St. Patrick’s Day! Food? You bet :-)

Will be shoppin n boppin for the next few days sweet Friends………so gettin me Irish on early.

Yup….Tis that time o the year again laddies n lassies.


Tis all about the Food!


Y’all know I don’t part easily with my “secret” Angel recipes..but because I luvs ya’ll………here goes………

Corned Beef to die For. Mmmmmmmmmm.


Glazed Corned Beef Brisket.

Whatcha Need:

A big (really big..heh) corned beef brisket..oh..and a pot..(a really big pot) ha.drink-burp

5-6 medium potatoes
2 cups baby carrots

1 to 2 dozen small boiling onions
1 medium cabbage, cut in 6-8 wedges

1/2 cup brown sugar

1/4 cup mustard
1/4 cup cider vinegar
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
(you can add ketchup for a bit o zing)

Now…for da heavy liftin:

1-Grab that huge corned beef brisket you just spent 60 bucks on and toss it..(on second thought)…lift it ‘gently’ in a large pot.


2-Cover it with water. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer for at least 2 1/2 hours. Nothin worse than a raw corned beef.

3-Go find the potatoes, carrots, and and onions.(Don’t forget the peel the onions..heh)eyebrow Add them to the boilin corned beef pot.

4-Cover and simmer for 10 minutes longer.


5-Find the ole cabbage wedges, add them too, cover, and simmer for about 15 minutes longer, or until vegetables are tender.

(for cheaters..heh : You can cook yer cabbage in a separate pan if you don’t have room, in a small amount of salted boiling water.)

6-Now cover the pan and simmer for about 15 minutes. Keep simmerin till the potatoes and other vegetables are tender.


Now for the fun part:

7-Put the corned beef brisket in a baking pan.


8-Combine all the sweet, yummy “glaze” ingredients in a saucepan; bring ‘em to a simmer and cook, stirring for 5 minutes. Spoon if all over corned beef and bake at 350-375° for about 10 minutes.


Serve it up sliced to your family, friends ..and um…me!..with with boiled cabbage, potatoes, carrots, and small onions. Mmmmmmmmmm.

Too lazy ya say?

Heck, Jus serve GREEN mac n cheese. Heh.


Wash it down with a spinach laden GREEN milkshake?..ha


Any recipes ya care to share Laddies n Lassies?




Heck…..On St Paddys, wer’e all Irish.

Happy St. Patricks Day one and all!

p.s. If your’e kissin…….I’m Irish!


20 Responses to “St. Patrick’s Day! Food? You bet :-)”

  1. Adrienne says:

    Oh my! That’s exactly how this Italian chick does St. Pat’s Day! Boiled cabbage is to die for!!! Add some rutabagas to make it perfect.

    And the corn beef – heaven on earth. God bless St. Patrick (and you, too!)

  2. Evy Rosebrook says:

    Love me a little C.B. but hubs is allergic to all beef. Really limits our choices. Maybe I could buy a tiny little brisket and make one:) Don’t know if anyone else does, but I love sour cream on my cabbage.
    Me too, I’m Irish too, for real, not just on St. Paddy’s day:)

  3. Bunkerville says:

    I had a feeling we might be getting some great pics!! Enjoy and have a happy one.

  4. Christopher says:

    An early Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to you Angel!

    All looks great but have to tell you that I being Irish do not and will not eat or drink anything green unless it was made so by God, otherwise it just doesn’t sit well with me? I even avoid green M&M’s,,lol.

  5. Comedy Plus says:

    Oh this sounds really good. One of our favorite meals is corned beef and cabbage. I’ve not done the glaze though. Sounds divine.

    Have a terrific day and a very happy St. Patrick’s day. :)

  6. labcat says:

    Thanks for sharing this!! i’m scotch irish and have never had corned beef n cabbage!! i’m gonna have to try this. it looks sooooo good :)

  7. William Stout says:

    Happy Saint Paddy’s Day to all of the sons and daughters of Erin in body and in spirit! And for you Angel, (smootch) there’s your kiss darlin’ lass!

  8. Layla says:

    Yummy! Happy St. Paddy’s Day to yah! ;-)

  9. Leticia says:

    FYI, my favorite color is green and I am in heaven just looking at all the delicious green yummies!! I could almost taste them.

    Great! Now I am hungry.

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Angel.

  10. Katie says:

    Green shirt.
    Green Hair.
    Green Bagels.

    Happy St. Patty’s Day!

  11. MK says:

    That brisket looks real good, pass on the spinach laden milkshake though. Not a fan of spinach.

  12. Woodsterman says:

    Now stop that … I’m trying to lose weight.

  13. Matt says:

    Gained 10 pounds reading this. COOL!!!

  14. Teresa says:

    Yum! Yum! That food looks delicious. Happy St. Patrick’s Day :)

  15. Jenny says:


  16. Fredd says:

    Sugar on corned beef? Woman! Blasphemy! My kin (OK, we’re Norwegian and English, but still love New England Boiled Dinner, as the mo-in law would call it) would tar and feather me if I went with your glaze.

    Just corned beef, straight up, with cabbage, onions, potatos and carrots. Period.

    You might as use some crumbled Cap’n Crunch as a rub on the brisket, if you ask dumb ol’ Fredd’s kin.

  17. RandyG says:

    Damn that corned beef looks tasty!

  18. The Malcontent says:

    I Very Large Steak and a Jar of Green Food Coloring

  19. Always On Watch says:

    Sorry for my lack of comments here lately. Work has been so all-consuming.

    Anyway, I LOVE St. Paddy’s. So much fun to be had. Besides, green is “my” color.

  20. Leticia says:

    Have a wonderful weekend, Angel.