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Old 03-18-2017, 01:19 PM   #31
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But yesterday afternoon I had a Reuben Sandwich. That's what probably kicked-open the Corned Beef tradition on St. Patrick's Day.

And if my sister doesn't make Corned Beef tomorrow and has us at her house...I'll make it this week...as well as Pork and Sauerkraut and maybe Lasagna.
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Mom and I had leftover corned beef for lunch and it tasted great after yesterday and I had a corned beef sandwich and then corned beef by itself and how I had my sandwich is that I didn't buy my King's Hawaiian Rolls to use on my sandwich but instead I bought mini sandwich rolls called slider rolls and they were good. In fact next week I might check the grocery store to see if corned beef is on sale now that St. Patrick's Day is over. Irish cuisine is so nice to eat and is truly great tasting
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My sister made corned beef and cabbage...God it was good, I even brought a plate home!
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I'm glad you enjoyed your corned beef MrCleveland. Mom and I had three servings of corned beef after St. Patrick's Day and it's so great to have leftovers because I like it
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I'm glad you enjoyed your corned beef MrCleveland. Mom and I had three servings of corned beef after St. Patrick's Day and it's so great to have leftovers because I like it
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Interestingly enough (and I know im a bit late haha), most Irish do not eat corned beef on St. Patricks day (if they celebrate it at all). Typically an Irish st. pats dinner consists of different sausages, boiled potatoes and carrots, abd a latge chunk of lamb. Corned beef and cabbage is typically a North American tradition started by Irish immigrants in the late 1800s.
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This St. Patrick's Day i'm having corned beef again and Mom and I had some for dinner yesterday and it was delicious. I actually panicked that we were not gonna have corned beef for St. Patrick's Day but we finally got two packages. I couldn't find St. Patrick's Day dessert but my St. Patrick's Day dinner will be so great this year
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Corned beef and cabbage isn't "Traditional Irish Cuisine". Corned beef was used by Irish-American immigrants as a substitute for bacon or lamb.

The association of corned beef and cabbage with St. Patrick's Day is an American custom.
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Biggrin What should you do with your leftover Corned Beef?

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I had three servings of corned beef yesterday and our St. Patrick's Day dinner was so good we had corned beef and cabbage but I got lucky and had macaroni and cheese with my corned beef which is also a great sidedish to corned beef if you're not crazy about cabbage and for dessert I had green cupcakes
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