Brisket, 6 Different Ways for the Holidays

Last Updated December 19, 2016
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beef brisket

A cut of beef brisket comes from the lower chest, and is usually slathered in a spicy rub, brined, smoked, or slow roasted. It's a holiday staple but it also makes wonderful sandwiches, an addition to Asian noodle soup, and as the meat in a low-country boil. Ready to try something new with your brisket? Try one of these.

Temple Israel Brisket

Marcie Cohen Ferris
Marcie Cohen Ferris, author of two books, shares one of her family's favorite Hanukkah dishes. She now serves it with potatoes and carrots in the pan.

Beer-Braised Holiday Brisket With Prunes Over Creamy Grits

beer-braised brisket
On any given Jewish holiday, boring brisket is on the menu. Jews don’t feel like it’s an actual holiday without it. But why does it have to be the same every single time? I’m over the basic...

Nach Waxman's Brisket of Beef

Brisket of Beef
You don't have to have a reason to want to make a GREAT tasting brisket and this recipe may just be that reason.

Sweet and Savory Brisket

Sweet and Savory Brisket
Brisket is the perfect for to slow-braise with wine and apricots for a cozy autumn dinner.

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