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    Letty Green

    Member since Dec 2001

    Chef #26674

    From BROOKSVILLE, Florida

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    Reviewed N. Y. C. Corned Beef and Cabbage

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    Wednesday, Dec 19, 2001 on Food.com
     |  (28 people found this helpful) |  86 Reviews  |  By Len
    LinMarie says:

    "I'm originally from New England, and, have a wee bit of Irish in me. My mother, who was German and English, fixed our corned beef and cabbage exactly the same way when she used store bought corned beef. However, the old English corned beef is soaked in brine. You can use any kind of beef, such as chuck, sirloin, or fresh brisket, not an expensi..."

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