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Corned Beef is a tradition that we can all get behind this time of year, but have you ever had Irish Stew? (Spoiler Alert: there's beef and beer, you won't be mad.)
Also, weeknight dinners are tough to get on the table this time of year between school, sports, work and life. So we're here to help you be a Weeknight Hero and get it all done.
See what fresh recipes we've been cooking on air this spring.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with simple-to-prepare, irresistibly Irish-inspired Corned Beef. Whether you want to roast it in the oven or set-it-and-forget-it in the slow cooker, Corned Beef offers a flavorful meal that the whole family will enjoy. Check out some of our delicious Corned Beef recipes.
The maltiness of a dark beer and rich, meaty flavor of Beef Chuck Roast are the perfect combination for an alternative to Corned Beef. Irish Stew is a simple dish, but has a deep, complex, rich flavor. Serve this stew in a ring of mashed potatoes this St. Patrick's Day (or anytime of the year)!
Spring might be rainy around here, but it's also the perfect storm of family activities, school, sports and just enough stir-crazy to tempt Mom to send the kids out to run a few laps, rain or shine. Make dinner the easy part of your day with 30 minute meals like this one.
There's no better use for Corned Beef leftovers than a homemade version of this deli classic for lunch or dinner. Thinly sliced Corned Beef from this weekend's Irish celebration is sandwiched between rye bread with cheese, sauerkraut and a tangy home-made dressing.