The color green has flooded the office today, but the festive color isn’t the only tradition associated with St. Patrick’s Day. Have you decided what you are cooking for dinner tonight? Will you stick with Corned Beef and Cabbage or mix it up with something else? Great Plains Communications has teamed up with our cable channel, Food Network to provide three recipes to keep in mind this St. Patrick’s Day.
Corned Beef and Cabbage
If you are looking for a different spin on the traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage, try Melissa d’Arabian’s recipe and add some stout beer along with fresh herbs to add depth to your corned beef.
Not only does Melissa d’Arabian provide some money saving tips, but this recipe for Shepherd’s Pie is another delicious option this St. Patrick’s Day with the melding of flavors inside from the vegetables and beef, to the mashed potato topping.
Double Jack Stew
As something a little different from the traditional, Guy Fieri has his Double Jack Stew full of vegetables and hanger steak that’s been marinated in a combination of mustard, beer, Applejack, Jack Daniels and garlic to add a unique layer of flavor to the stew.
Whatever you decide to make or how you celebrate the day, Great Plains Communications would like to wish everyone a fun and safe St. Patrick’s Day.