Looking for some Irish-themed dishes to make? You'll find a good selection at our sister blog, Holiday Goodies, including Irish stew, apple cake, colcannon and brack. (Really. Go see.)
We'll be going the corned-beef-and-cabbage route at Chez Brick, cooked for hours in the slow cooker until it's nice and tender. The Brick will probably wash it down with a good porter, but I'll stick to Irish Breakfast tea, dreaming of our coming trip.
Erin Go Bragh! Hooray for Ireland!
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