Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Solar St. Patrick's Day

One thing I like about holidays is that there is generally some kind of traditional food associated with them. That makes it easy do decide what to cook in the Sun Oven. Unfortunately, I'm not crazy about many of those foods. Corned beef is no exception. Luckily it's only once a year and I'm sure there will be plenty of other things to eat at my cousin's place. She invited us over, in fact, she even supplied the corned beef. For some unknown reason she had it in her car when she was here on Sunday. I know I'll be tired when we get home so I'm updating my blog early.

I pretty much followed the instructions on the package for roasting it. I know, not very creative. All I did was take it out of the plastic, put it in a covered black roasting pan, sprinkle the seasoning package over it, and put it in the Sun Oven. I didn't bother wrapping it in foil as the instructions stated. If I make another one next year, and I probably will - I'm a sucker for tradition - I'll try to remember to put it fat side up. The top layer looks a little dry.

1 comment:

  1. But, how did it taste? That's the important thing.