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Old 03-08-2011, 01:49 PM   #1
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(raising my hand)

I gotta find a nice brisket in the next few days.


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Every year, it's a tradition.

In my house, corned beef is done for 24 hours in a crock pot. Potatoes, carrots, and cabbage added near the end. (oops, slurp, a gland just squirted).


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I gotta find a nice brisket in the next few days.
that sounds good, mind sharing your recipe?

 
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Old 03-08-2011, 02:03 PM   #4
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that sounds good, mind sharing your recipe?
I have always followed the directions on the brisket and they always turn out great. YMMV.

We will be eating our this year as is tradition.
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(raises hand)

I'll be brining two different briskets: one using the recipe out of "Charcuterie", and the other from the homebrewchef

http://www.homebrewchef.com/StoutCur...ndCabbage.html
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Making boiled dinner or corning your own brisket? There's a big difference.

We make boiled dinner more than just on St Patrick's Day and I've only brined a brisket for pastrami.


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I'll be brining two different briskets: one using the recipe out of "Charcuterie", and the other from the homebrewchef

http://www.homebrewchef.com/StoutCur...ndCabbage.html
That looks GOOD! Thanks for the link!
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Making boiled dinner or corning your own brisket? There's a big difference.

We make boiled dinner more than just on St Patrick's Day and I've only brined a brisket for pastrami.




That looks GOOD! Thanks for the link!
I've used several recipes from Sean. They're all solid.
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I was seriously considering it but then decided it wasn't worth it since I am the only one that would eat it.
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I meant "corning your own brisket"... c'mon guys... it's the meat curing forum!

Yeah, I'm doing the same and taking the recipe right out of Chacuterie (my new bible).

I'm at work and will try to post the recipe in the next day or so Strat... I have a HBC meeting today so I'll be running around like a mad man all night.
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I meant "corning your own brisket"... c'mon guys... it's the meat curing forum!

Yeah, I'm doing the same and taking the recipe right out of Chacuterie (my new bible).

I'm at work and will try to post the recipe in the next day or so Strat... I have a HBC meeting today so I'll be running around like a mad man all night.
Already posted in another thread. Here's the recipe:

Brine:
1 gal water
2 c kosher salt
1/2 c sugar
1 oz pink salt (insta-cure or equivalent)
3 garlic cloves minced
2 T Pickling spice

5# brisket
2 T pickling spice



Pickling Spice:
2 T Black Peppercorns - toasted, then cracked
2 T mustard seed - toasted, then cracked
2 T coriander seeds- toasted, then cracked
2 T red pepper flakes
2 T Allspice berries
1 T ground mace
2 small cinnamon sticks crushed or broken into pieces
24 bay leaves crumbled
2 T whole cloves
1 T ground ginger

Combine brine ingredients in a pot large enough to hold the brisket comfortably. Simmer, stirring until salt and sugar are dissolved. Cool then refrigerate until chilled.

Place brisket in brine, keeping it submerged, refrigerate 5 days.

remove brisket, thoroughly rinse

Place in large pot. cover w/ enough water to cover brisket

Add remaining 2 T pickling spice, boil, reduce heat to simmer ~ 3 hrs or until fork tender.


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