Happy Saint Patrick! We were able to hear a sample of music from Kristen Gibbs and her rock’n’roll harp: Kristen is one of three live music groups performing today at BD Riley’s Irish Pub on Aldrich Street in the Mueller Development.
If you’re looking for plans for lunch, Daithi Arwine – a Northern Irish mandolin and banjo player – will perform within an hour, and he teams up with a friend from Dublin, Neville Stewart, to become “The Chancers.” “at 3:00 p.m. afternoon
BD Riley’s is authentically Irish: the pub was built entirely in Ireland and then shipped and assembled here. It’s family friendly, so bring the kids (and some good puppies for the patio)! They have local food specialties as well as authentic Irish food and drink. Masks are mandatory and social distancing will be applied.
If you want to stick with traditional Irish cooking at home, Steph makes corned beef and cabbage.
If you’re short on time and still want to treat yourself to corned beef & cabbage at home, here’s a recipe for a quick and easy meal: Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage
Steph likes to use it Traeger smoking meat, so today she is trying a recipe that turns your corned beef into a slow-cooked, smoky treat. It takes a little planning and more time than the Instant Pot, so save this recipe for tomorrow when the corned beef goes on sale! The important thing to do in advance is to desalt the meat (try to remove as much salt as possible) before smoking it. For this process, you will put the corned beef in a large bowl of water for 6 to 8 hours, changing the water every two hours. You might be wondering why you would bother to buy corned beef and do this step instead of just buying brisket… .Steph wondered the same, but he hopes to try it. will give something between a smoked brisket and slow cooked corned beef. Stay tuned for the results! If you want to try smoking corned beef brisket, check this link outside!
Need bread to accompany your meal? Check out a previously published recipe from Rosie on an Easy 6 Ingredient Beer Bread, perfect for the holidays.
If you don’t want to cook or if you followed a recipe from above and it didn’t work… Our friends from Easy tiger celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with some specials! Check out what they’re offering below in all Easy Tiger stores on Wednesday, March 17, while supplies last.
Corned beef on rye– Hill Country Rye, Hand-cut Corned Beef, House Mustard, Processed Leeks, Cabbage.
Irish goodbye– Jameson Irish Whiskey, Lemon, Sugar, Ginger Beer
Irish Iced Coffee– Jameson Irish Whiskey, Bailey’s Irish Cream, Homemade cold infusion, Demerara, Whipped cream