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Consider making brisket for Friday night dinner and using the leftovers Sunday for a perfect Super Bowl snack. Many supermarkets carry slider buns — and if you can find little brioche or potato rolls, all the better.
It’s 8 a.m. and dinner is ready! Oh poor you, you worked so hard! Nah … you slept like a baby knowing that dinner was cooking itself while you slumbered. Low oven temp and a long slow cook session ensures that this brisket is tender and not dried out. Be sure to use a whole brisket with fat on it, or a second-cut brisket (also known as the deckel). This will guarantee a moist, juicy, and savory end result. A first cut brisket will just be stringy.
This year, just to keep us on our toes, Rosh Hashanah plunks itself down right in the middle of the week. But that should in no way deter the busy brisket maker! Having authored “The Brisket Book: A Love Story With Recipes,” I know how ridiculously easy it can be to make a perfectly perfect brisket. (Full disclosure: I burned a brisket for the first time EVER last week. How did I know that my new evil oven had set itself to about 500 degrees when the dial said 350? Oy.)
Are you the kind of person who insists on matching the polish on your fingernails to your toenails? Does the idea of print mixing stress you out? Do you ascribe to arcane style rules like matching your bag to your shoe?