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View Poll Results: For St. Patrick's Day dinner, do you make corned beef and cabbage or something else?
Corned beef and cabbage 5 45.45%
Something else (please specify) 6 54.55%
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Old 03-17-2016, 12:54 PM   #21
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Don't forget Cinco de Mayo!
That falls under etc.!
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Old 03-18-2016, 02:16 AM   #22
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Cinco de Mayo, Cinco de Juno...I'm willing to celebrate something every month!

Well, my "Sally" has her new heart, so I'll be returning the loaner SUV tomorrow. We had filled the tank on the loaner and still have a LOT of gas left, so rather than gift the car dealer with it, we went for a ride. Ended up our St. Paddy celebration was corned beef at a Jewish deli. Guess we were "I-wish" for the day! I had a bowl of matzo ball soup, Himself ordered a side of french fried onion rings (I had a couple), and we split a huge Reuben. Lots of half-sour pickles ended up at our table, too. This deli knows what we like.
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Old 03-18-2016, 06:12 AM   #23
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Meatloaf!! My wife and I spent half the day making different meatloafs. My wife made a whopping 6lb meatloaf and I made some "smaller" 2 and 2-1/2 lb ones. Now I hope to have enough meatloaf sandwiches to last a few days. Oh..and mashed potatoes, home fried potatoes, a vegetable medley, and sweet and sour beets. With a pistachio cake for dessert.
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Old 03-18-2016, 05:06 PM   #24
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Good looking sandwich, CG. I might have to go out to a deli also for the reuben sandwich I've been craving.

I'm disappointed - I went to both of our grocery stores Wednesday afternoon, and not a CB brisket to be found. I've lived in this town for decades and could ALWAYS find a CB this time of year, even if it was the day after St. Paddy's. I couldn't even go to a neighboring town, because the nearest one is 60 miles away and even smaller than here. Oh, well. Hopefully they'll get some in next week and offer us the same sale price, since it wasn't OUR fault they ran out. LOL
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Old 03-18-2016, 05:47 PM   #25
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Good looking sandwich, CG. I might have to go out to a deli also for the reuben sandwich I've been craving.

I'm disappointed - I went to both of our grocery stores Wednesday afternoon, and not a CB brisket to be found. I've lived in this town for decades and could ALWAYS find a CB this time of year, even if it was the day after St. Paddy's. I couldn't even go to a neighboring town, because the nearest one is 60 miles away and even smaller than here. Oh, well. Hopefully they'll get some in next week and offer us the same sale price, since it wasn't OUR fault they ran out. LOL
Next time ask for a rain check.
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Old 03-18-2016, 06:01 PM   #26
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Next time ask for a rain check.
I went through the line and got out to my car by the time I remembered that. They'll probably honor the coupon when they get more in.
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