Happy St Patrick's Day - what are you cooking?

Discussion in 'Holidays, Celebrations and Traditions' started by morning glory, Mar 16, 2019 at 9:08 PM.

  1. morning glory

    morning glory Obsessive cook Staff Member

    Happy St Patrick's day! Will you be celebrating with any special food or drink? Guinness is very good for you, I believe...
     
  2. Karen W

    Karen W Senior Member

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    Happy St. Patrick's Day :)

    Having some health issues, but wanted to share some inspirational ideas. Beautiful tablescapes, recipes, and a little magical.

    https://homeiswheretheboatis.net/2019/03/11/eat-drink-and-be-irish-st-patricks-day-round-up-2/

    https://homeiswheretheboatis.net/2013/02/25/for-the-love-of-the-irish-giveaway/
     
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  3. rascal

    rascal Senior Member

    Just another day here. Indian cooking tonight.

    Russ
     
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  4. epicuric

    epicuric Über Member Staff Member

    Location:
    Shropshire, UK
    Given the excellent result at the Six Nations yesterday I would celebrate it with some Welsh lamb, if I hadn't already bought English pork shoulder.:)
     
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  5. Barbarian57

    Barbarian57 New Member

    Location:
    South Carolina
    Even though I'm not Irish my family has usually had corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick's Day. We love it, and March is when it was always available in the stores. This year I didn't think to buy any, so this year it is hash made from last night's leftover pork loin.
     
  6. CraigC

    CraigC Senior Member

    Location:
    SE Florida
    Chicken and andouille gumbo over white rice. I did use green bell pepper and celery!
     
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  7. CraigC

    CraigC Senior Member

    Location:
    SE Florida
    I'm saving the corned beef as a quick start to pastrami. Soak/rinse several times, pat dry, slather with mustard, coat with equal parts of coarsely ground black pepper and coriander seeds, then smoke and steam when ready to use.
     
  8. morning glory

    morning glory Obsessive cook Staff Member

    Corned beef is not really a traditional food in Ireland - it seems to have been adopted in America to replace bacon when cooked with cabbage (I read that somewhere).

    Anyway - I love the way you guys over the pond make corned beef - its not really seen here in the UK at all (unless you include the tins of Fray Bentos which are not the same at all).
     

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