Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe

I love corned beef. I not sure when and where it happened, but it did. I have a clue that it happened on a plate in NYC. I had my first Reuben. The flavors overwhelmed my lips in bliss. I still order a Reuben, and now I make them at home. That is why I wanted a quick Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe. Make sure to first read my tips on Point Cut or Flat Cut Corned Beef?

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with yummy corned beef. Try this easy Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe.

I always thought that this was an Irish dish, the corned beef. It turns out it is an Irish American dish. The Irish Americans used corned beef instead of bacon when it is wasn’t available. I recently visited Ireland, and there wasn’t corned beef in abundance. You can see what I ate while there in my post best restaurants is in Ireland.

I was so inspired by the Irish it was one of the best places I have ever visited. I would go back in a heartbeat. If you like Irish food, I have several recipes you can select from:

Irish Tea Brack Recipe

Easy Irish Stew Recipe

Irish Meatloaf an Easy Irish Recipe

Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe

Dublin coddle crockpot version

Guinness stew pots

Irish Soda bread

Okay back to the most accessible Power Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe.

Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe

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Easy Irish Stew Recipe

Easy Irish Stew Recipe

Easy Irish Stew Recipe! Perfect for St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s day is only a few days away and what better way to celebrate it but with delicious Irish food. This Easy Irish Stew Recipe is amazingly easy to prepare, it will only take you a few minutes to put everything in a crock pot and then set your timer. This is the perfect dish to eat now or freeze.

Easy Irish Stew Recipe in a Crockpot

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Simple Instant Pot Swedish Meatballs Recipe

As some of you might know from my previous posts, I LOVE my Instant potAnd after this simple Swedish meatballs recipe I am more in love than ever. Swedish Meatballs are a family favorite around here, and while the traditional recipes aren’t too hard, they require multiple pans and some time. But not any longer. Want to know how long it took me to make this? 15 minutes. No seriously, 15 minutes from start to finish. Can it get any cooler than that? I don’t think so. So grab your instant pot and let’s get started! Oh, do not forget my favorite instant pot dessert. Apples with ice cream.

You are going to love this simple recipe for making Swedish Meatballs in your Instant Pot. Using frozen meatballs, mushroom soup, broth, egg noodles and sour cream.

Simple Instant Pot Swedish Meatballs Recipe

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Non Alcoholic Mardi Gras Punch Recipe

(Non Alcoholic) Mardi Gras Punch Recipe

Having a fun get together for Mardi Gras this year? We always like to have a little fun and bring the Mardi Gras spirit to Tennessee each year by throwing a party! But unlike most Mardi Gras festivities we have children involved so I wanted to make a (non alcoholic) Mardi Gras punch recipe! It’s a fun punch that is easy to make and really brings the spirit with traditional Mardi Gras colors!

Mardi Gras Punch Recipe

Here is how to make this (non alcoholic) Mardi Gras punch recipe

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February 16, 2020

Why is Mardi Gras Celebrated?

Mardi Gras as most probably know is French for Fat Tuesday and is the last day of a period of celebration known as Carnival.

Why is Mardi Gras Celebrated?

Mardi Gras – Boobs? Beads? Babies?

When you think about Mardi Gras, what pops into your mind first? I may be the exception to the rule but I think about partying in New Orleans and all the beads and of course once I think about the beads my mind flashes (pun intended) to the method by which some are likely to use to earn some beads. I am talking about flashing your boobs, of course. Well, I am here to set the record straight and tell you what Mardi Gras is really all about. It is not the boobs or the beads…surprised? But it does involve a baby. I will get to that I promise but first why is mardi gras celebrated?Continue reading

How to Bake a King Cake for Mardi Gras

The King Cake is a tradition that is part of the Carnival celebration that ends with Mardi Gras. During this time, people have King Cake parties.  A small plastic baby is usually hidden in or under a slice of King Cake. The guest that is lucky enough to find the baby in their piece of cake is then expected to host the next party and bake another King Cake. At our church we celebrate Shrove Tuesday on the Tuesday evening before Ash Wednesday with a pancake supper. Shrove Tuesday is another name for Mardi Gras. King Cake is also served at the  pancake dinner. The person who finds the baby has to bake the cake for next year’s Shrove Tuesday pancake dinner. It is a really fun tradition and the cake is really good. I decided to try my hand at baking a King Cake. But since I knew it was not your typical cake I decided to buy a cake mix. The mix came with everything I needed including the decorations and of course the little plastic baby.

The King Cake is a popular tradition that is part of the Carnival celebration that ends with Mardi Gras. Find out how to bake a King Cake.

How to Bake a King Cake

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