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Here Comes St. Patrick’s Day! You will love these deals to help enjoy Irish food!

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St. Patrick’s day is celebrated with green beer, corned beef, cabbage and everything else that screams IRISH! You will want to check out these coupons and deals that will help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style!

$0.50/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands! Sweet Rolls (A&P eCoupon)

$0.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls (A&P eCoupon)

Don’t forget to also check out Deals By Darlene’s Coupon Database for coupons you may use to make your St. Patrick’s Day dinner special and save a little too!

Always check your preferred store, I find more often than not around St. Patty’s Day they will put Canned Corned Beef on sale but not advertise it in any media. If you wait until the day of, many times the ingredients you would also use for Irish recipes will be marked down again not media advertised. An example would also be a store that packages the fresh just throw-in-the-oven dinners of Corned Beef and Potatoes , they will most likely mark these down on St. Patty’s Day. Take advantage of this and stock up, freeze for meals later!

A personal favorite I will admit. I am not the amazing Irish cook I probably should be but I have my own extremely simple, but yummy recipe that involves Canned Corned Beef (psst Corned Beef and Hash is good too!). I have no method but I like to make sure the corned beef to cabbage ratio is….- there should always be more cabbage than the corned beef! LOL. I add this into a pan and cook the corned beef and cabbage together, I might add 1 teaspoon of olive oil. Cook until desired (I like mine very well cooked ). It’s nothing fancy but its yummy!

Through the years I have also found that many restaurants that are not the “Irish Pub”  variety will make and have specials on traditional Irish dishes the cook may have the urge to make that day. So if you feel like going somewhere particular but they are not of the “Irish Pub” variety give them a call and find out if they have made anything for that day, usually you will find the food costing allot less than many other restaurants who are all out celebrating the holiday.

Byrnes’ Irish Pub in Bath or Brunswick, Maine is offering an amazing deal that you or a friend can take advantage of through Deal Chicken.com giving a 50% discount! You pay $15 for $30 dollars worth of yummy Irish food!

Feile Irish Pub in Wells, Maine has amazing give aways, the Guinness Girls and a live band on St. Patrick’s Day along with a special menu that starts with breakfasts all the way to the traditional dinner!

Posted By: Jody Pagliocco

 

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