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Answered: How to cook corned beef and cabbage can you cook corned beef in a toaster

saute corned beef with onion and garlic. add potatoes.. add water and let it boil. then, add cabbage.. taste with salt and pepper. serve hot. A Filipino's Nilagang Corned Beef.

Answered: How can I be sure the corn on the cob I buy at the ...

Pop a kernel with your thumbnail if the kernel looks good. It should rupture with a bit of pressure and a milky fluid will issue forth.

Answered: Is there multifunctional corn thresher that can peel skins same time

Of course they are. And such large companies such as http://agro-log.com/ have such machines. They grow corn, and clean it yourself.

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Answered: How do you cook corned beef?

Curtis Stone does not respond to questions asked on this site. There are many different ways to prepare corned beef (and sites with recipes). Here's a link to one of them: www.cornedbeefrecipe.net/
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In North America, the native Americans were making jerky long before y'all white folks dropped in for a visit. But drying meat at low heat for this purpose goes all the way back to the cavemen. Every country and culture has some kind of jerky. When humans took to the seas, pemmican was a staple of ...