My favorite corned beef with cabbage recipe, prepared in an 6-quart or 8-quart pressure cooker. I applaud Toula Patsalis, "The Pressure Cooker Cookbook", for this gem, to which I have added the pickling spices that usually come with a corned beef brisket. Try the sauce at least once to see if it heightens your enjoyment of this classic dish; it is also good with roast beef or roast pork. I cook the brisket a day ahead so 1) it can be served on a weeknight after work, 2) the fat will congeal on the liquid for easy removal, and 3) haven't you noticed that so many things taste better on the second day! By the way, did you know that Corned Beef & Cabbage originated in the Boston, Mass. area, not Ireland, because beef was too expensive in Ireland? Of course, the Irish soon adopted this variation from their Irish-American relatives. 3/13/14: made this in my 6-quart electric p.c. Couldn't fit everything in for the 2nd round, so cooked the vegetables in the juice under pressure, then removed the cabbage (to a casserole dish in a 200°F oven) and warmed up the corned beef with everything else on the browning setting. I chopped an extra green onion top for garnishing. "Now THIS is how corned beef and cabbage should taste!" declared DH.