CORNED BEEF SOUP
1 4-to-5 pound ready-to-cook corned beef brisket
6 russet potatoes
3 large carrots
1 large white onion
1/2 head cabbage
At the crock pot’s low setting, the brisket can take 10-to-14 hours to become tender. The high setting will cut this time by about half.
Put ready-to-cook corned beef brisket in crock pot. Add water to crock pot until it covers the brisket. You may need to cut the brisket into smaller pieces depending on the size of your crock pot. Cook for 10-to-14, possibly overnight, or until brisket is tender.
Clean potatoes and carrots. Cut potatoes carrots, onions, and cabbages in slices no thicker than 1/2″ inch and add them to the crock pot. and vegetables. Add as much water as your crock pot will allow. Cook on low setting for about 2 hours or until vegetables are tender.
If you do not have enough water to make soup, boil more water in a separate pot. Combine ingredients from crock pot with hot water from pot in soup bowl. Alternatively, put leftovers from corned-beef meal in large soup. Add water to achieve desired thickness. Cook on high heat until soup boils then turn off heat. Stir occasionally. If people have been asking for 14 hours, “Is it ready, yet?” you can now say yes. Resist the temptation to clock them. You are a gracious host.
1) This recipe uses lots of water.
2) Water is good for you. Your body needs it to live. You can go maybe three days without drinking water.
3) Water is also used for showering. You can go indefinitely without showering.
4) I wouldn’t recommend it though. You’ll probably lose your job and all future invitations to neighborhood weenie roasts.
5) And who could live without a weenie roast, especially since the invention of veggie hot dogs?
6) Don’t forget the therapeutic value of showers. Shower spray pounding on one’s shoulders washes away one’s tension and anger.
7) If you don’t release your tension and anger, you’re much more likely to bump someone off.
8) Water. Good for your body. Good for your outlook. Good for your criminal record.
– Chef Paul
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