Beef Brisket French Onion

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2010/10/28 12:49:23 (permalink)

Beef Brisket French Onion

Again Provalone, Swiss cheese, alot of brisket and onions and broth, croutons in there also! Order up, limit 3 bowls per customer, sorry!


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    ALLGOOD
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/28 13:00:31 (permalink)
    YUMMY
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/28 17:46:23 (permalink)
    My heart just took an extra beat!
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/28 19:19:08 (permalink)
    A++++
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/28 20:37:32 (permalink)
    WOW
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/28 21:36:33 (permalink)
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/28 21:53:29 (permalink)
    Yeah....what he said.....WOW!!!
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/29 09:20:24 (permalink)
    Truly magnificent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/10/29 13:00:30 (permalink)
    Provalone, swiss, croutons ....... w/ brisket??? Not in Texas! Well maybe not till now. Neat idea! Looks great!!!
    Joe
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/11/06 19:04:28 (permalink)
    mmmmmm mmmmmm good.....  I love french onion soup!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/11/06 19:04:59 (permalink)
    OH and the brisket makes it off the chain......
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/11/06 19:55:51 (permalink)
    We just did a crockpot version  that uses Brisket (or Chuck Roast), Onion Soup Mix, 2 bottles of Dark Beer, a Beef Bullion Cube or two and about 8 hours on high in the pot. Near the end of the cooking time, shred the beef like you would pull pork for a BBQ, but leave it in the 'soup'.
    Instead of a soup bowl, we get some onion rolls or medium sized firm sub rolls, Put the Provolone Slice in the cut roll, and stuff it with the shredded tender beef.... Then dip it ala French Dip-style. Jan likes it with Kraut on the sandwich, I prefer the Kraut on the side.
    So there's more one can do with Onion Soup than drink it !!!!
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/11/07 07:09:17 (permalink)
    Come on Al-tell them about the pastrami ends from Usingers that you used in your recipe!!
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    mayor al
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    Re:Beef Brisket French Onion 2010/11/07 07:35:07 (permalink)
    In Wisconsin we did this recipe using chuck roast...When we did it this week at home we used chunks of Beef Brisket-Pastrami from the pieces we bought at Usingers last week ($2.00 a lb).  Both meats handled the beer-boil quite well. The Pastrami needed less bullion cubes to develope it's special flavor.
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