Corned Beef And Cabbage: The Internet’s Meal Choice For St. Patrick’s Day
Corned beef and cabbage has been trending on Google all day, and having spent the better part of the day on the web, it’s clear that this is what many are eating today in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
Here’s what Twitter has to say about it:
Being a vegetarian when your mom is making corned beef and cabbage <<< so sad
Corned beef and cabbage is a Boston Brahman dish, NOT Irish. Source: Nana, who grew up in Ireland & cooked for Brahmans.
Okey doke! 1st televised Giants game this season noon today! Corned beef & cabbage cooking in the crockpot. I’m stoked!
Corned beef and cabbage isn’t even Irish, it’s just disgusting. God people, know your culture already.
My entire house smells like corned beef and cabbage. Gag me now. I hate corned beef
I’m thinking today is a corned beef and cabbage kind of day. And maybe some Bushmills.
#Dunedin Brewery. Sounds pretty darn good!Green nachos and corned beef ‘n cabbage wrap at
And on and on. It’s not technically a trending topic at the moment, but it might as well be, as the tweets for corned beef and cabbage are pouring in quite rapidly.
Of course talk (and photos and videos) about corned beef and cabbage are all over Facebook, Google+, Reddit, and others as well.
There are about 632 corned beef and cabbage videos on YouTube. If you’re in the mood to make some, here are some videos that might help you out: