I work for a fabulous organization-Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies and with an amazing group of people. Before the Jewish holidays we always discuss our various menues. Three of us planned to cook brisket for Rosh Hashana and each of us claimed that our brisket was the best. After the holiday we shared notes and of course each brisket came out soft and delicious. I would say that each of these recipes is a winner so go ahead and try them all:
Donna’s Brisket (From Joan Nathan)
Donna may sit quietly and work all day, but once she gets home she is a wiz in the kitchen and there is nothing accidental about her skills. This recipe from Joan Nathan is her tried and true one for brisket.
Emma is new to the office but it didnt take her long to join the club and the office banter. Emma’s favorite brisket recipe comes from Jamie Geller’s Joy of Kosher-great choice for a young mother.
My tried and true recipe
I am a big fan of Susie Fishbein especially her first cookbook-|The Kosher Pallette-and here it is: