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and making this at home will save you a LOT of money over hitting the restaurants!
It’s popping up on sale pricing ($1.99-2.99/#)
to make the taste even better!
I still am not ready to go out for Corned Beef, but WILL make it at home (I shared the story last year). It really is VERY easy to do – if you have a crock pot!
Start with just your meat in the crock pot, on low, overnight. Let it cook and tenderize while you sleep – I guarantee you that you will wake up to a heavenly smell!
In the morning, remove the meat from the crock pot, but not the juice.Put your hard veggies in that juice first; carrots, potatoes, rutabagas, turnips, etc. Now top it with your cabbage wedgesNOW, put the meat back on top, with the fatty side down.Let it rip on low for a few more hours, until the veggies are tender and you will have a flavorful meal that melts in your mouth!
Make sure you save some corned beef to make home made corned beef hash (recipe coming)!
Mine is almost ready to eat…yum!