Did everybody eat their fill of corned beef and cabbage?
I think I did. Of course, I could’ve had more. It was enough, but there wasn’t much leftover to make the Reuben or to fill a sourdough bun, etc.
So I may get another piece. Corned beef, around this time, is offered at such a ridiculously low price ($1.99/lb in my store) that it doesn’t make sense to not get at least 2 pieces.
Though if I had to make a choice, I would pick pastrami over corned beef. But as always, pastrami usually costs 4 times more. Why is that?!
Oh well… I’m sure nobody would object to another meal of corned beef post-St. Patrick’s Day. If they do, I’ll just revamp it and turn it into something else.
What’s on your menu this weekend?
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Tea With Jennifer says
Thank you for hosting Angie ☺️
Kay Little says
Thank you for the feature this week, Lite and Fresh Chicken Piccata. Have a great weekend.
Kay Little says
Oh my… The Asparagus Salad 🙂
Estelle Forrest says
Thanks so much for including my beef & Rice dish this week. I hope everyone enjoys it
Jhuls @ The Not So Creative Cook says
I had corned beef and cabbage, but the corned beef in can. You know, the Filipinos love. 😀 I see some interesting recipes this week. Yay! Thanks, Angie. Happy weekend & happy FF! x
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
I haven’t had corned beef since I was a child. Good to see its resurrection! xx