Break the Tradition... Un-corned Beef!March 17, 2010
There is also this tradition of eating corned-beef, which we will be reversing by eating un-corned beef, meaning we didn't get a brisket to put in brine, and the beef we eat now is grass-fed. So, no corned beef in anyway whatsoever today.
I will, however, still be drinking a Guinness this evening. Some traditions are worth keeping.
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