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Slow Cooker Irish Beef Stew from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

10 Best Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

Whether you mark the occasion with leprechauns, green beer, pots of gold, four-leaf clovers, corned beef and cabbage or traditional Irish stews, we hope you have a fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day. Here are our favorite recipes to help you celebrate the luck of the Irish this year. 1. Creamed Cabbage with Bacon 2. St. Patrick’s…

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Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways - On a panini grill or in a Breakfast Sandwich Maker. These are so good! (Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach)

Reuben Sandwiches Two Ways

Reuben sandwiches are a New York deli classic and a great use for leftover St. Patrick’s Day corned beef. It’s no wonder this sandwich is counted among many people’s favorites. A great reuben with a side of chips and a soda is about as perfect a lunch combo as one can create. If you’ve never…

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Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage

  Corned beef and cabbage is about as classic a St. Patrick’s Day dish as you can make. Corned beef is slow cooked and served alongside cabbage with optional ingredients like potatoes, carrots and onions. Though corned beef and cabbage is Irish at heart, it’s not something the Irish ate often back in the day….

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St Patrick’s Day Torani Mocha

  Enter the giveaway through the giveaway widget located at the end of this post. Follow the instructions on the widget to enter. For brewing a personal cup of coffee at home or on-the-go, nothing’s better than a single cup coffeemaker. The FlexBrew® Single-Serve Coffee Maker with removable water reservoir allows the flexibility of brewing…

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Irish Soda Bread from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

Irish Soda Bread

Irish soda bread has been popular in Ireland for hundreds of years. It started with the introduction of baking soda, which allowed people to make quick breads from just flour, baking soda, buttermilk and salt. Over time, additions to soda bread such as raisins, sugar and caraway seeds have made their way into modern American…

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