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This Dish Makes Me Want To Move To Ireland
When the winter brings on the colder temperatures, I always notice a change in my favorite recipes.
Of course there are some dishes I love year round, but there are seasonal favorites, too – in the summer I love to use fresh berries and fruits to make special desserts, and the fall is the perfect pie making season. Winter always makes me crave those spicy, steaming hot soups and stews, as well as slow cooked meat.
There’s nothing better than this lovely corned beef that has been cooking to perfection in the crock pot for several hours! Served with cabbage and pearl barley, as well as the most delicious sauce ever, you’ll get a meal that will keep you warm through the cold winter night. This dish is all about the pure flavors and it doesn’t need much seasoning, but you can always spice it up if you’d like.
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Quick Tip: Don’t forget to discard the bay leaf before serving.