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Brisket is made with a cut from the front of the cow, one of the toughest — and back in the shtetls of Eastern Europe, most inexpensive — cuts of meat. To tender it up, it's cooked for hours, whether with with savory herbs and vegetables or sweetened with some brown sugar or dried apricots instead. (Some people also swear by this ketchup + onion soup mix recipe.) However you like to cook your hunk of beef, make sure you give yourself plenty of time — it can take all day.
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Slow Cooker Beef Brisket
This oven brisket recipe is as easy as can be. Beef brisket is a tough but very flavorful cut of beef that requires low and slow cooking, making it ideal for a slow oven. Simply rub the brisket with spices, cook in a foil pouch, then broil to crisp up the fat cap. Easy and delicious!