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Old 03-17-2006, 03:07 PM   #41
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Cara, corned beef , is a brisket, usually comes with a seasoning packet. I just prepared one today for St. Patty's day in a slow cooker, used the season packet and a beer, added carrots, onions and potatoes. after 4hrs I added the cabbage, Its ready now

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Old 04-04-2006, 01:38 PM   #42
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If You Have A Clay Cooker This Is The Best Way I Have Ever
Had Cornbeef. I Add Small Whole Pealed Onions, Potatoes
Carrots And Cabbage. After Soaking The Clay Cooker
Add The Cornbeef And Veggies Around The Meat And The Wedges
Of Cabbage On The Top. Put In A Cold Oven Turn On To
350 And Begin Baking Once You Start To Smell The Wonderful
Aroma You Will Need To Baste Every 20 To 30 Mins.

Using The Clay Cooker Also Browns The Top Of The Cabbage.
Very Tasty.

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