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Default Corned beef and cabbage

Day late for S.T. Patty’s day , but shore was good.

little lady knows how to cook it.
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Haha. Last night we had steamed cabbage, sausages, and mashed potaters.
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Boil the hell out of it, throw some potatoes and cabbage in the liquid until they get mushy. Serve in a bowl all mashed up. I'm having leftovers tonight, even better the second day
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We put ours off yesterday and just finished up an hour or two ago...

That's a meal I can eat all thru the year...
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Gotta have white sauce with it

make fritters with left overs 👍
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After the second meal, the wife will cook down some carrots, mix the cabbage and potatoes with them, smash them and pan fry them, serving that with what is left of the corned beef...
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I'm of English / Italian decent and thought it was odd when my wife made corn beef and cabbage for dinner last night.

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Had it tonight

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My daughter cooked our's today. Oh man...was it good!!
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Originally Posted by triumphrick View Post
After the second meal, the wife will cook down some carrots, mix the cabbage and potatoes with them, smash them and pan fry them, serving that with what is left of the corned beef...
Yep. Always buy three or four extra at 3.99/lb.
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Yeah so last night my wife (Irish) was lamenting to me (Scottish/English) that it was St Patty's day and not only did we not have Guinness, but we didn't have any traditional Irish food either.

I played along until I was done fixing supper and gave her her plate of mashed taters, boiled cabbage, and sausages. I thought ahead whilst at the grocery store. I was rewarded.


It was ok that I used Duck Rabbit as a stand in for the real elixir.

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Originally Posted by FishnDive View Post
Boil the hell out of it, throw some potatoes and cabbage in the liquid until they get mushy. Serve in a bowl all mashed up. I'm having leftovers tonight, even better the second day
Can't say that sounds all that great, doesn't make sense to get perfectly good food and boil it until it gets mushy.
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Can't say that sounds all that great, doesn't make sense to get perfectly good food and boil it until it gets mushy.
It's very difficult to make mashed potatoes unless they're mushy.

Also collards need to be boiled for hours.
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Even though I'm mostly Irish....in heritage, I'm not a fan of most northern Euro food..especially just "boiled in water meals".

I like adding some flavor to it, this years dish, I smashed some fresh garlic cloves....put a 1/4" of olive oil in the big pasta pot..tossed in the cloves...simmered for a minute or so...and then put in 1x slab of corned beef at a time. Flip after two minutes...searing each side a bit. I had a big brisket cut and a thicker point cut.

I then put both cuts in the pot...and covered with organic beef bone broth...and very low simmered for 2 hours. With the spice packs they came with.

Cut a head of cabbage into 8x wedges...after the above 2 hours of low simmer...put the cabbage wedges in....topped with more water to cover the cabbage
Quartered a head of celery, half dozen potatoes, 2 large onions, bag of carrots...and put those in for the last hour 'n a half...
A tad before ready to serve...1/2 a stick of farm made butter tossed in the pot..which would "coat" food as you ladled it out.

Came out "not as bland as usuall"...which made me happy. The beef sliced like butter.
After slicing it up...ladled some of the leftover broth over on top.
Fresh cracked celtic sea salt, and pepper, over the top of the veggies.

Serve with really strong mustard like Koskiosco stone ground.
And a lot of whiskey.
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Slow cooker corned beef and cabbage is the best.
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I hate it, I think my wife is cooking it today. I even hate the smell of it cooking
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I made mine in an instapot using beer, minced garlic, a quartered onion, the seasoning packet.
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i've got 5lbs brining right now, should be ready in a couple days. corned beef with some homemade polish sausage mmmmmm
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I like it in my instant pot. I don't mess with the cabbage - too pungent
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WHAT, No invite..sheez

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