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Topic: old but thought id share - irish meal on st patricks day  (Read 1712 times)
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« on: April 05, 2008 07:57:30 PM »


<br>the steak was cooked in guinness with onions, carrots and mushrooms.. we also had cabbage with bacon and onions and potatoes.. and i finished it off with a guinness and soda bread.  that is one irish meal! Kiss
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« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2008 03:18:22 PM »

That looks really good! Smiley

Where were you when I was a kid??  My parents forced me to choke down corned beef and cabbage every St. Patrick's Day. *barf*
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« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2008 05:07:53 PM »

holy cow that looks delicious
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« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2008 10:10:42 AM »

That looks really good! Smiley

Where were you when I was a kid??  My parents forced me to choke down corned beef and cabbage every St. Patrick's Day. *barf*

Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd,if you know what the real deal is!
Then you'd know that corned beef isn't really Irish food at all--as immigrants to the US,bacon was hells-to-the-halls expensive for a large family who was making less than minimum wage.
Corned beef was a fattier piece of meat,lower quality,& usually is was the tough CORNED BEEF ROUNDS that got to the tables. As much with any other 'famine food' Irish fare(an Irish friend uses the term,& i'm quoting) slow cooking is your friend.

-to the original poster KatieKutthroat-- congrats darling,wtg on making damn good (more modern) Irish food!
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« Reply #4 on: April 08, 2008 12:35:07 PM »

That looks really good! Smiley

Where were you when I was a kid??  My parents forced me to choke down corned beef and cabbage every St. Patrick's Day. *barf*

it was amazing.. im like you... not much a fan of corned beef.. so i stayed away from that.. we did have cabbage, in a back with pototoes with bacon and onions.. it was yummy.
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« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2009 12:51:38 PM »

Mm. Just found this through the St Patrick's Day blog post! Looks great Cheesy
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