|Breakfast In Bed|
|Get your Irish on|
There were a few restaurants where we enjoyed their corned beef and cabbage. Like most holidays, I always enjoyed cooking and eating at home. Cooking at home always meant that we would have left-over's the next day, which almost always involved a Reuben sandwich, or corned beef on rye with Swiss cheese. In most cases there was still enough left over for corned beef hash.
|New England Boiled Dinner|
My wife had been cooking since the age of twelve and corned beef and cabbage was something that she made often. In her family it was called a "New England Boiled Dinner."
This year my daughter told me that a friend of hers made a corned beef brisket, using a recipe that uses Guinness Beer for the liquid. My daughter, who normally doesn't care for corned beef loved this version better than ours. The Guinness recipe was oven baked and I wanted to use a slow cooker so I combined both recipes and had a very delicious St. Pat's dinner. So grab a couple of recipes and get your Irish on.