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Where to find authentic Irish cuisine in KC & how to make corned beef

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If you're looking to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with traditional Irish cuisine, food and beverage journalist Dave Eckert has a list of local restaurants you need to know about. Check out the video above for the full list. If you're looking to stay in on St. Patrick's Day, you can also try the recipe below for smoked mustard coated corned beef.

Smoked, mustard coated corned beef

one corned beef brisket
One container Dijon mustard
Barbecue rub of choice

Preheat smoker to 250 degrees
Rub all sides of brisket with barbecue rub
Place brisket in smoker. Smoke for two hours, adjusting time up or down based on
brisket's size and desired amount of smoke.
Preheat oven to 250 degrees
Remove brisket from smoker. Generously rub Dijon mustard over brisket. Double
wrap brisket in foil Place on middle rack in over with a pizza pan underneath to
catch any liquid from brisket. Cook 3 hours or until kitchen is filled with the
brisket's aroma. Turn oven off, leaving brisket in oven until it cools. Remove
and slice for sandwiches or to be served on its own with cabbage and boiled red
potatoes and Irish Soda Bread.

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