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Get you Irish on this St. Patrick’s Day with a fabulous, festive feast.
Corned beef and cabbage is traditionally boiled, but I prefer to roast it in the oven. I also toss the vegetables in horseradish butter to amp up the flavor — it makes ALL the difference.
Gorgeously (or shockingly?) green, this broccoli purée is a welcome change from the usual steamed or roasted broccoli. It’s also a great low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes.
Jam-packed with tiny sweet currants, flecked with caraway seeds, and sprinkled with coarse sugar, these soda bread muffins are a delicious cross between muffins and scones.
The lamb in this hearty stew is braised in a flavorful Guinness-spiked broth until fall-apart tender.
Dotted with currants and caraway seeds, this soda bread is wonderful for breakfast, a snack or a side dish.
This creamy potato leek soup is quick, easy, and adaptable — top it with bacon, fried leeks, fresh herbs, or diced vegetables to make it your own.
This classic beef stew is the ultimate cold weather comfort food. After a few hours in the oven, the meat becomes meltingly tender and enveloped in a rich wine sauce.
This quick bread is made with extra sharp cheddar, which gives it a crisp, golden crust and tender, cheesy interior.
The epitome of simple, homey comfort food, shepherd’s pie is a casserole consisting of creamy mashed potatoes atop a rich and bubbly stew.