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    Corned beef & Cabbage

    How many here are having corned beef & cabbage today?
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    Had ours yesterday. Wife couldn't wait any longer. After Her fiasco with the crock pot awhile back.
    So I boiled it for 4 hours, tossed potatos & carrots in the last hour and the cabbage the last 20 minutes.

    TENDER !

    She had a sandwich, I went with all the veggies and Perfect Tender Corned Beef.

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    I bought our briscut yesterday and this morning I put in the crockpot.
    My wife was a little upset because she always roast it in the oven and the meat was always a little chewy.
    I put on the table about 35 minutes ago and sliced the meat and she snidly commented that the meat wasn't done because it was red, really red.
    But, being the fantastic cook that I am, she had to admit that the corned beef was excellent. You could almost give it a dirty look and it would fall apart. And she said we'll have to make it in the crockpot from now on.
    I've been wanting to do it in the crockpot for years.
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    I got cabbage and a corned beef but today I made cabbage and "blackened" kielbasa, with jalapeno cornbread and buttermilk. This is white boy soul food if there ever was any!

    For cabbage I only made half a head, cut into two quarters, a small yellow onion coarsely chopped, salt, and a tablespoon of Better Than Bouillon roasted chicken flavor.

    I sliced Polish Kielbasa into 2" pieces cut longways in half, I browned them dark brown (hence the "blackened" description) in a cast iron skillet, this brings out a delicious caramelized flavor that you don't get until you dang near burn the kielbasa, then put this in the cabbage and boil it all together about an hour or ever how long you want to boil it.

    Serve it in a bowl with plenty of pot licquor to dip the cornbread in! (I had jalapenos that had went red and orange so they make a colorful addition to the cornbread).



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    Had mine yesterday. Crock pot brisket, carrots new potatoes, and cabbage.
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    DougGuy,
    Kapusta, kabasi and corn bread?
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    Wifey made it Sunday, we had plans on attending a St. Pat's get together as a local bar/bowling alley, yesterday. Was canceled due to the virus.

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    We had it yesterday. I love that stuff.
    Now we half to try and catch them on sale and make pastrami in the smoker. Very yummy

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    I wait and buy he on sale corned beef LOL

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    had mine yesterday cooked in a cast iron pot on top of the stove true IRISH way, be-4 crock pots were invented flat or pointed cut doesn't matter, carrots spuds and yes a head of cabbage cut into quarters. boil for 3 hours than take it out then put the vegetables in till done, VIOLA!!

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    We did ours on Saturday since the kids were planning to join us....but...they fell ill. We cooked it up and took them some...then we ate our portion alone. It was still nice...I enjoy my wife's company.

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    bout 10 years ago, my daughter and son-in-law went to a Dinner at a friends for St. Patrick's Day. I agreed to pick up my grand daughter and take her home after an hour. I was sent home with a huge plate of dinner which soon disappeared. "More meat for for my mouf, Papa" as my plate was devoured. 10 years later, that is my favorite St. Patrick's day memory.
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