|Specials good while supplies last|
If you're not in the mood to cook the Corned Beef, we have the Lunchmeat on sale as well for making Reuben sandwiches.
Also on sale are Ribeye Steaks, our Mild Italian Sausage (great on pizzas, Spaghetti, spicing up Meatloaf or grilling), and our Ring Liver Sausage (made the same way for the last 66 years). In addition to all of the "Meat" specials, we have the seafood specials as well. We have the ever-popular Fresh Wild Gulf Shrimp and Potato-crusted Cod. This week we also have Orange Roughy and Fresh Tilapia. Both a little milder fish that are great pan-fried or baked!
A great recipe for the Corned Beef is:
First of all, the great and different thing about the Brisket being "Corned" is that it's already seasoned, so you don't have to put much on for seasoning.
4# Corned Beef Brisket
1 Head Cabbage
Open white package near the pan you're going to cook the Corned Beef in so you can put the juices right in the pan so you don't lose the juice from the "corning" process. Put Corned Beef in pan and cover with Water until the Beef is covered. Add Cabbage and Carrots around the roast and cover with cut-up Onion. Bake in oven tightly covered for 5-6 hours at 275 degrees. Slice Corned Beef and put on plate with Carrots and Cabbage and enjoy!
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