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PostPosted: Sat, Mar 9, 7:52 am EST    Post subject: St Paddy's Day Reply with quote

If the Cranbury Inn is going to celebrate St Patrick's Day in true Irish fashion by serving Corn Beef and Cabbage, perhaps it should be pointed out to Tom and Gay that March 17 is St Paddy's Day - and not St Patty's Day.

Paddy is short for the Irish male name Padraig while Patty is a female name - or something which masquerades as a hamburger - or is it a hamberder?
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PostPosted: Mon, Mar 11, 11:26 am EDT    Post subject: Re: St Paddy's Day Reply with quote

It's corned beef, not Corn Beef.
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PostPosted: Mon, Mar 11, 11:47 am EDT    Post subject: Re: St Paddy's Day Reply with quote

anon-9562 wrote:
It's corned beef, not Corn Beef.


Correct. Just bought a package of corned beef from ShopRite (on sale).

Not sure why corned beef is a St. Paddy's Day kind of meal. Embarassed
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PostPosted: Mon, Mar 11, 7:20 pm EDT    Post subject: Re: St Paddy's Day Reply with quote

I wrote Corn Beef as a spoof on Jersey Corn. Unlike Trump's mistaken use of the word hamberder instead of hamburger. In Eire, Corned Beef and Cabbage are traditionally eaten on St Paddy's Day.
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