|Cakes and Ale|
|by Edward Spencer|
Edward Spencer's 1913 "Cakes and Ale" is a collection of food essays interpersed with recipes and recollections of meals.
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Results 1 - 7 of 7 for brisket ginger ale
Combine onion soup mix with ginger ale and ketchup. Place brisket in a heavy ... water or beef broth. This may also be cooked in a gas grill or barbecue.
Trim brisket as much as ... soup, catsup and ginger ale in large roasting ... Excellent with horseradish and mayonnaise on a toasted roll. Yield: 6 servings.
Cook in casserole dish or roaster, covered, at 300 degrees for 8 hours. Turn and stir every hour or two. Cook whole - do not cut up. Cook until most ...
In a 8-quart ... flame heat beef brisket, onion, garlic, ... white wine or ginger ale, green onions, ... grill; however, the grill yields the best flavor.
To braise brisket, line a ... with foil. Pour ginger ale in bottom of ... 375°F and bake for about 45 minutes until carmalized. Slice thin and serve.
Mix all together and turn brisket to coat. Bring ... 2-3 hours until beef is tender. Remove and slice thin. Return beef to sauce. Can be served over rice.
Rub brisket with salt and ... but keep in position. Mix sauce well and pour over meat. Bake at 275 degrees for 2 hours. Separate slice to sauce penetrates.
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