/2016 – is your barbecue shipped fresh or frozen?
Response From The Original Black's Barbecue: All our meats are shipped fully cooked and smoked, vacuum sealed, and frozen. We then put all the meats in a styrofoam box with Dry Ice to be shipped.
12/19/2015 – We received the beef brisket as a gift. Our son is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts and sesame. I am writing to find out . . .
Response From The Original Black's Barbecue: Hi There, there are no tree nuts used in the preparation of our BBQ or in the preparation of any of our other foods. I can say the same for sesame.
12/15/2015 – When we visit the restaurant we order lean brisket, can that be ordered on line for shipping?
Response From The Original Black's Barbecue: The Briskets we use for shipping are mostly lean, with some fatty. Remember, the deadline is tonight, Tuesday 12/15 at 11:59pm
Order Deadline is Tuesday, Dec 13th, 11:59pm CST to receive your order BEFORE Xmas & New Years
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