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Brisket

  • Citrusy Brisket With Spring Lettuces

    This is a bright, zesty take on braised brisket, in which the meat is cooked with lemon and orange juice, along with plenty of onions and dry white wine. It makes for a lighter-tasting…

  • Brisket Barley Soup with Crispy Kale

    Making soup out of brisket has a major advantage over the usual braising: Because you are cooking the meat submerged in broth, it stays juicy. As it simmers, the brisket cubes soften enough so…

  • Brisket in Sweet-and-Sour Sauce

    Brisket is the Zelig of the kitchen. It takes on the character of whoever cooks it. In the early part of the 20th century, when ''The Settlement Cook Book'' reigned supreme in American Jewish…

  • Guinness Pie

    Beef in dark, silky gravy composed of fat and reduced stout, flecked with tender vegetables, covered in pastry: This is a dish that delivers good cheer and contentment in equal measure. We built it…

  • Brisket With Horseradish Gremolata

    This tender, deeply flavored brisket gets its character from two distinct sources. Searing the meat until dark brown gives the sauce a caramelized, intensely brawny taste, while a bracing garnish of fresh horseradish gremolata…

  • Chinese Chili

    This version of chili is more Shanghai than Southwest. Serve it with rice, Mexican black beans mixed with some Chinese fermented black beans and Chinese fried noodles.…

  • Slow-Smoked Brisket

    This brisket is pretty close to Nirvana for Texas barbecue fanatics who rely on backyard equipment. No smoker is needed, no mops or mesquite — just time and fire and a reliable thermometer. The…

  • Brisket Summer Rolls With Sriracha-Barbecue Mayonnaise

    With Vietnamese-American communities thriving in Texas cities, delicious mashups were inevitable, like this summer roll stuffed with glass noodles, fresh herbs and smoky barbecued beef instead of the traditional pristine shrimp. Dennis Ngo, a…