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Friday, March 14, 2014

Prepping for St. Pat's!

It is almost St. Patrick's Day and if you are planning 
to make Corned Beef and Cabbage, here is the recipe
I have used for probably 20 years.  It has a bit more
zest, a bit more zing, a bit more flavor than just the
traditional boiled pot.
Our family vegetarian will be home for Spring Break
and if it doesn't snow (please, please, please) we will
be heading down to the big city for the parade.  So,
I don't know if we will be having meat this year, but
we will be having Colcannon and Soda Bread!

1 comment:

  1. Pray tell. What is Colcannon? Your bread looks delicious. Perhaps I will make the bread for my husband. He already bought his Corn Beef. I always cringe when I see him just "boil" it. I am looking at your recipes now and will tell him how to cook his Corned Beef this year. Oh, I just saw the recipes. So, I guess I will know soon what Colcannon is. I also wanted to tell you that I have a great recipe for Vegetarian Corn Beef. I made it last year. I added Tofu but it was for Seitan. If you want it, I can scan and email it to you? Of course, you will have to provide me an email, in case I don't already have it. Happy St. Patty's Day.


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