Category Archives: St Pat’s

Make it Irish the Easy Way

How do you make things Irish? So far the easiest way has been to color it green. Until now, when Betty Crocker brings you the easiest “Irish” treat ever invented. 1. Make cupcakes2. Frost cupcakes3. Stick Lucky Charms cereal on … Continue reading

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Irish Recipes that are NOT corned beef and cabbage

Rather stay in and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a quiet dinner at home? Or maybe you need to fill up before a night of serious partying. If corned beef and cabbage isn’t your style, here are a few of … Continue reading

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The Perfect Corned Beef and Cabbage

Many people do not find corned beef and cabbage very appealing. That’s because most people (and most bars) boil the corned beef and vegetables together, resulting in a greasy, unappealing mess. Remember, it is still a brisket, so you want … Continue reading

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

We bucked tradition this year by making a nice braciola for St Pat’s instead of corned beef and cabbage. I have a friend, Lori, who has been waxing nostalgic about her grandmother’s cooking. I thought I would give her a … Continue reading

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