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With St. Patrick's day approaching I thought that this needed to be shared. Have your favorite meat counterperson grind you a package of corned beef after taking a quick swipe with the knife to remove the big chunk of fat. Patty 'em up and maybe a touch of Feta cheese inside and grill away. If you like corned beef you will love these. Hoist a Guinness and enjoy. E.
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Yellow
Ooh! Sounds delicious!
Derek
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Gasman64
Those look tasty! I've never had one, so maybe time to try...
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nomis1
I love corned beef and now my mouth is watering! Great idea.

Simon
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weto
this is genius...can't believe I never thought of it before...
-Erik
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dave
great tip, i will be trying this soon!

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jacobsdad
MMMMM!!!
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SteveRetherford
sure sounds YUMMY !!!
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FishGutZ
U ever make Rueben burgers
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fuel brained
Hey, no cabbage, carrots or red potatoes. that's just not Irish.
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Mike
FishGutZ wrote:
U ever make Rueben burgers


Righteous idea! Swiss cheese, saurkraut, russian mustard. Need to source some marbled rye buns.

Mike.
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AllanD
"Corned Beef" is an American tradition, brought to us by the Boston Irish.

If you ask about "corned  beef" in Ireland expect a monumental "blank look"


What the vast majority of Irish eat on St Patricks day is not what is
"Technically" a "New England Boiled Dinner". but steamed/Poached
Salmon with Potatoes.

Allan

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