I've reviewed a good number of recipes. Some, probably overly critically. Always in search of that depth of flavor that makes the dish really come alive.
"Grandma's Brisket" is, how can I say this? Fantastic. Buttery smooth. Melt in your mouth. Delicious. You don't even have to chew.
And who would want to? If you chew that means you have to swallow. That means the taste is gone and you have to eat....more.
It's almost indescribable. It's that good.
The only change I made, was to use a cooking bag for the first two hours and cut it open for the last hour.
The beef melts in your mouth. Soft. Chewy.
The carrots, infused with the beefy, onion, tomato flavor, are a meal unto themselves. They're that good.
The wet works, left over in the bottom of the pan, are liquid gold. There is no other way to describe it. Spoon them over the sliced meat and this is....perfect.
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I've reviewed a good number of recipes. Some, probably overly critically. Always in search of...