Corned Beef Hash with Poached Eggs
 

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Corned Beef Hash with Poached Eggs, trouble — 10 Comments

  1. Good luck. I battle to get out a couple of sentences at Alliance française each week but 30 whole minutes – that is another level completely!! The dogs would be a distraction but even photos of the dogs to illustrate some of their antics might help. I’m sure they wouldn’t have asked if they did not think you could do it. If you can get the children joining in , they may take over from you!
    I haven’t done corned beef for years, I tend to do a Boston butt instead but this weekend it is ostrich steaks on the barbecue to celebrate the sun returning .

  2. YES – take the dogs. The kids will be so excited by those that they won’t care what you say. 🙂

    I appreciated what you said about corned beef not being Irish. It is funny to me how everyone serves it up on March 17th (mine is already boiled – I finish it off in the oven with a glaze). I remember when my friend from Ireland first heard about the St. Patrick’s Day corned beef and cabbage tradition. She was horrified.

  3. Third graders will have a hard time sitting through 30 minutes. Maybe tell them about the life of a ” typical” American third grader? What sports, what interests, what their school experience is like? If you have family pictures you can use to illustrate ( nieces,nephews) they will enjoy pictures. It seems scary but so nice that these youngsters will have your views to counteract the prevailing picture of Americans depicted in our movies and tv shows. Leave time at the end for their questions. That will shorten the time you spend presenting and will engage them more actively. Wow, good luck! When do you have to be ready?

  4. Good luck with that Katie. So gracious of you to be willing to do it. I have no suggestions but wish you well. Love your hash. Let us know how it went. Dogs always help.

  5. I’ll make corned beef and cabbage tomorrow. I only make it a couple times a year because it’s very expensive near me most of the time.

    History.com has a short article on how it became a tradition here in the US:

    http://www.history.com/news/hungry-history/corned-beef-and-cabbage-as-irish-as-spaghetti-and-meatballs

    And I agree! Take the dogs. Kids don’t care a whit about what you have to say when there’s an animal in the room. 🙂

  6. Don’t take the dogs – take cookies!

    They love to participate at that age. How about taking a big map of America and asking them to name some cities, then show them where they are on the map and give a little anecdote about the cities they name – New York = Statue of Liberty or bagels, Los Angeles = cinema, Boston = Tea Party!

    I’m not American, can you tell?

  7. Tanna, the dogs are always a hit – but maybe too big….

    Gill, haven’t had corned beef since we left the U.S., Never heard of it in Ireland

    Jerry, pig heads – the love pig heads LOL

    Pam, but I haven’t been in a third grade – or talked to a third grader in years….

    Thanks, Penny, I never did learn how to say now 😉

    Nightsmusic, thanks for the link – interesting… I love it and used to make it in winter.

    Kate, maps are good… and pictures of animals. They have McDo’s here for the burgers LOL

    syrahsuzie, cookies…. Too bad it’s not closer to Christmas.

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