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Corned Beef Dinner on the ceramic

RumrunnerRumrunner Posts: 563
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Caution: for the color phobic, this meal has been cooked on another color ceramic. But, you can do it your Big Green EGG as well.
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.[p]I'll keep this thread updated through out the day as the cook progresses.[p]Here is a nice Mosey's 3 lb Corned Beef Flat, that I've taken the liberty of dusting with some black pepper, garlic and crushed bay leaves.
spcb1.jpg[p]I've cut up some red taters, onions and carrots (no cabbage, yecch, 'cept in Cole Slaw), rubbed with some evoo and then a very light sprinkling of sea salt
spcb2.jpg[p]I've seared the Corned Beef at 400°, direct for approx 7-8 minutes a side. A word of caution, that nasty corned beef fat STINKS when it's cooking hot ;)[p]spcb3.jpg[p]As soon as I pulled the flat off, I added the vegies for a quick sear.
spcb4.jpg[p]I've lowered the heat to approx 250-275° and cooking indirect on some fire bricks. I want to keep this at a simmer most of the day and will add the veggies later. The brisket is in a mix of Sam Adams Winter Lager and water, with some extra bay leaves and garlic.[p]spcb5.jpg

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