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Old 11-05-2018, 03:15 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by RPCookin View Post
The question you asked was "How do you cook your corned beef?" That is the question I answered. I don't cook it in a slow cooker - I used to but I haven't for years. Most methods for a dutch oven will also work for a slow cooker, since the general process is the same.

I'm sorry that the thread didn't go where you wanted it to. That is the nature of threads on most forums... they sometimes wander off track then usually wander back. It's no different from a conversation among friends - in fact, that's exactly what it is. Once the thread is posted, it's out of the control of the original poster. I can't say that I always favor some of the replies I read here, but I just shrug them off. It's no reason to leave the forum.
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Old 11-05-2018, 05:10 PM   #32
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In answer to Got Garlic's question, the book I have is indeed the one where they do trials, assess the results, and then suggest what they think gives the desired result. Of course, I realise that people's palates are different. That could change everything!

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Old 11-06-2018, 10:00 AM   #33
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Originally Posted by Haydensgampa View Post
Thanks Bones. I said ladies because I replied to Kayelle's post. :)

I have eaten corned beef for a very long time. My mother always made it in a slow cooker and she cooked it all day long with potatoes, carrots, onions, celery, and cabbage. She NEVER covered the corned beef in liquid. I read a lot of people do cover it in liquid prior to cooking. I guess I will give it a try next time. My brother cooks his in the oven and he swears it's the moistest corned beef he has ever eaten. I haven't given his way a try yet either!

The oven method is also on the bag.
My mother always cooked it in the oven.

This cut needs to be braised and I'm not sure about a slow cooker.
But a pressure cooker sounds like a real good idea. I don't have one though.
Good luck. Just follow package directions and your corned beef will be great.
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Old 11-06-2018, 05:44 PM   #34
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I do my corned beef for 90 minutes in pressure cooker. About 1 pint/2 cups water. After 90 minutes remove beef and add potatoes and cabbage pressure cook 5 minutes. = tender beef and perfect veggies. I posted my Instant Pot corned beef recipe if your interested.

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