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..bought a corned beef brisket....

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Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ata

...in celebration of green beer day...any suggestions on the best way to do this lovely piece of beef...
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Jim Underwood
Pittsburgh, USA   usa
1972 MG MGB
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We always put it in the slow cooker/roaster with water just covering it and the seasoning pack they usually include. Let it just simmer for a few hours and let it cool before slicing. Maybe another way but that's how dad told me to do it. I got one too..2.50 a lb on sale. Whatever you do, low and slow is the way to go.
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Bob .
At, Large, Canada   can

Cabbage, potatoes, carrots and turnip. All done in the pressure cooker. Takes about a half hour and is as tender as can be.

Slow cookers seem to make everything tough and stringy, and take too darn long for me.
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John D Gonzales-Lusk
Los Lunas, NM, USA   usa

Definitely low and slow - and don't forget the cabbage and potatoes, but put them later so they don't cook to mush. Nothing worse than mushy potatoes unless they're mashed, with lots of butter or bacon drippings and even then, not mushy.
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Jack Lindler
Greenville,SC, USA   usa

Google Rachel Ray - wife told me she had instructions on her show yesterday.
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John D Gonzales-Lusk
Los Lunas, NM, USA   usa

I'd like to google Rachael Ray.
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Ken Macomber
Bunk and Biscuit,, Alabama, USA   usa
1978 MG MGB

I just googled Rachael Ray, wasn't exciting as I thought it might be.



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Bob .
At, Large, Canada   can

I just oogled her too. While not a knockout, she certainly isn't tough or stringy. Looks rather tender.
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Ken Macomber
Bunk and Biscuit,, Alabama, USA   usa
1978 MG MGB

Southern corn pudding goes well with briskets.



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Jim Underwood
Pittsburgh, USA   usa
1972 MG MGB
1980 Triumph TR8 "Fabulous Trashwagon"
1999 Chevrolet Corvette "Darth Vader"
1999 Chevrolet S10 "Spare Change"
2003 Jaguar S-Type "Eleanor"

Rachael...not a fan but Laurie likes her. Seems to me she is always duping a bunch of leftovers in a pot like you're eating garbage.
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Jack Lindler
Greenville,SC, USA   usa

I'm with John on this one hot smiley
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Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ata

...damn glad I didn't ask about a rump roast.........
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Jim Underwood
Pittsburgh, USA   usa
1972 MG MGB
1980 Triumph TR8 "Fabulous Trashwagon"
1999 Chevrolet Corvette "Darth Vader"
1999 Chevrolet S10 "Spare Change"
2003 Jaguar S-Type "Eleanor"

Someone mentioned stringy. Wyatt, make sure you slice it across the grain or it will be really hard chewin.
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Mike Butts
DeWitt, Michigan, USA   usa
1980 MG MGB "Baby"

Low and slow over hickory, about 8 hours - fork tender and tasty smileys with beer



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