Corned Bison with Cabbage

The history of corned beef is more complicated than one may think.  Here in American, we traditionally only think about corned beer around the middle of March when we are drinking green beer, wishing on lucky four-leaf clovers, and looking for sneaky leprechauns.  However, corned beef isn’t as much of an Irish tradition as we have made it for celebrating St Patrick’s Day.  Check out our even more Americanized version of this festive dish where we substitute in bison brisket!

Want to read more about the history of corned beef?  Check out FOOD & WINE's article The Complicated Irish History of Corned Beef.