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Corned beef and cabage

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    Posted: 17 March 2018 at 12:42
March 17th.

Did I miss Tas famous Cornedbeef and Cabage recipe??????

Went to the local farm bar yesterday (worn blue jeans)  and had some..delicious.

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Guinness Corned Beef

4 pounds corned beef brisket
1 cup brown sugar
1 bottle Guinness Stout (Irish Reds are pretty good, too)
Pickling spices to taste (1 tablespoon suggested, but can be more)
1 tablespoon salt (can be omitted)
Black pepper to taste
1 onion, sliced into rings

Rinse corned beef brisket in cold water and pat dry. Place the brisket fat-side up in a crock pot, Dutch oven or roaster.

With a fork, mix the brown sugar thoroughly in a bowl with the salt and spices. If the corned beef brisket comes with a spice packet, add that to the mixture as well. Thoroughly coat the brisket all around with half of the brown sugar rub, then turn the brisket over and coat the other side. Lay the onion slices on top of the brisket, then, carefully pour in the beer around the edges.

Cook in crock pot (low) or oven (275 degrees) for several hours until brisket is done and tender; it will take some time for connective tissues (fat and collagen) to melt away. Brisket is done when it reaches an internal temperature of 180-185 degrees, or you can insert a fork easily with no resistance.

Let brisket rest for 10 minutes before carving across the grain and serving with boiled cabbage and vegetables and Irish soda bread.

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thanks Tikka.  but Tas always gives us mouth watering pics!


wife is coming home at 11: 50 pm tonight after 15 days away..she hates the stuff.  might just have to make some tomorrow.
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Got ya
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No pictures this year, but it was really darned good!
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