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26 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Fri Mar 27, 2015 6:06 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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jetfan27 wrote:I have a new job! I'll be baking bagels and other things at the Jersey Shore. I start on  April 1. Can't wait! Here are some things I'll be baking. I'm tweaking some recipes.

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Congratulations jetfan27!....
Let us know the name of the Bakery, and We / I will send people that way to support the business....
Lots of luck, and God Bless!

27 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Fri Mar 27, 2015 7:14 pm

jetfan27

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Thank you Jimmy. The name is BagelEddy's and it is in Ship Bottom on Long Beach Island.

28 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Fri Mar 27, 2015 7:27 pm

NormM

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Congratulations.

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29 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Fri Mar 27, 2015 7:49 pm

bethk

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I'll take two of each and extra of the streusel coffee cake to fuel me on my walk back to my car....

Looks fabulous!

30 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Fri Mar 27, 2015 9:55 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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jetfan27 wrote:Thank you Jimmy. The name is BagelEddy's and it is in Ship Bottom on Long Beach Island.
Oh yeah!...on the Boulevard near 18th.
The kids stay in Ship Bottom every year. Son Jimmys wives family rents a house there for the summer, and they come and go as they please. LBI has it all.

31 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Mon Mar 30, 2015 4:47 pm

jetfan27

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Thanks Norm and Barbara. Come and visit. I'll get you an onion bagel with a schmear!

32 Re: "St. Paddy's Day Dinner 2015" on Mon Jan 11, 2016 11:53 am

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We have a pot luck dinner planned for our building on St. Paddy's day. I will make my German potato/cabbage salad.

You boil potatoes, peel on, sautee a nice large sweet onion in some oil, then add shredded cabbage to the onion, add s/p a bit of vinegar, a bit of sugar, maybe a cup of water to cook the cabbage. When the cabbage is done, add the potatoes (now sliced) Mix everything well, adjust seasonings for taste. If you like caraway, add some of that. I don't like it, so it doesn't go into my dish.

I didn't post amounts 'cause I think everyone here can figure that out. Having approx. half cabbage, half potato is best. It keeps well, I prefer it warm, or even room temperature.

If you want to make it a one dish dinner, add some sausage to the cabbage as it's cooking.

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