And so, Blogathon begins…

Let’s see… I Got my Iced Coffee with cream and sugar… I got my avocado and cheese sandwiches… And I got that feeling… You know the feeling? That something charity-like is going down here… It’s time to begin Blogathon 2006!!! As you may or may not know, I’m blogging for the Aleph Institute! For those curious, they have a video you can watch to get an idea of what this charity does! So Sponsor Me! The Aleph Institute needs every penny they can get! As a reminder, all sponsors are entered in a drawing for several cook books I’ll give away, and sponsors in SoCal are entered in a drawing to either win all their shabbat meals, or a day’s worth of meals, cooked for them & their family! Not bad for doing a mitzvah by donating to a good cause!

Now, this first article is a nod towards my brisket article. I got quite a few e-mails of people asking me, if I hate how brisket is USUALLY cooked, then how do -I- cook it. Well, let’s look at my Sabbath brisket. I start this cooking at around 7-8 PM during the summer, so by the time lunch comes around you have a moist, tasty brisket that just melts in your mouth with every bite!

Brisket ala RK

4 pd. FROZEN brisket With the Fat Trimmed Away
2 cups dry Butter Beans
2 Sweet Onions, Diced
3 cups Beef Stock
1 cup Water
2 t Garlic Salt
1/4 t Freshly Ground Pepper
1/2 t Paprika

Set brisket into slow cooker and surround with beans & onions.

Pour in the beef stock and water, then stir in the other seasonings before cooking on LOW for 16 hours. Yes, you read right. 16 hours. The key is to allow the brisket to get NICE and moist while also letting it cook ALL thro Sabbath. In fact, you can even cook it for up to 24 hours, but 16 lets you have a hot & tasty roast right after temple Saturday Afternoon. Just slice and serve over the onions and butter beans. ^^ What, you don’t even slice meat during Shabbat!? Well, start it right before sundown, let it cook ALL thro the Sabbath, and then you have dinner ready for after the sun sets Saturday! Simple, easy, and enjoyable!

Well, let’s keep this rolling! 1 down, and only 47 posts to go! This is Renegade Kosher reminding you to eat your cereal with a fork, and do your blogathon sponsoring in the dark. Shalom and Good Cooking!

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July 29, 2006. Blogathon 2006, main courses, recipes.

One Comment

  1. Rickie replied:

    Welcome to the Blogathon! You’re going to be laughing at us so much when we’re about to drop and you’re just getting going. 🙂

    I’m looking forward to some nummy recipes coming up…

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