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Old 11-15-2012, 05:11 PM   #1
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I like to cut it up into cubes and boil it for about 3 hours
I will then add diced turnip, potato and carrots along with shredded cabbage and will season it with salt and pepper. this is served as a soup.
the other favorite way is to roast it and then its slice it thinly and make Rueben sandwiches.
what other ways do people like to do theirs?

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Old 11-15-2012, 05:16 PM   #2
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Give it a nice peppery dry rub and cook it on the smoker to make pastrami.

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I've done it in a pot, boiled with cabbage, potatoes, carrots, with a few (or more) cloves of garlic (smashed) for a boiled dinner. Wouldn't want it as a soup.
I've also done beer braised in a good sized dutch oven, inside the oven (yeah, who would have thunk it)...
I've also made it JUST for making sandwiches (Reuben's especially). I still add the garlic to the pot from the start.
If you smoke it, it's essentially pastrami.

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Oh I usually make a very delicious corned beef hash with leftovers.

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As a soup it actually makes a nice broth. it is a very thick soup though

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Now I need to get a brisket to cook over the weekend...

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mmmmMMMMMm Pastrami! and good swiss on thick dark rye with a good spicy german mustard!

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Overnight it on low in a crock-pot, in the morning put on medium and add fingerling potatoes, cabbage, and carrots. Ready at lunch time where I eat it like a steak with veggies on the side. Leftovers are used to make sandwiches.

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