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daddy in a strange land

For corned beef, what's your opinion on flat-cut vs. point-cut brisket? (Or even the non-brisket-at-all option of a round? TJs here has a Niman Ranch corned beef round, but the sample was dry and just not the right texture 'cause I've always had brisket.)

CityMama

I prefer brisket, too. Round is just too..um...pot-roasty. Not sure on the difference between the flat-cut v. point-cut. I bought a flat one this year just because it's what my butcher happened to have. (He cut me a 6 lb piece off of a 12 lb piece and it just happened to be from the flatter end.)

daddy in a strange land

Quick timing question--my package directions say 60 min. per pound, you suggest 2-3 hours, and I know you have a six-pounder. I have one a little over 4. So, four hours, or 2-3? Thanks! (I've done this many a times, I just always forget what I did before. I probably end up calling my parents, is what happens.)

CityMama

Daddy--I would go with the package direction but check at the 2 hr mark and then every 30 mins or so after that. You don't want it to shred apart.

greensunflower

My grocery was out of turnips. So I got rutabagas. They look similar. Hope that works out OK. It is boiling right now. Your post inspired me to cook for this day and have company.

Thanks

Jules

Yeah. This rocks. Tim's mom made this for us yesterday and it was really really good. I don't even eat red meat and I had a piece because it smelled too good to pass up. Oh- and I never knew I liked turnips. Des even ate the carrots! Thanks!

Alisyn

Yesterday was my first time cooking corned beef and cabbage (I had my MIL around to help me, in case of any SNAFUs), and it turned out *so* nicely. This is truly a fool-proof recipe, and just de-lish.

This is the third CityMama recipe I've tried (the first two being veggie-cheese chowder and spaghetti w/ tomatoes and butter), and the third to knock my socks off. Hats off to you, S.!

:)

Dorothy

Cook your corned beef round...less fatty and better texture than brisket it the pressure cooker. In about an hour a 5-6 lb corned beef will be done to perfection. Potatoes of course will have to be done in different pot; but when meat is done, remove form pressure cooker and add one or two heads of cabbage quartered...3min in pressure cooker and you are ready to serve! From an Irish Lass who serves cornedbeef several times every year..everyone loves it.

shannon

i don't have a heavy bottomed pot to do this on the stove...what would you do for the oven?
thanks!

Wentzeldk

Just tweeted the following on Twitter. This the second time I am using your recipe just before Christmas. Last year was a great success! Thank you! My tweet!
"Preparing corned beef (also called pickled beef in S Africa) & cabbage! Using my favorite recipe: http://bit.ly/77AZez"
You can follow me @wentzeldk if you wish to!
Thank you once again!~Daniel K

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~M

try rubbing the beef with honey and a good mustard after its been boiled and rested. Throw it on the BBQ for 5 minutes per side or even longer for a dark smokey flavor.

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