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Festive Flavors And Lean Ingredients Make This A Superb Dinner!
I have to be completely honest with you. I really love meat; whether it’s pork, beef or chicken, if it’s cooked to perfection it is something that makes my mouth water.
I do enjoy vegetables as well, and I always try to include them on every meal. This dish combines both and that’s why it is one of my favorite meals ever! The ingredients are rather simple and very lean, so you can enjoy your dinner without having to worry about your calorie intake!
I have a tip for all of you who like to keep an eye on how much you spend on food. These days when a bag of groceries seems to get more and more expensive all the time, it’s good to pay attention to when and what you’re buying. The root vegetables in this dish are great for the winter season; that’s when they are most inexpensive and they stay fresh for a long time. I also like to buy a large batch of meat whenever it’s on sale, then I divide and freeze it for later use.
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Quick Tip: Cooking times may vary, depending on the size of the brisket piece. Keep an eye on it and keep checking between 4 and 6 hours.