Irish comforts for St. Patrick's Day

Irish comforts for St. Patrick's Day

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yumm, my faves for this day are Colcannon, mash mixed with shredded savoy cabbage and beef in guiness YUMMM!
Tho' I know the purists will now sit up and say "whaaaaaaaaaaat to use guiness to cook with" but i can assure you it's a very yummy dish

keep up the good work Bron

Huggers from far away!!


Sylv — Sunday 19th March 2006 8:19 pm

Sounds like you had a very good - and traditional - St Patrick's Day dinner! Hope your day was a bit warmer than in Ireland, though. Grey skies and flutters of snowflakes meant that anyone trying to watch the parades got frozen. No fun...but it might have increased their appetites!

Caroline@Bibliocook — Monday 20th March 2006 9:42 am

Thanks for dropping by Sylv!

We had gloomy skies too Caroline, although not quite cold enough for snowflakes, thankfully! Hope you get some warmer weather soon.

bron — Monday 20th March 2006 4:49 pm

Yum, I love anything made with potaotes, think it is my Polish/Lithuanian peasant background comign out! And would you beleive have never ever tried corned beef, will have to fix that soon!

Ange — Wednesday 22nd March 2006 4:33 pm

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This Time Last Year - Irish Comforts! — Saturday 17th March 2007 9:16 am

bron- what you do is ...cook the brisket for a few hours first.give the nips an tatties an carrotts 10 to fifteen good simmerin minutes an then the cabbage mebbe 10 or so and stop the whole show.but you allways cook the veg at the end for minimal time.good flavor to you-eamonn

eamonn — Tuesday 18th March 2008 1:16 pm

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