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Old 03-17-2019, 07:44 PM   #11
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We had a Danish dish. We call it, "Linda's pot o' pig". I overcooked some sunchokes (the over cooking was unintentional) and made a salad and used yesterday's blue cheese dressing. I really enjoyed that supper. Stirling wasn't so fond of the overcooked sunchokes, but enjoyed the rest of it.
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Old 03-17-2019, 09:25 PM   #12
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I got tired of leftover Pi, and made a last minute decision to go get some cheese enchiladas at a nearby TexMex joint.

No, not Irish, but since I don't like corned beef, cooked cabbage or carrots, that was not a suitable alternative to TexMex. I did have some beer, although it was not green, and not Guinness.

I guess I can go out for fish-n-chips on Cinco de Mayo, just to keep things balanced.

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Old 03-17-2019, 09:25 PM   #13
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No corned beef here even though that was the plan. TB wasn't feeling good last night so didn't have the maui chops and I didn't have the honey garlic wings. It was a choice of freezing them or eating them fresh so I cooked it up today with baked taters, salad for me and cucs and tomatoes for TB. It was very good. I will probably do the corned beef on Tuesday.

Hey, when you have (a drop) of Irish blood in you corned beef doesn't need to be served on a certain day.

Yup, I just made that up!
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Old 03-17-2019, 09:26 PM   #14
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Question What's On Your Plate St. Patty Day Sunday 3/17/2019?

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Happy St. Patrick's Day Sunday Brunch first off !!!
The theme was GREEN
Green-ish Scrambled Eggs with Chives
Irish Bangers from Trader Joe's
Galia Melon, which is the coolest green-ish flesh color
And for the cook, Cara Cara Orange Supreme
with a cuppa Green Tea
An Bhlasta 🍀

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Continuing with the green St. Patrick's Day theme
I did a Stir-fry for dinner of
Snow Peas & Chicken
I added loads of fresh Ginger & Garlic in a nice brown sauce
all served atop some steamed White Rice
An Bhlasta 🍀
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Old 03-17-2019, 09:45 PM   #15
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For our St. Paddy's day supper, my "brogue" went rogue. We really enjoyed our meal of bangers and mash with Guinness-onion gravy, and non-mushy peas.
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Old 03-17-2019, 10:02 PM   #16
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Well, big surprise, I'll be doing the traditional "Irish-American" dinner tonight. I also might actually do that Key Lime pie since I'll make it green.
I claim half Irish heritage so I expect to be kissed.

Great looking dinner Cheryl..ours looked like yours but here's a pic of the actual St. Paddy's Day pie I actually made. Swoon, so good.
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Old 03-17-2019, 10:09 PM   #17
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I got tired of leftover Pi, and made a last minute decision to go get some cheese enchiladas at a nearby TexMex joint.

No, not Irish, but since I don't like corned beef, cooked cabbage or carrots, that was not a suitable alternative to TexMex. I did have some beer, although it was not green, and not Guinness.

I guess I can go out for fish-n-chips on Cinco de Mayo, just to keep things balanced.

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I'm with you C-Dog!
I do not care for Corned Beef, nor do I like boiled Cabbage or Carrots.
My Mother would make that with the Potatoes and just cook it all to death.
Now, if you want to give me non-mushy veg, I'll eat it, along with some braised meat and maybe some nice gravy ... I think that's called STEW!
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Old 03-18-2019, 03:27 AM   #18
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I'm with you C-Dog!
I do not care for Corned Beef, nor do I like boiled Cabbage or Carrots.
My Mother would make that with the Potatoes and just cook it all to death.
Now, if you want to give me non-mushy veg, I'll eat it, along with some braised meat and maybe some nice gravy ... I think that's called STEW!
I wish you were here to help me eat my Pi day meat pie, which is basically beef stew in a pie. I keep eating it, and it just doesn't seem to get smaller. I'm good for one more slice, and then Psycho-Poodle get's Christmas in March.

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I wish you were here to help me eat my Pi day meat pie, which is basically beef stew in a pie. I keep eating it, and it just doesn't seem to get smaller. I'm good for one more slice, and then Psycho-Poodle get's Christmas in March.

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Nah, C-Dog, you want DH … he's the one who goes nuts for the stuff
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Old 03-18-2019, 07:38 PM   #20
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Beautiful pie, Kay! I bet it was delicious.
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