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Corned Beef and Cabbage

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and a time honored tradition for most is to make corned beef and cabbage for dinner. To be honest I never really was a fan of corned beef, but now looking back I think it was more of how it was prepared than the actual meal itself. This recipe really changed my mind and it is now a household favorite.


Corned Beef  (If it available always buy the point cut, it has more fat and won’t dry out)

6 Red Potatoes

1 Head of Cabbage

Garlic Salt


Whole Grain Mustard ( I used a garlic flavored whole grain mustard for this one)

1/3 a cup of unsalted butter


Remove your corned beef and place into a disposable half pan. Coat your corned beef using a few tablespoons of mustard.  If you are not a fan of salt you should first rinse your corned beef under cold running water. Next, place your corned beef in the smoker for 1 hour at 220f. corned beefDuring this time cut your potato in half and after the first hour place the cut potatoes along the edges of the pan seasoning with garlic salt and pepper. Return to smoker for another hour, turning the smoker up to 250f. The next step is to quarter the cabbage and remove the core and stem. You will also need to melt the butter in the microwave, adding 1 tablespoon of mustard and 1 teaspoon of garlic salt to it. Then Add the cabbage to the pan with the core side facing up to act like bowls, and drizzle them with the melted butter/mustard mix. Cover tightly with foil. IMG_3123Turn your Smoker up to 280f and continue to cook until the internal temperature of the meat hits 205f approximately 2 hours, remove foil cover and continue to cook for 15 min. Slice and enjoy!


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