Our menu usually consists of corned beef, potatoes, cabbage, and irish soda muffins. Check out these variations on these traditional St. Patrick’s Day foods…
Corned Beef & Cabbage
Slow Cooker Corned Beef & Cabbage from Food Network ~ I love slow cooker recipes!
Corned Beef & Cabbage from All Recipes ~ Simple way to cook corned beef by boiling.
Corned Beef & Cabbage from Simply Recipes ~ The picture is enough to make me want to try this recipe!
Homemade Corned Beef from Martha Stewart ~ Yum…a homemade brine.
Colcannon Potatoes from Taste of Home ~ They sound delish.
Irish Herbed Potatoes also from Taste of Home ~ Yum, yum!
Irish Leek and Potato Soup from Food.com ~ Serve as an appetizer to your main entree!
Cheddar Topped Shepherd’s Pie from Martha Stewart ~ Love that is has sharp cheddar on top.
Soda Bread Biscuits from Simply Recipes ~ They look easy and appetizing.
Irish Soda Bread from Taste of Home ~ If one reader says it’s the best they’ve ever had, it might be worth checking out!
Irish Soda Bread recipe from Martha Stewart ~ Looks so hearty! Love that is calls for wheat bran!
Barefoot Contessa’s Irish Soda Bread from Food Network ~ I bet the buttermilk and orange zest really make this recipe taste amazing.
Irish Coffee from Food Network ~ Always a great way to end a meal…with coffee.
Floating Four Leaf Clovers from Taste of Home ~ Easy but so festive!
Hot Nutty Irishman from Martha Stewart ~ Kahlua, liqueur, and coffee…mmmm.
Stout Float from Food Network ~ This could actually be a dessert, too.
Strawberry & Apple Crumble from Food Network ~ I love fruity desserts!
Irish Coffee Cupcakes from Martha Stewart ~ Perfect treat to go with your Irish coffee!
Chocolate Mint Brownies from All Recipes ~ Chocolate and mint sounds perfect together.
Irish Bananas from All Recipes ~ Perfect served with vanilla ice cream!
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