With school starting back and life getting busier than ever for most I decided to share this recipe with you. I actually made this back in March and had forgotten about it.
You see, I have a tendency to work ahead. I will create several recipes, 5-10 at a time, over the course of a weekend. I will photograph and jot down notes. Come Monday the drill is to create a draft for each recipe and then schedule those for the coming weeks sometimes months.
Confession time, I made the recipes, took photos, and even made drafts. For several of the recipes I did not 'jot down notes' about what I used and amounts. Why? Because I was arrogant and thought Oh yeah I got this. Well, I don't have it. I actually forgot them, the recipes and photos. Then I was scanning through photos to see what I could delete and what could be moved to the "done" folder. That's when I ran across several...okay maybe ten, photographs of recipes. Oh good land, what had I done?! I had created recipes, took pictures and made drafts but no notes. Some, like this was, I remembered but I do have to confess, there are two other recipes I have pictures for but have no idea what exactly was in them. I have a clue but no amounts, no exact items, no cooking time, etc... is it old age, getting ahead of myself, not paying attention, a cluttered mind, maybe a little of all of it? Whatever it is I'm sure you have had a chuckle and that's okay because if you're not over 50 honey your time will come. LOL
Back to school? Work schedule overload? How about a slow cooker meal that will please just about everyone.
Again, I'm sure there was a better photo somewhere but this one at least gives you an idea of how simple the recipe is.
Dump and go. Sounds lovely doesn't it?
Dump the ingredients in, go to work, school, practice, meeting, whatever, just go and when you come back, BAM dinner is served with just a few simple things left to do.
Into the slow cooker on HIGH for 6 hours, corned beef brisket, I purchased this one at Aldi (not a paid advertisement but I LOVE their products and prices)
A half jar with juice of the sliced pepper rings
Set it and go
When you're ready to eat, shred the meat and serve on a bun. This can be as simple as it gets or you can jazz it up with condiments, sauerkraut, mustard, slaw, pickles or whatever else you may fancy.