Maybe you’re like me and you told yourself that this was the year you were going to get into shape, but then life happened and things didn’t go exactly as planned, right? Well guess what? The year is still young and there’s still time to get your health where it needs to be.
Even if you're not Irish, I'm sure you can appreciate a good corned beef and cabbage dinner or ham and cabbage dinner on March 17th. For many around the Greater Binghamton area, it's a tradition to seek out the best eats.
The countdown to my favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, is on and that means my kitchen has been filled with the delicious smells of traditional Irish foods, including Dublin coddle, one of my favorites.
We're less than a week away from St. Patrick's Day and already I’ve had a lot of people ask for my recipe for corned beef and cabbage. While my recipe is nothing inventive, this is hands down my favorite way to make this traditional meal.
According to NBC News, "two people who ate from a package of contaminated Skittles required hospital treatment for burning throats, cramping and diarrhea," purchased from a convenience store in Indiana.
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