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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Corned Beef and Cabbage on the Grill
By Pam Robertson, Memphis Grills
Photographs courtesy of Memphis Grills
St. Patrick’s Day holds an odd place in American culture. Many Americans consider the day little more than an excuse to wear a green shirt and grab a few drinks at their favorite local pub. But you might be surprised at just how many people gather for a traditional Irish meal every March 17th. If that meal is part of your tradition, or if you would like to start the tradition in your family, your Memphis Wood Fire Grill can help.
Perfect St. Patrick’s Day dinners are simple, savory, and extra special when you cook them on a Memphis Wood Fire Grill.
The mere mention of corned beef and cabbage conjures up memories of Sunday dinners gathered around the table. Back then, delightful meals like these were made in a wood cook stove. This tradition remains alive today with the increasing popularity and interest in pellet grills and wood fire cooking.
The Memphis was made for low-and-slow smoking and braising, as well as open flame searing and more. With the versatility, convenience, and authentic wood fire flavor of a pellet grill, a traditional culinary experience at home awaits in your own backyard.
Watch how easy it is to make a festive and colorful corned beef and cabbage, perfect for your Irish celebration:
Christmas is a special time at Biltmore, in Asheville, N.C, and has been ever since George Vanderbilt welcomed his first guests to his new home, Biltmore House, in 1895. That year started a tradition that Biltmore’s guests enjoy today.
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