To braise a pot roast start by searing the pot roast on high heat in a large skillet on the stove. This will begin the cooking process and begin to break down the muscle fibers in the pot roast. Once the pot roast has been seared on all sides for about five minutes submerge the pot roast in a large pot or slow cooker irish stew recipes that has enough water to cover about half of the pot roast. Then place a lid on the pot roast to seal in the steam that arises during cooking. Slow cook the pot roast for 4-5 hours until the pot roast is well done and fork tender.
After pondering the menu for a few minutes, we found several things that looked like they were worth trying, but we both ordered irish stew made with lamb, carrots and potatoes in a hearty gravy. Our meal was promptly served with a slice of hearty brown bread and butter. Neither one of us had room for dessert this time and I was not hungry again until the following morning. The stew was $10.99 each and the total for two people including tip was $31.00.
Spray Crock-Pot with non-stick cooking spray. Add all ingredients to Crock-Pot and mix well. Cook on LOW for 6 - 8 hours or HIGH for 3 - 4 hours. Serve warm. Can be served with ice cream for a decadent treat.
When it is time to melt the wax, be sure to have a pot made specifically for candle making, or create your own double boiler using a large pot for the water, and a smaller pot or can for the wax. It is never a good idea to simply melt the wax in a irish pot on the stove. Also with regards to melting the wax, be certain that you have a reliable way of controlling the temperature of the wax, and a candy or cooking thermometer. If the wax get too hot, it may burst into flames.ruining your day at the least and at the worst, quite a fire hazard.
If you are concerned about your Tea staying fresh for a good amount of time, try not to buy so much of it at one time. Many people buy Tea in bulk, but the reality is that the Tea will start to diminish in quality by the time all of it is consumed.
The dinner menu at Maggie McGee's is limited with mostly chicken, steak, and seafood plates ranging from $9.00 to $15.00. They have appetizers, soups and salads also. While they promote themselves as an Irish Pub, they do not have traditional Irish food on their daily menu. The best thing to do for St. Patrick's Day at Maggie McGee's is call to see what special events they are planning.