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Corned beef is not a purely Irish dish. It was adopted by Irish-American immigrants as a cheap alternative to bacon. They found the Jewish people were buying this cheaper meat and adopted it as their own. Never the less, Ginny and I will have our corned beef, cabbage and potatoes again, as we do every year. Besided, the stores feature corn beef specials every year , along with cabbage. Being part Irish, I deck myself in Green. Thanks for a delightful informative column again, Kathy. Erin Go bragh!

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