Saturday, January 28, 2006

Recipe for Corned Beef with Veggies and Horseradish

I updated this recipe first in 2007 when you could not move a post forward without breaking the link, and then again in 2010.  I'm leaving this page here in case someone has it bookmarked.  Click the link to see a new version of this recipe with a much better photo, updated for St. Patrick's Day, 2010.)
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13 comments:

  1. Hi Kalyn, just mailed you the link for WHB....happy weekend!

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  2. Whoa -- didn't you just do Sugar High (Low) Friday too???

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  3. Wonderful, Kalyn!

    That is definitely what I call comfort food!

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  5. Hi kalyn. I finished the 4x8 meme you tagged me for :-)

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  6. Kalyn, I always wondered WHY it's called corned beef??? Teach me please!!

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  7. Squeezed in WHB in between Chinese New Year posts - phew! Have emailed you.

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  8. Hi Kalyn, just like you, i have to admit that i rarely use cookbooks for the recipes. I buy them cos i love looking at the photos!!! LOL.

    Btw, WHB:17 contribution is now posted and the recipe too. Thanks.

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  9. Ilva, "corning" is a form of curing. It has nothing to do with corn.

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  10. Thank you for partcipating! The round up can be found here:
    http://somethingsoclever.typepad.com/weekend_cookbook_challeng/2006/02/wcc2_roundup_.html

    :o) ~Alicat

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  11. I made this yesterday for St. Patrick's Day and it came out wonderfully. I used two corned beef briskets, one 2 and one 2.5 lbs, that came with their own spice packet, so I just used that. It took a little longer than I expected to cook the veggies, simply because I could barely squeeze them all in my crockpot, but they tasted great and weren't all mushy.

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  12. Zoe, so happy to hear it turned out well for you. I like to keep the veggies a bit crisp too, especially the carrots with a little crunch left. I cooked it myself yesterday, and I'm going to eat some today.

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  13. Cool fun. Like me. Thanks.
    I like to cook very at home. Greetings from Poland.

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