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Traditional Irish Dinner #8206184 03/18/21 12:42 AM
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Happy St. Patricks Day to everyone. Upholding traditions is certainly fun, especially when it tastes good!! Hope you all are enjoying good health, and full bellies right now.

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!!

That looks almost identical to what we had, but my wife added a loaf of soda bread. Good stuff!!


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What meat is that? Thick cut pastrami?


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Corned Beef.


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Yes, corned beef brisket. Some like to chunk it, I prefer sliced nice and thick, so I can make hash in the morning with leftover meat.

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Had the same this evening as well. But I like mashed potatoes.
Good meal.

Re: Traditional Irish Dinner [Re: txmudder] #8206242 03/18/21 01:32 AM
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Originally Posted by txmudder
Corned Beef.


Nailed it. It is a cut of brisket that has been corned aka marinated.


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Happy St. Patrick’s Day, looks good.

Re: Traditional Irish Dinner [Re: Blank] #8206374 03/18/21 03:41 AM
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Buy a corned beef brisket on the after St. Patties day sales and smoke it. Good stuff.


Blank, that made me hungry and I thought I was full.


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Originally Posted by kmon1
Buy a corned beef brisket on the after St. Patties day sales and smoke it. Good stuff.


Blank, that made me hungry and I thought I was full.


I think that's called pastrami at that point.

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Corned Beef.


Nailed it. It is a cut of brisket that has been corned aka marinated.


I'd go with cured.


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Here`s a brisket I cured made into corned beef for sandwiches a while back. Beats the stuff you get at the store.

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Your slicer is WAY better than mine!! Time for a new one.

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Mine looks the same but I add rutabagas. After "the day" I slice and freeze the corn beef for sandwiches and potato salad and then have the left over veggies with hot dogs. Actually pretty good.

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