Best Corned Beef Brisket with Potatoes and Cabbage 2 Ways

Best Corned Beef Brisket with Potatoes and Cabbage

The corned beef can be tossed together with this side or served separate. Either way you’ll crave it day and night. When you buy a corned beef, you may find a packet of premeasured spices to use when you cook it. You can use this or use what I’ve suggested. Don’t use both. Still use …

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A Tribute to Irish Americans: Explaining Our Traditions

A Tribute to Irish Americans

Saint Patrick’s Day is an interesting holiday. It is one I have enjoyed celebrating my entire life. I am 25 percent Irish and over the years, I remember my mother repeating many Irish phrases. One of them stands out among the others. “There are two types of people in this world. Those who are Irish …

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Lucky Charms St. Patrick’s Day Party Snack Idea

Lucky Charms St. Patricks Day Party Snack Idea

Here is a fun snack idea for a classroom St. Patrick’s Day party. The recipe is very simple, using only 4 ingredients, and no added green food-coloring. It takes an already sweet cereal and makes it even sweeter. To top that, it gets sprinkled with gold-colored sprinkles. Ingredients: 6 cups Lucky Charms Cereal, without marshmallows …

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Make Traditional Irish Meatcakes on St. Patrick’s Day

Traditional Irish Meatcakes

Original Irish Ingredients During the Great Famine or “An Gorta Mor” (1845-1852) much of Ireland’s healthy livestock perished. In fact, due to starvation and immigration, the population of Ireland itself dropped from 10 million in 1840 to 5 million in 1880! When families did have access to good meat, they needed to make it “go …

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