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Corned Beef and Cabbage


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Rating: 3
by: Peter Reviewed: 03/17/2014
Corned BEEF isn't Irish; corned PORK is.
The recipe sounds delicious. But the Irish never made a habit of eating beef -- a cow was too valuable a source of milk. But pork -- that was a different story. So they ate cured pork (called "boiling bacon" nowadays). When the great immigrations of the 19th C happened, they couldn't afford the "pickled pork" in the USA, so they turned to corned beef, a.k.a. Bully Beef, as a cheap, available substitute.
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Rating: 5
by: Andrea, NV Reviewed: 03/16/2014
Awesome
I've made this dish for decades, almost exactly,except the cloves, which I'll try!I NEVER eat canned anything, or "prepared" food...so corn beef hash anytime of day, but of course! Believe me folks, it doesn't taste at all like the canned crap! I was at a VERY fine dining venue for al fresco brunch & my date ordered corned beef & cabbage on rye w/melted cheese...Oh my dear! I was a bit horrified, but when it arrived wow beautiful! So, have fun w/these ingredients!
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Rating: 5
by: Caren, MA Reviewed: 03/19/2012
This was a great recipe!
I used this recipe last week for St. Patrick's Day and I thought it was great. I saw that someone said that the potatoes turned dark but I did not experience any problems. I even brought some to work and I had to send my coworker the recipe too because she loved it so much. The meat was tender and flavorful and so were all of the vegetables. I will be making this recipe again.
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Rating: 5
by: melissa Reviewed: 03/19/2011
Easy to follow & delicious!
I used this recipe for my first time cooking corned beef and it came out great but I added more water to cook the beef & vegetables to make it more tender.My potatoes did'nt turn black like in the other reviews.
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Rating: 4
by: Captn Reviewed: 03/13/2010
Why Potatoes Turn Black
According to the Idaho Potato Growers: If the potatoes were stored too cold (<40 degrees F) then they can turn black. Could also have black bruising from being handled (dropped) when cold. If your potatoes turn black after they are boiled, you may be using an aluminum or reactive pot, so it's important to use a pot that's non-reactive. While cooling, iron in the potato combines with other natural compounds, causing a grey, black, or bluish purple color. To prevent this, after the potatoes are cooked and drained, stir in a small amount of lemon uice and keep them covered with a tight-fitting lid.
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Rating: 5
by: Mary Reviewed: 03/09/2010
Potatoes turn dark
I am sorry this isn't a review but I am wondering how many of you cooked this dish when the potatoes turned dark and wonder if you know how to resolve this issue....
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Rating: 5
by: jose Reviewed: 04/23/2009
delicious!
best i've had so far...
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