How to Make Great Corned Beef and Cabbage!
In this video, I use my homemade corned beef to make corned beef and cabbage. A little FYI, while doing my research, I found out corned beef with cabbage is not a traditional St. Patricks Day meal in Ireland, it's an American tradition. As you'll see, corned beef with cabbage is not all that difficult to make other than it is time-consuming. Even my beginner cooks should be able to handle this one with store bought corned beef. I hope you enjoy the video!
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