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Old 03-15-2011, 03:38 PM   #21
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That's cool To me grilling is multi dimensional.
Either way, I think I'll end up smoking that corned beef that I get.

Use good quality paper and roll it tight.
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Old 03-15-2011, 03:43 PM   #22
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You mean like parchment paper?
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If I use already corned beef (ready to eat) do I just cook the cabbage to go with it? There's no way I'm going to cook a big chunk of meat for the two of us. Boar's Head is very good already prepared, even if it is expensive, $10.99 a pound.
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If I use already corned beef (ready to eat) do I just cook the cabbage to go with it? There's no way I'm going to cook a big chunk of meat for the two of us. Boar's Head is very good already prepared, even if it is expensive, $10.99 a pound.

If you're talking about deli corned beef that's sold sliced and meant for sandwiches, that would work. In addition to cabbage, a collection of root vegetables is usually included - carrots, potatoes, turnip, parsnip along with the cabbage.

And if a cabbage is too much for the two of you, go with Brussels sprouts.
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You mean like parchment paper?

Of course, what else could I mean?
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My town store has been having these softball sized heads of cabbage lately. Very nice when cooking for one or two. Of course, they usually keep pretty good tightly wrapped anyway.
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Old 03-15-2011, 04:54 PM   #27
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Grilled Corned Beef Brisket

LOL!

You are all so funny!

Ok! Whether it gets cook in foil or straight on the rack, growing up if you put anything into that thing outside, you were grilling..

Plus, when you use charcoal, it doesn't matter how much foil you wrap around the damn thing, it is still going to have that smokey flavor.. Did you ever get caught downwind of the smoke coming out of a grill, the smell doesn't diminish from your clothing unless the next wash..

Isn't personal opinion fun!
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now i'm hoping i get some corned beef and cabbage on thursday...unless someone wants to send me a piece?
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Old 03-15-2011, 07:27 PM   #29
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LOL!

You are all so funny!

Ok! Whether it gets cook in foil or straight on the rack, growing up if you put anything into that thing outside, you were grilling...

I can understand that point of view. As a matter of fact, I'm stoving some tomato sauce for dinner tonight.
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So, if grilling is anything done on the grill, what do you call it when you actually use just the grill?
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