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 What is the history of corned beef and cabbage in Irish-American communities?

Answer It was brought over to the US by the early Irish immigrants and adapted to what was available.Corned Beef and Cabbage - More Jewish than Irish It's almost St. Patrick's Day, and for many that means... Read More »
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How to Make Corned Beef & Cabbage in a Slow Cooker?

Slow cooker meals come in handy, especially on busy days. Normally an entire meal can be made and served from the slow cooker. Cooking beef in a crock pot allows the meat to simmer, becoming tender... Read More »
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How do the irish make corned beef?

Corned beef has nothing to do with corn, and everything to do with a delicious, ancient way of preserving meat and preparing a unique dish. "Corned" refers to the small pellets (or corns) of salt u... Read More »
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How do i make corned beef out of roast beef?

Prepare the Corned BeefPlace the roast beef brisket on a cutting board.Cut away excess fat from the beef.Apply the Cure RubCombine 1/4 cup curing salt, 2 tbsp. brown sugar, 1 tbsp. black pepper, 1 ... Read More »
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How do i cut corned beef?

Place the cooked corned beef on a serving platter or cutting board. Note the pattern of grooves or lines in the meat. This is the grain and usually runs lengthwise along the meat; it will look simi... Read More »
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