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May 20, 2010


Awesome photo. You had me at "slow cooking", until I realized you were talking about time... and not "cooking for slow people"...

Ahhh, I was wondering when that brisket was going to show up. Now I'm thinking the one in my freezer may go the same way. We've got a birthday party later this month and so far the menu looks like a carnivore's dream. I call it empty out the freezer before summer!

Oh heavens. I can't decide what I want more - that brisket, or that porter! (I love dark, dark beers.)

How do you "remove the top"?

Mmm, sounds so good, and I completely agree with you about the lack of beautiful local cookbooks. I would suggest, if you don't have it already, Cooking with Shelburne Farms. The farm is based in Vermont, but many of the recipes contain ingredients that are Massachusetts friendly and can be found locally here!

SO early in the morning.... and now you've got me wanting brisket. How am I going to solve this one?

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