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Wow was this great. Prepared for my wife and Mom in law for Valentines, impressed even myself. I did not use the beer. I will put the onion in @ the 90 minute mark, for flavoring 3 hours is good for. Will definately make again. Thx for sharing such a great receipe.
I've made this the last two years, but I put it in the crockpot. I love it.
This is by far the best corned beef I've ever had! The recipe is written very well and needed no adjustment in my kitchen. My family loved it.
First off I should say that I am NOT a corned beef fan....until now! This recipe was fantastic. Made as directed and served with horseradish sauce from Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner for the Slow Cooker. Today for brunch we used the leftover corned beef to make hash with eggs! Thanks so much Dee!
This is SO close to the recipe I keep in my back pocket and use every year. I stuck my briskets in the crock pots (yes, multiple, we throw a big party every year) with your ingredients but I added beef stock to raise the amount of liquid because my briskets were 4.5 pounds a piece.
We enjoyed a super Corned Beef and Cabbage St. Patricks Day dinner last night thanks, in part to this wonderful recipe. I soaked the brisket for about 3 hours prior to cooking and I went ahead with the reduction of the broth. We did not find it salty at all. We might have had 10 servings of the veggies -- but the 4 of us ate all the corned beef!!!!! Thank you for a wonderful recipe.
I used to hate corned beef, but made it every year for the family - Now I love it too! So good, so easy, so tasty! The flavor is fantastic. Soaking the corned beef was very important. Mine usually comes out too salty, but not this time. The only change I made was to leave out the cabbage and fry it in a little butter in a skillet (yum!). Thanks for sharing!
This was sooooo good! Will be making this again! Thanks!
Excellent traditional recipe for spiced beef. I added thick slices of rutabaga and some parsnips. The aroma was so heavenly our neighbors came to call. Beautifully arranged on a platter with speckled bread and a pint and who could ask for anything more? Perfect!
This was great! More flavorful than my usual recipe and I will definitely use it again! I did add 1 tsp of black peppercorns rather than the ground pepper and also 1 tsp of whole mustard seed. The cabbage was also wonderful, and DH loved the carrots, though I thought they were a little bitter. Thanks!!!