It’s that time of year and we’ve got a handful of corned beef recipes for you to try out leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, and a few other goodies thrown in as well!

Corned Beef

 

We’ll start things off with this Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe.  This is a pretty simple recipe to do with your crock pot, and can be finished in 4 to 6 hours on high, or 8 to 10 hours on low.

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Next up is our traditional recipe for Reuben Sandwiches!  For this we just need Pumpernickel Rye Bread, Swiss cheese, corned beef brisket (thinly sliced), sauerkraut, Thousand Island dressing, and butter.reuben

Following up the sandwich, we’re going to throw a fun twist on the traditional Reuben and look at our Reuben Casserole recipe!  Fairly similar to the previous recipe, but now we’ll add sour cream, evaporated milk, hash browns, onion, and garlic powder.   Same taste, with a different feel.  A fun alternative if you aren’t feeling like a sandwich.casserole

Alright, we are moving back to the sandwich side of the plate.  Almost identical to our first Reuben recipe, but this time we are going to use Alexia Hashbrowns to form the bread portion of our sandwich to make Latke Reubens.  A fun and delicious little twist on the classic sandwich!

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This last one is my personal favorite: Homemade Corned Beef Hash.  Close to what we have been using before, but now we’re adding more hash browns, fried eggs, and hollandaise sauce… Need I say more?

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St. Patrick’s Day wouldn’t be complete without Irish Soda Bread!  We’ll have this available at Festival Foods for a limited time, so get yours quick!

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Finally a lot of the Fresh Bakery goods are available now!  Stop in to get your green vienna bread, sugar cookies, iced cookies, cookie cakes, cakes, brownies and more!

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