Good 34º dark cloudy St. Paddy's Day morning.....
HAPPY SAINT PADDY'S DAY. Today everyone is Irish!!! Got quite a bit of that in my background, with maiden name of Laney .... River Laney in Ireland!
Yesterday I had some mud flaps put on my ride at Roe Motors. Nice visit with all their staff.... Lori, Joe, Diane, Amy, Steve, and a couple others in the waiting room. Texted Brian I had been waiting forever. He texted back "I feel soooooo bad for you"... being a smarty! I told Joe what he said so Joe texted him "We have a problem with someone in the lobby"... Brian texted him back, " Ah, pepper spray
.... or tranquilizer darts
.... or tranquilizer darts
Then off to Safeway for a few groceries. Then HOME! Yeah. Put everything away and it was time for that glass of chardonnay!!! Today it will be green wine!!!
Email pal, Gator, has a bride named June... she is celebrating her birthday today! HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUNE!!!
Historically this date....
1985 – Serial killer Richard Ramirez, aka the "Night Stalker", commits the first twomurders in his Los Angeles, California murder spree.
2008 – Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer resigns after a scandal involving a high-end prostitute. Lieutenant Governor David Paterson becomes New York State governor
And births this date include...
1930 – James Irwin, American astronaut (d. 1991)
1936 – Ken Mattingly, American astronaut
1951 – Kurt Russell, American actor
1955 – Gary Sinise, American actor
One of my favs!
1964 – Rob Lowe, American actor
This was shared by friends Gloria & John Whitley.... Thanks guys. Amazing!
All I know. Nuff said. Happy St. Paddy's Day. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
If it is Saint Patrick's Day, then it must certainly also be National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day. This is no coincidence.
You may be surprised to learn, that Corned Beef and Cabbage is as American as Apple pie. A traditional recipe in Ireland was salt pork or a bacon joint with cabbage and/or potatoes. Beef is not popular in cooking in Ireland, as the ancient Celtic culture considered cows to be sacred, and cows were most often used as work animals on farms. In the mid 1800's, Irish immigrants to America, found their Jewish neighbors had corned beef, which was similar in taste, but much cheaper. So, the the American version of this easy to make Irish dish, became Corned Beef and Cabbage.
Recognizing that Corned Beef and Cabbage really originated in America, you may wonder if you can truly call it "Irish"? Well, of course it is! It was created by Irish people. They just happened to be immigrants to the U.S..
Corned Beef is usually made from brisket or round roast, cured in a seasoned brine. Corned beef and cabbage recipes are easy to make. The basic ingredients are corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and carrots, slowly stewed in water. Find a recipe
You can add a variety of other herbs and spices. Feel free to experiment.
We hope you enjoy your dinner tonight.... It's corned beef and cabbage.