πŸ€Β “Bless us with good food, the gift of gab and hearty laughter.Β  May the love and joy we share, be with us ever after!” πŸ€- Irish Kitchen Prayer

Hi there,

I am going to paraphrase an old Irish song, if your Irish come into the kitchen, I’m going to share dinner with you.

BRISKET

Ingredients:

  • One large beef brisket (5-8 lbs; about 1/2 lb per person + extra 2 lbs w leftovers)
  • 2 bottles Heinz Chili Sauce
  • 1 envelope dry onion soup mix
  • 1/2 bottle red wine
  • 2-3 large onions sliced

Directions:

  • put the brisket in the bottom of your slow cooker
  • add all of the ingredients.
  • cook 10 hours on high

Special Note: As you can see this is a super easy way to make brisket. I always serve this with some horseradish on the side. If you don’t have 10 hours just cook over the course of two days. Cook one day for 5 and the next day for 6. Add the extra hour to allow the slow cooker to come up to the right temperature.

ROASTED CABBAGE

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Coat a sheet pan with cooking spray.
  • Place the cabbage pieces in a single layer on the pan. Drizzle the olive oil over the top. 
  • Season the cabbage with the salt, pepper and garlic powder.
  • Bake for 20 minutes or until cabbage is browned and tender.
  • Drizzle the lemon juice over the top. Sprinkle with parsley, then serve.

NANCY’S STACKED POTATOES

Stacked potatoes
Spray a 12 cup muffin tin lightly with cooking spray. Preheat oven to 375
Slice  scrubbed Yukon Gold potatoes very thin ( use a mandoline if you have one)
In a small bowl mix 2T butter and 2T olive oil; add minced garlic, herbs of choice minced finely. Salt and Pepper 1/4 t each.
Add potato slices to bowl and stir to coat.
Begin layering potatoes in each tin.
Try to have 8-10 slices in each.
Bake for 30 minutes, remove from oven and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese( if desired)
Return to oven . Bake for 15 more minutes until desired crispness is reached.
Spoon each stack onto a plate and serve immediately. 

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43 responses to “πŸ€Β “Bless us with good food, the gift of gab and hearty laughter.Β  May the love and joy we share, be with us ever after!” πŸ€- Irish Kitchen Prayer”

  1. The potatoes look yummy, Bernadette! My mother used to make scalloped potatoes, which remind me a bit of the stacked ones. Hope you and your family are doing well!

    • These potatoes do taste a little like scalloped potatoes but have a real jazzy look to them. We are all well Jen, thank you, just waiting for spring. Hope all is good with you and yours. I do a feature in May celebrating mothers. Do you have a story and a recipe you would like to contribute?

  2. Bern, these recipes are wonderful! I love how you’ve provided 3 different recipes instead of just one with all the ingredients schmooshed together. Everything sounds delicious! Once again, you’ve WOWed me.

  3. Love those stacked potatoes! I think simple is always best when it comes to seasoning them, and the stacks make them perfectly portioned for serving!

  4. Hi Karen, thanks for stopping by. I agree! As a matter of fact if you swap out cabbage for coleslaw, this would make a great Easter dinner.

  5. Oh goodie, Bernadette. I bought two briskets and two cabbages. I made one according to the instructions on the wrapper… boiled brisket and boiled cabbage. Needless to say, your version sounds much much better! Ha ha. So I’m going to use your recipes sometime this week (need to get some chili sauce first). Thanks so much for the recipe and I hope you had a wonderful St. Pat’s Day. Hugs.

      • We had this last night, Bernadette, and it was wonderful. No more plain old “boiled brisket out of the bag” for the Peach family anymore. This will be our go-to recipe. And the cabbage… best ever. That was fabulous. We eat a cabbage a week and this recipe was simple and delish. We couldn’t stop commenting on our cabbage. Lol. Thanks!

      • πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹You are the best reviewer I have ever met. If I ever publish anything, I am drafting you to write the introduction. So glad you both enjoyed the recipe.

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