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Left-over Brisket Chili
Does the leftover meat bother you and you cannot use them in sandwiches? Try making some quick and fast forward chili recipe from the chef in this video. This recipe is made from the leftover brisket and is ready really fast. Watch the video to learn how to... - 115.469
Smoked Brisket Chili
I had some left-over brisket so I thought it would be good in chili, and it was. - 0
Basic Beef Stock
1. Place beef, shin of beef, marrowbones and veal knuckle in a large kettle; add water to cover, about 16 cups. Heat to boiling; skim off foam that appears on top. Add salt, carrots, onions, celery, turnip and leek; tie parsley, peppercorns, cloves and bay... - 37.3058
Classic New England Boiled Dinner
1 Slash fat edges of roast at 1-inch intervals.
2 Score fat on top and bottom of roast.
3 Place roast, fat-side down, in a floured roasting bag set in a deep 4-quart casserole.
4 Choose the size roasting bag and baking dish that allows the... - 40.4556
New England Boiled Dinner In Pressure Cooker
Remove the bag from the corned beef, and place on a rack in a small pressure cooker.
Add water, bay leaf and garlic.
Cover, and pressure-cook about 35 minutes.
Cool, and remove cover.
Add the whole vegetables, and replace the cover.
Continue cooking... - 38.9263
Boiled Dinner New England Style
Wash corned beef; put in kettle and cover with boiling water.
Add medium onion, bay leaf, garlic, and peppercorns.
Cover and simmer for 3 1/2 hours, or until meat is tender.
Meanwhile, cook beets separately and slip off skins.
Add potatoes, carrots, and small... - 41.9205
Spicy Pot Roast
Use a Dutch oven, deep-well cooker, roasting pan or any large, heavy, covered kettle.
Melt fat and brown roast thoroughly on all sides.
Turn with spatula, rather than fork, which would pierce meat and allow juices to escape.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Add... - 42.8626
Traditional Basic Bouillon
Put the bones in the bottom of a large saucepan; if used put the marrow into a piece of muslin and tie very tightly; add the pieces of meat tied tightly together, pour in cold water and heat.
When the liquid is about to boil, a grayish scum forms on the... - 37.9324