Kathleen at Cuisine Kathleen is hosting a bit of the Irish food fest. So I decided to join in by offering this simple Corned Beef & Cabbage how to. I’m looking forward to cooking this up tomorrow for our meal tomorrow night! An early Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you!
When Irish eyes are smiling,
Sure, ’tis like the morn in Spring.
In the lilt of Irish laughter
You can hear the angels sing.
When Irish hearts are happy,
All the world seems bright and gay.
And when Irish eyes are smiling,
Sure, they steal your heart away.
I’m combining this post with Three or More Tuesday that Tam at The Gypsy’s Corner hosts each week. I think the regular clover qualifies for 3 and the three vegetables I include in the Corned Beef and Cabbage qualify, too!
I bought the flat cut corned beef brisket seasoned in a package with an extra spice packet enclosed. I covered the brisket with water and brought to a boil with a couple onions quartered. After it came to a boil, I lowered the flame to simmer and let it simmer for a couple of hours. I pulled the meat out and added the cabbage, potatoes, and carrots and simmered the veggies until they were done. Put the meat back in the pot till I was ready to serve it. It has always turned out great but I really do notice the difference between the flat cut and the cheaper cut…
Don’t forget to click over to Kathleen’s to see all all the celebration posts around… and don’t forget the Guinness!
Photobucket is holding all my photos I stored with them from 2007-2015 hostage unless I pay them a lot of money. I’m slowly cleaning up many posts from this time period and deleting their ugly grey and black boxes with a ransom request. Such a time consuming bother.
22 thoughts on “Corned Beef & Cabbage”
Perfect, Ellen! Thanks for coming to my first ever party!
And I agree about the cut..
Last year I poured a bottle of ginger ale in the pot…a man at the meat counter suggested it..
It was good!
Happy St. Patrick’s..Party on♣♣
Looks just like the dinner we cooked today…instead of tomorrow. Ours was very good, sure yours will be too. 🙂
GO GREEN (for Michigan State Basketball!!)
Oh my, but it does look tasty!
Oh I forgot to buy me Corned Beef while at the store today (I’m saying this with my best Scottish Broagh). But then Corned Beef is Irish isn’t it?
Yours look delicious as always. I hope you have a fun St. Paddy’s Day:)!
🙂 Cori G.
Great shots of the pub!
Everything looks delicious..love the photos of Guiness!!
Ellen, that looks so good! I love corned beef and cabbage, and I would really like a pint of Guiness about rignt now! It’s been a loooooooong day! LOL!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! The party is more fun with you as a part of it!
Nice post – Looks really good!
These all look so delicious!…Christine
Oh how I wish I had a big plate of your corned beef & veggies…
Happy St. Pat’s Day! 😉 Bo
Yummy,,I am so hungry this morn.This looks so good.Top of the mornin to ya.Happy St,Pattys’ Day…Ann
OMG this looks amazing!!!!
I almost forgot about the delicious spicy mustard and the sauce and kraut!!!!
Erin Go Brach!!!!
Thank so much for the ‘how to’. It looks wonderful. I love cabbage and I’m not even Irish 😉
Ellen, what a very yummy post! Do you have another seat at the table? Thanks for sharing the recipe. I’m making Corned beef today, too!
Happy St. Pat’s Day!
Looks good & I don’t even like corned beef & cabbage.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
just perfect not just for St.Patrick’s Day but also for ‘Three Or More’.
Yummm – it looks delicious!!! Can I come over for dinner???
Have a wonderful evening,
Your dinner looks so good and comforting. I love corned beef, cabbage and potatoes!
Yep that’s my stove in the header on my blog! I love my Wolf.
Beautiful photos and what a perfect post…
Nice to see you at Kathleen’s party. Hope you had a great St. Pat’s Day.
The corn beef looks delicious!
thank you for remembering Gator’s bday. that was awfully thoughtful!!