St Patrick’s Day Supper

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missysippy930
missysippy930 Posts: 2,577 Member
edited March 2019 in Recipes
Are you making anything special?
I had a request from my daughter for Reuben soup and Bailey’s brownies. Very high calorie for both, but should work calorie wise. We have a big breakfast on Sundays, and eat supper at about 3pm. So only two meals. I’ll probably cut back on breakfast for myself.

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  • lx1x
    lx1x Posts: 38,325 Member
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    Corned beef and cabbage... Yum yum
  • lilithsrose
    lilithsrose Posts: 752 Member
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    I might grab another corned beef brisket from Aldi. I got one last weekend for under $6.

    I just threw it in the crockpot with some quartered redskin potatoes and some cabbage. It took about 5 hours on high to get to the point where it just fell apart.
  • lx1x
    lx1x Posts: 38,325 Member
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    rhaiin wrote: »
    I might grab another corned beef brisket from Aldi. I got one last weekend for under $6.

    I just threw it in the crockpot with some quartered redskin potatoes and some cabbage. It took about 5 hours on high to get to the point where it just fell apart.

    I use pressure cooker/instapot . Done in an hour... Addtl 30min for the veggies..
  • acpgee
    acpgee Posts: 7,707 Member
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    It wasn't quite on St Patrick's day but I did do a beef and guiness stew this week.
  • SchweddyGirl
    SchweddyGirl Posts: 244 Member
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    Ham and Parm Carrots.
  • earlnabby
    earlnabby Posts: 8,171 Member
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    Shepherd's pie, parsnip and potato soup, slaw, soda bread. Appetizers will be cucumber rounds with shrimp and avocado deviled eggs. Dessert is a creme de menthe torte.