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Old 03-17-2018, 06:24 PM
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I have not posted in quite a while, but today I had a little time to make up some St. Patrick's Day Irish stew. Complete with a Guinness and a four-leaf clover.
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Well done! Looks great and is perfect for today! I bet a lot don't know about the Guinness tradition.
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That looks like a winner!!
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Looks very good! What’s in it?
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Well plaid on all angles.
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My Dad said back in the 40's and 50's that all the diners & restaurants served Irish Stew. Probably made with beef and not lamb.
I saw a few recipes with Guinness in the recipe. Your meal looks mighty tasty. My wife and daughter, as well as myself like Guinness Stout.
Makes a good chocolate cake too.
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Looks absolutely amazing.

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That’s almost too purdy to eat
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Beeeeeeuteeeeeful!!!!!!!
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Thanks for the kind words. I believe traditional Irish stew was made with whatever was on hand at the time of putting it in the pot. Lamb was often used. In this batch, I used the neck roast from a buck taken this past season. Add a little chicken broth, a Guinness Stout, garlic, onion, some fresh thyme from the garden, carrots, potatoes, a little salt and pepper, just a handful of diced celery, and that will do it.

The only bad thing was that it didn't last long enough!
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