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Old 03-13-2007, 11:22 PM   #21
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I love St. Patrick's Day. I look forward to the boiled corned beef and veggies. I love the stuff.

When I mentioned it this year the eyes kinda glazed over. The only enthusiast for the menu was yours truly.

Not wishing to force feed food that some find ho-hum, I would like to jazz it up a bit.
Aunt Dot,

You could put them all outside, lock the doors, and say, "Go find your own food, I'm eating this!" As for the Reuben sandwich not being Irish, just tell them it was named for Reuben O'Boyle.

Good luck with your dinner. I am sure looking forward to ours!

Barbara
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:39 AM   #22
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I'll toss some ideas out, and you can probably come up with a recipe or google.

Corned beef braised in Guinness
the pragmatic chefâ„¢: Guinness braised Corned Beef

With horseradish sauce

Potato pancakes (w horseradish sauce)

Brussels sprouts instead of cabbage

Here's another interesting twist on the sprouts - Brussels Sprouts Pancakes
Stephencooks : Brussels Sprouts Pancakes with Onion Marmalade

Cabbage stuffed with corned beef

Any dessert using Bailey's
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Old 03-14-2007, 07:25 AM   #23
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"Brussels Sprouts Pancakes" - sounds as good as Brussels Sprout Hash!!

and this one - "Oysters, Brussels Sprouts & Pancetta Gratin" how good does that sound!!! Thanks for the link.
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Old 03-16-2007, 10:49 AM   #24
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"Brussels Sprouts Pancakes" - sounds as good as Brussels Sprout Hash!!

and this one - "Oysters, Brussels Sprouts & Pancetta Gratin" how good does that sound!!! Thanks for the link.
Your welcome, cjs Another 'sprouts' recipe I like & think would pair well w CB:

Martha Stewart - Brussels Sprouts with Vinegar Glazed Red Onions

Sounds like an interesting dish. Can you share the recipe with us? (Don't care for oysters, but maybe I could use clams & serve w linguine for another meal idea.) TIA

So... my menu idea

An appy I've made before (w cocktails): Pillsbury.com: True Blue Cocktail Bites

Cocktail Bites

CB braised in Guinness with horseradish sauce

Roasted baby carrots & dill

Potato pancakes

Brussels sprouts w vinegar glazed red onions

Soda bread or pumpernickle

Key lime pie
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Old 03-16-2007, 02:45 PM   #25
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Your welcome, cjs Another 'sprouts' recipe I like & think would pair well w CB:

Martha Stewart - Brussels Sprouts with Vinegar Glazed Red Onions

Sounds like an interesting dish. Can you share the recipe with us? (Don't care for oysters, but maybe I could use clams & serve w linguine for another meal idea.) TIA

So... my menu idea

An appy I've made before (w cocktails): Pillsbury.com: True Blue Cocktail Bites

Cocktail Bites

CB braised in Guinness with horseradish sauce

Roasted baby carrots & dill

Potato pancakes

Brussels sprouts w vinegar glazed red onions

Soda bread or pumpernickle


Key lime pie
Have canceled all plans...Gased up and headed to Miss Mish's house for St. Paddy's dinner..Have to go now...as it is a long drive..
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Old 03-17-2007, 07:56 AM   #26
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"Sounds like an interesting dish. Can you share the recipe with us? (Don't care for oysters, but maybe I could use clams & serve w linguine for another meal idea.) TIA"

mish, do you mean this recipe? "Oysters, Brussels Sprouts & Pancetta Gratin"

It was on the website you referenced... Stephencooks : Oysters, Brussels Sprouts and Pancetta Gratin
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