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If green beer isn’t your thing, that’s okay. You can still celebrate the luck of the Irish with a festive St. Patrick’s Day 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.
Jam-packed with tiny sweet currants, flecked with caraway seeds, and sprinkled with coarse sugar, these Irish soda bread muffins are a cross between muffins and scones.
The lamb in this rich stew is braised in a flavorful Guinness-spiked broth until it almost falls apart.
This Irish soda bread is dotted with currants and caraway seeds. Serve it as you would cornbread: for breakfast, a snack, or side dish.
The epitome of simple, homey comfort food, shepherd’s pie is a casserole consisting of creamy mashed potatoes atop a rich and bubbly stew.
This easy soda bread is made with extra sharp cheddar, which gives it a crisp, golden crust and tender, cheesy interior.
This creamy potato leek soup is quick, easy, and delicious. Top it with bacon, fried leeks, fresh herbs, or diced vegetables. There are endless variations; just use your imagination to make it your own.
You have to have something green on St. Patrick’s Day! This purée is a welcome change from the usual steamed or roasted broccoli, and it’s also a great low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes.
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 red wine sauce.