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Great Irish food for St. Patrick’s Day!
Corned Beef and Cabbage, Courtesy: http://www.marthastewart.com
Our recent Food Mingle Blog Poll asked about your favorite traditional Irish food. With over 46% of the votes, THE WINNER IS: Corned Beef and Cabbage!
Many Corned Beef and Cabbage recipes call for a long and tedious brining process. This recipes uses a spice paste in place of a longer brine. Now you can make this traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal any day of the year, without worrying about planning ahead for three days!
I am not a corned beef lover, but it is nice to have this dish once a year to celebrate the “wearin’-o-the green.”
Thanks to everyone who voted. You can see the final poll results here. If you aren’t happy with the winning Irish food, then perhaps you should have voted (or told your friends to vote). 🙂 You”ll have an opportunity to vote in more Food Mingle Blog Polls…
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Very cute idea! These look so easy, quick and fun. The kids would love helping to decorate these. Great idea!
I could totally see myself taking these to the next level and making them all green, because I am crazy like that. But, what a cute idea for getting the shamrock shape in a pretzel pop and you gotta love the sweet and salty together!
It will soon be St. Patrick’s Day, and I couldn’t let it pass without making a fun treat. These Chocolate Pretzel Shamrock Pops are about as easy and cute as it comes. I simply placed three mini pretzels and a cookie pop stick on a piece of parchment paper, spooned about a teaspoon of melted chocolate in the center, and placed a green Mint Dark Chocolate M&M in the center. Let it cool/dry for about 5-10 minutes, and voila – a fun St. Patrick’s day treat.
I originally saw a photo of what I thought was the same thing here created by Amy @ MomAdvice. (Amy has an awesome blog, Pinterest boards, and Instagram BTW!) But then I realized, after actually going back to find the post to give credit, that Amy actually used Rolo candies in the center of hers! How yummy does that sound?! SCORE! …
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