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Old 01-06-2016, 11:46 AM   #11
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Like my mother and most New Englanders I had always simmered my brisket. Then one day while on vacation at a friends summer cottage, there was going to be a big crowd for supper. I bought the biggest brisket the store had. She did not have a pan big enough at the cottage for it. So I got the roaster and put it in the oven on 250F. in the late morning. So little shrinkage. So much flavor. I will never again put a brisket in water. Next time I will use your recipe with the tomato paste though. Along with the onions. Any idea how brisket cooks in a slow cooker? Can I get the same results as in the oven?
I am sure a slow cooker would work just as good. The tomato paste and onions really did help and the onions were perfect with the brisket.
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That looks really yummy. Do you think this would work if the brisket was corned?
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Old 01-09-2016, 08:08 PM   #13
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Addie, I think you're referring to a corned beef brisket. Not the same thing that powerplant is talking about. I've never heard of boiling a beef brisket, unless it was corned beef.

Speaking of which, several years ago I quit simmering corned beef brisket on the stovetop, and now I either slow roast them in the Nesco or in the oven. I think they're a LOT more flavorful that way than immersing them in water. JMHO.
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Addie, I think you're referring to a corned beef brisket. Not the same thing that powerplant is talking about. I've never heard of boiling a beef brisket, unless it was corned beef.

Speaking of which, several years ago I quit simmering corned beef brisket on the stovetop, and now I either slow roast them in the Nesco or in the oven. I think they're a LOT more flavorful that way than immersing them in water. JMHO.
I don't know... Boiled beef is a fairly common dish in New England, as it is in Old England Not my favorite way to prepare it, for sure.
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Thanks GG, I didn't know that. I don't imagine that wouldn't be a fave of mine either, especially a spendy cut like brisket.
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I don't know... Boiled beef is a fairly common dish in New England, as it is in Old England Not my favorite way to prepare it, for sure.
Boiled CORNED BEEF as part of a New England boiled dinner is a fairly common dish. It can be delicious. I'm not aware of any other boiled beef recipes around here.
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Tender Oven Cooked Brisket

My Canadian mom would make what she called a New England boiled dinner. I would make myself a peanut butter sandwich. Did not care for NEBD at all. It was far from delicious.
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Boiled CORNED BEEF as part of a New England boiled dinner is a fairly common dish. It can be delicious. I'm not aware of any other boiled beef recipes around here.
You're right - it is corned beef. I don't know what I was thinking. Still not one of my favorites
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You're right - it is corned beef. I don't know what I was thinking. Still not one of my favorites
What's even better are the corned beef sandwiches and hash.
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I don't know... Boiled beef is a fairly common dish in New England, as it is in Old England Not my favorite way to prepare it, for sure.
I thought you were referring to another beef dish other than NE corned beef dinner.
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