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Did you know that Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000 year lease in 1759 for his original 4 acre brewery site? Since then, the Guinness brewery has grown to cover more than 50 acres, and has become the number one tourist destination in Ireland. The lease no longer applies as the company has since purchased all […]

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Guinness-Glazed Ham with Braised Cabbage

Traditional Irish holiday meat of choice? Pork. It wasn’t until the 1800’s that Irish-American immigrants latched on to corned beef as a less expensive alternative when they arrived in this country.  Mix Guinness with some sugar and spicy mustard for a dark, sweet-savory sauce that complements the ham’s smoky flavor. The recipe calls for only a […]

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