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My neighbors, Ed and Gemma, are Ireland natives and decided to invite my husband and I over for an Irish feast.
So, last year on St. Patrick’s Day, our neighbors, Ed and Gemma, invited us over for an authentic meal of corned beef and cabbage. We absolutely adore Ed and Gemma because of how much they love each other. Don’t get me wrong, they can be quite fiery at times and they like to argue (must be the Irish haha) but at the end of the day, their love is as passionate as two doves after midnight. What does that even mean? LOL
My husband and I brought some Irish soda bread over to the dinner which seemed to impress Ed and Gemma, greatly. The corned beef and cabbage was excellent.
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Quick Tip: You know what goes great with this corned beef and cabbage? Irish soda bread!