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Our First Cornbeef On St. Patrick Day

IT WAS ST PATRICK'S DAY THE NEXT MORNING WHEN WE WOKE UP...
We were told to wear green on this day... I don't know the reason why, too lazy to google about it, but to avoid getting "pinched" for not wearing green on this day, I just followed for the fun of it....
And so here we were in our green shirts.... 
Our very first morning waiting for our fresh pancakes to be served... 
Freshly done and served.... 
Forget about the fats... Butter is good for us, right!
After our breakfast, we paid a visit to my sister's MIL.... 
She has cooked a great feast for us... Cornbeef!
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Our Chef sharpening his skills and we ladies again waited to be served... LOL...
Oh notice the difference?  
He quickly went to pull on a green shirt before he did this!
And that was our lunch for the day...
Our first Cornbeef meal on St. Patrick Day!

Comments

  1. The cornbeef looks so good! I have never had any! they look like such a nice family. The three of you are so cute wearing your green!

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  2. Luckily you have a green top with you or else you will be pinched the whole day, hehehe. Your sister's mil looks good, may I ask how old is she. Keep up the good work writing posts about life in USA, I am sure all of us here love to read them.

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  3. Hi Claire... I just wanted to chuckle when you write about your BIL's action. Very cute, dont you think so? Do have a wonderful time there!

    hahaha... Doubt what's ur time? Shud be Sunday 4pm+++ right? here is 5:10am Monday already!

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  4. I never knew the history of St Patrick. Maybe I google and find out later.

    Pancakes! I want too. Cornbeef soup. Not sure I would enjoy it as it is an acquired taste.

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  5. Lovely pancakes! Love corned beef, only got the canned ones here and they are so so so expensive these days, over RM10 a can, some more than others.

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  6. I heard about St Patrick, but do not know what is it about...

    Your Sister MIL dog, i loves, so cute, hehe...

    The pancake is so tempting...

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  7. dunno what is St Patricks....and why green? I better google out first...

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  8. I say, you zoom2 to USA again! This corned beef I never had before. The only corned beef I know is the canned one over here.

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  9. Their cooking always looked easy and simple but they are often very delicious!

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  10. So everyone wears green on St.Patrick's Day. Wow! the whole town will be in green! Your sis's MIL looks good and she has a cute doggie! Your BIL is a great cook. I love pancake with honey but I haven't tasted corned beef with cabbage before.

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