I want to tell a neat story about my dear sweet husband. Last night I hear him say "Oh yay! I found it!" Apparently he had been looking for this photo of us clear back from 1991 and he was so excited that he posted it on Face book (a place he rarely likes to go) The caption says Me and my best friend in 91. Cool right? But Wait....there's more....the reason he had been looking so earnestly for it is because he has been carrying this picture and the picture of me in my high school graduation cap and gown for over 20 years in his wallet and they are showing the wear if not nearly ruined. How sweet is it that he has had my pictures with him all this time??? I am not going to pretend that everything has always been perfect but he has been and will always be my truest friend. He loves me in a way I do not understand except that I feel the same for him. We are blessed to experience something this amazing! When we married I KNEW it was right then and it is still right today. I thank my lucky stars every day that I did not question what I knew to be right and allow those who (with the best intentions) try to talk us out of marrying so young. We were 18 and 20. The best decision I have ever made! I don't know much but I KNOW I love him and that he loves me...that may be all I need to know.
Ok this my friends is my tried and true corned beef recipe. St Patricks Day is coming and we need to get ready for it! Am I right? This method turns out tender and juicy corned beef every time! It never dissapoints. I prefer to use a point cut because it is more marbled with fat and in turn has more flavor. It you are interested in a beautiful slice choose a flat cut. It will still be very good. Its mostly about preference here. Instead of adding a recipe card this time, I will just have a little how to. Its too easy for a full on recipe format. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out in the comments below the post. You will need a corned beef big enough for your crowd, which is approx 1/2 a pound per person. 2 onions quarted extra pickling spice (found in the spices section of the grocery store and can sometimes be found with the canning supplies) 1. Add the quartered onions to the bottom of your slow cooker 2. Place the corned beef on top of them so the roast isnt
He is a good man! I love that he has been carrying them around for 20 years! He loves you!ReplyDelete
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