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Old 03-17-2017, 03:10 PM   #31
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OK, Late Night Gourmet-- give it up. What does "I'm Rob Perini from the Clan Perini" refer to. I don't think it's from Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
I was a big fan of the movie The Highlander, where the lead character says several times, "I'm Duncan MacLeod from the Clan MacLeod". I worked with a man from Scotland at the time, and it amused him when I tapped into my heritage and said that "I'm Rob Perini from the Clan Perini". I'm not sure if he thought it was funnier to claim that someone with an Italian name would be somehow connected with Britain, or if it was because I tried to connect my Irish heritage with Scotland (some people do take differences like that quite seriously).

Now that I've typed that out, I realize it's a long way to go for a pretty lame joke.
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Old 03-18-2017, 01:25 AM   #32
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Thanks for that! I found 2 pressure cooker recipes that said to cook it for an hour, but it's certainly worth trying again for 90 minutes...especially since I bought a second brisket because the price was so good. My comment about Kroger was more about the cut of meat (thinking, maybe, that I needed to get a better quality cut from somewhere else). ;)
My regular go-to store is Kroger, and some of their meats are really good, but their brisket cuts are generally USDA "select," which is the lowest grade. I generally go elsewhere for brisket.

Kroger Simple Truth chicken, on the other hand, is awesome. Actually, overall, I find the Simple Truth products from Kroger to be top-shelf.

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Old 03-18-2017, 03:11 PM   #33
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My regular go-to store is Kroger, and some of their meats are really good, but their brisket cuts are generally USDA "select," which is the lowest grade. I generally go elsewhere for brisket.

Kroger Simple Truth chicken, on the other hand, is awesome. Actually, overall, I find the Simple Truth products from Kroger to be top-shelf.

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Thanks...this is good to know! I did put the brisket in the pressure cooker for another 30 minutes, and it was a lot better, but not deli quality. I hate when the food I make isn't as good as the pros. But, this time, I think it comes down to the ingredients. ;)
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Old 03-19-2017, 10:35 AM   #34
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Funny how a thread about "not corned beef and cabbage" ended up all about corned beef and cabbage

Anyway, here's an updated post on how to cook one in the pressure cooker in 60 minutes - with a video!

https://www.dadcooksdinner.com/time-...g-corned-beef/
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My husband had some Bushmill for Paddy's day and that was it.
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Old 03-20-2017, 07:57 AM   #36
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My husband had some Bushmill for Paddy's day and that was it.
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