When you want an authentically Jewish brisket recipe, (not barbecue brisket, or pulled brisket, just you the familiar brisket found on Hanukkah, Passover, and Rosh Hashanah tables), you’ll probably need to call a mom, or grandma or aunt. If you want a different variation, visit Food and Wine.
When you unwrap the pan, you slice against the grain. You can let it cool completely and remove the fat, or you can go authentic, and keep the fat on. It’s a holiday, its going to be okay. Enjoy the sauce, the carrots will be full of a sweet and tangy flavor and the meat will be very tender.