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Epicurean Kentuckian: Comment on kale and black-eyed peas
Writer will try corning own beef sometime - wants to be assured of humanely-raised/grass fed corned beef
Tami Wilson writes:
I'm hungry!! Sounds like a winner - reminds me of Hoppin' John. Your corned beef looked great- I'm going to try corning my own brisket sometime because I'm having a hard time finding a source for humanely-raised/grass-fed corned beef. --Tami WilsonComments re photo 48164 Epicurean Kentuckian Kale and BlackEyed Peas
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