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For corned beef fans

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by hatchetjack, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack Western WA Active Member

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    PaulZ Oregon City Active Member

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    Faith and Begorra! A bit of cabbage and I am in heaven.
     
  3. sheepdip

    sheepdip Redland Well-Known Member

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    looks good, we have corned beef and cabbage on the menu for tomorrow.
     
  4. bruzer

    bruzer Grants Pass, OR Well-Known Member

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    Man Oh Man am I hungry!
    Mike
     
  5. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5 Western OR Well-Known Member

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    Roth's has it for $1.88/lb (point cuts) and Winco has it for $1.99/lb at the moment too!

    Stock up, and don't forget that when ya smoke it up with a good dose of black pepper, ya get pastrami!
     
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    hatchetjack Western WA Active Member

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    I'll have to try that. I'm making a Winco run tomorrow as it is.
     
  7. Toxic6

    Toxic6 Higher then a PDX hipster (~10,000 ft higher) Active Member

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    The last few times I have tried to cook corned beef it came out all rubbery - is that normal or did I get it too hot or what? I may have to try again, maybe a trip to town is in order.
     
  8. accessbob

    accessbob Molalla, OR 2A Supporter

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    Now that's some expensive stuff. :laugh: Oh, you meant $1.88/lb...
     
  9. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5 Western OR Well-Known Member

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    OOPS!
    Busted!
     
  10. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5 Western OR Well-Known Member

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    Maintain the moist heat by keeping it covered for most of the process, but make sure it's "low and slow."
    Most people quit too soon. They need at least 4 hours or so.

    Most are brisket after all.
     
  11. Bob D

    Bob D Oregon, Cascades Well-Known Member

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    The longer you cook it the better. Also, corned beef and cabbage on Saturday means corned beef hash Sunday morning! Mmmmmm.

    "Soon as this rain stops I'm gonna break out the smoker." (Says my Native Oregonian neighbor with a Traeger still in the box from 2008. Hah.)
     
  12. Toxic6

    Toxic6 Higher then a PDX hipster (~10,000 ft higher) Active Member

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    Carrots and water on bottom, corned beef brisket surrounded by cabbage and potatoes - with a couple cloves of garlic tossed in. Cooked it covered with tinfoil for 5-5 1/2 hours on 240 degrees in the oven. OMG that was awesome.............
     
  13. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5 Western OR Well-Known Member

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    Only one thing wrong with it that I can think of,...

    Ya didn't invite me!! ;)

    Glad it worked out though! :D