Absolutely great recipe. Corned beef went so fast I swear the platter never hit the table. Apples mixed in the cabbage is a nice touch, does make a difference. Did try a few changes. Used an oven bag instead of foil, and added apple juice instead of water to both the bag and the cabbage. When corned beef was done, I basted with a glaze (1/2 cup light karo syrup - or honey - and 2 tsp of prepared mustard), put under broiler for @ 2 minutes, rebaste and another 2 minutes, just until carmalized...be careful not to burn. Served with remaining glaze, a side dish of horseradish and a side of 1000 Island dressing. Oh, make sure you do a big brisket. Leftovers are just as good if not better, especially for Reuben sandwiches.
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Absolutely great recipe. Corned beef went so fast I swear the platter never hit the table....