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Happy saint Patrick's day
« on: 03/17/18 11:17PM »
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Re: Happy saint Patrick's day
« Reply #1 on: 03/18/18 03:16PM »
LOL!  Time for some corn beef and potatoes.

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Re: Happy saint Patrick's day
« Reply #2 on: 03/18/18 04:07PM »
Corned beef and cabbage is traditional.  :3:
I had 2 bites of corned beef at Costco that was good enough for me. Not a favorite of mine even once a year and I'm half Irish.
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Re: Happy saint Patrick's day
« Reply #3 on: 03/18/18 06:59PM »
Corned beef, back in the day, was a product of Ireland, but many of the Irish farmers who produced it were too poor to afford it.  It ws actually more popular with British civilians, and British and American armies and navies due to its long shelf life: https://www.seriouseats.com/2011/03/how-to-make-corned-beef-st-patricks-day-simmering-brisket-meat-the-food-lab.html

I'm more of a beef brisket fan myself...  :26:
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Re: Happy saint Patrick's day
« Reply #4 on: 03/18/18 08:34PM »
Iím not Irish but I was detained by customs in Dublin a few weeks ago. And that should count. My wife has us on a health plan. She made us vegan sauerkraut sausages. I washed it down with some Bushmills so that made it kind of better.
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Re: Happy saint Patrick's day
« Reply #5 on: 03/18/18 10:27PM »
I skipped the food...I was pretty drunk on Guiness by then LOLOL
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