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Laurie Figone Shares Her Awesome Corned Beef & Slaw Recipes Just In Time For St. Patty's Day

wrdunbar | Mar 5, 201506:59 AM    

Laurie Figone is known as the World Dessert Champion and more locally as a great cook.

She was recently interviewed on Positively Petaluma and she offered her recipes for Corned Beef with a Kick and her Crowd Pleasing Slaw just in time for St. Patrick's Day that I thought you would enjoy. These two delicious dishes go great together.

The recipes are embedded in the article. Enjoy!

Interview: Local Girl Makes Good Food! #Petaluma's Laurie Figone is the World Dessert Champ

Last year Laurie Figone, born and raised on a ranch just outside of Petaluma, was declared the 2014 World Dessert Champion. In the last five years Figone...

www.positivelypetaluma.com
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