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Hazards Of The Irish: What To Do With Leftovers?

POTTSTOWN PA – The big St. Patrick’s Day parties of yesterday (Thursday, March 17) are over now, although some celebrating will continue through the weekend. Maybe you brought home corned beef and cabbage from a meal enjoyed at The Brookside Restaurant in Lower Pottsgrove, or The Pourhouse in Pottstown PA, or from the annual Irish Wake at the Bally Hotel in Bally PA. And maybe that dish is looking a little less festive today than when it was served.


Home-made corned beef hash from leftovers, at the Manna And Quail blog.

Don’t waste such fine leftovers, the Manna And Quail blog urges. They’ll make a great second-day meal … as homemade corned beef hash, for instance. The blog features two appetizing leftover surprises in a beautifully photographed article titled “Happy Corned Beef Day,” marking the dining holiday that follows St. Patrick’s blow-outs.

Manna And Quail is among the foodie blogs featured daily in The Sanatoga Post’s “Today’s Best Dishes From FoodPress” column on its Food Archive page. Literally dozens of new and exciting recipes by the nation’s best food writers and cooks appear there each day. If you’re into cooking and life in the kitchen, you’ll want to bookmark it.

Photo by Laura at Manna And Quail

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