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Given the name of this blog, I knew I needed to do a St. Patrick’s Day post and wanted to do something that was actually enjoyable … a step beyond the traditional boiled corned beef, cabbage and potatoes. Now, on … Continue reading
Dessert always seems to be a forgotten item on most St. Patrick’s Day menus. I thought about what I should make and considered the country … March in Ireland can be cool and damp. We also tend to be practical … Continue reading
I have to admit that I do not like cooked cabbage … I tried it many times and am never a fan. I like cabbage raw, but really not cooked. So I am always looking for a recipe that involved cooked … Continue reading
Corned beef … the center piece of St. Patrick’s Day menus. There are a number of ways to prepare it, with most recipes focused on simmering it on the stove for a few hours. That was how it was always … Continue reading
Did you know that St. Louis has the second largest Mardi Gras celebration in the country (behind New Orleans, of course)? The celebration is centered in a neighborhood called Everyone is a friend at the dog parade Soulard, about a … Continue reading
Do you stereotype your food? When was the last time that you cooked a turkey outside of the Thanksgiving to Christmas window? And cooking a turkey you were given at the office in January does not count. You probably have … Continue reading