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Karen Kerr
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Recruiter and Food Blogger at www.karenskitchenstories.com
Recruiter and Food Blogger at www.karenskitchenstories.com

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This corned beef and cabbage from +Marcie Flavor the Moments looks so delicious. 
Corned Beef and Cabbage (Slow Cooker and Pressure Cooker) let's you decide whether you want to make this one pot meal slow in the slow cooker or fast in the pressure cooker! Recipes translate easily to Insta Pot.
http://flavorthemoments.com/corned-beef-cabbage-slow-cooker-pressure-cooker
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Want to get your kids to eat their veggies? This is Irish colcannon, a mashed potato and kale dish is perfect.

Get the recipe here > http://www.karenskitchenstories.com/2017/03/colcannon-irish-mashed-potatoes-with.html
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Colcannon Cakes - Irish Potato Pancakes with Kale. They are delicious, crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside. Make up a batch for St. Patrick's Day breakfast.

Get the recipe > http://www.karenskitchenstories.com/2017/03/colcannon-cakes-irish-potato-pancakes.html
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This Irish Leek and Potato Soup is so hearty and satisfying. It's a wonderful traditional comfort food, and is perfect to fend off the cold winter chill. It can be made with either chicken or vegetable stock, and only takes about 30 minutes to make, including prep time.

Get the recipe here > http://www.karenskitchenstories.com/2017/02/irish-leek-and-potato-soup.html
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Coconut Red Curry Halibut with Rice.

This Coconut Red Curry Halibut with Rice is deliciously flavored with ginger, scallions, mushrooms, and with bamboo shoots adding a nice crunch.

Get the recipe > http://www.karenskitchenstories.com/2017/02/coconut-red-curry-halibut-with-rice.html
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Here's a round up of some amazing breads from some of my favorite bloggers! #breadboxroundup  

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Jachnun is a bread of Yemenite Jewish origin, and is baked over 12 hours in an oven set at a low temperature. Jachnun is made from a dough that is stretched out very thinly, brushed with butter, oil, or margarine, and rolled up like strudel. It started as a Shabbat bread, originally baked in a wood fired oven on a Friday night, and ready on a Saturday morning. It is traditionally served with hard cooked eggs, grated tomato, and zhug (or skhug), which is a spicy condiment made from chilis, garlic, cilantro, and spices.

Here's the recipe > http://www.karenskitchenstories.com/2017/02/jachnun.html
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Sauteed ginger shrimp from +Dorothy Reinhold of Shockingly Delicious. It looks so good. 
Sauteed Ginger-Scallion Shrimp: Easy enough for a weeknight, special enough for company. (And perfect for your fish needs during Lent.)

Printable recipe: http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/sauteed-ginger-scallion-shrimp/

#recipeoftheday #shrimp #easydinner #healthyeating #Lent #fishrecipe
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