What’s Cooking on St. Patrick’s Day?

Saturday March 17, 2018 is St. Patricks Day, a religious holiday to honor the death of St. Patrick with a feast. While you’re cooking your feast, wear your green, find a lucky shamrock and follow the rainbow to your pot of gold with our St. Patrick’s Day favorites.


Irish Sausage Rolls – A fun and delicious Saint Patrick’s Day appetizer to serve your family and friends. In Ireland, sausage rolls are very popular.  You can find them served at pubs, home parties, and can even be purchased ready made at bakeries. I was introduced to these rolls by a family friend, Rhonda Mulholland, and set to work to research for traditional recipes.  This recipe is easy to assemble. For a time saver you can use pre-made puff pastry. You can also make the rolls larger for a meal.  Even the younger picky eaters will enjoy these sausage rolls!

Corned Beef Bubble and Squeak – Recipe is a great way to make use of those wonderful Corned Beef and Cabbage leftovers. Bubble and Squeak is a traditional Monday lunch in England to take the leftover potatoes and vegetables from Sunday supper and fry it up to enjoy for lunch the next day with eggs, bacon, and/or any leftover meat.

Guinness Black Bottom Cupcakes – If you are a devotee of Guinness Chocolate Cake, then you will delight in our recipe for Guinness Black Bottom Cupcakes with an Irish Cream filling!  We took the classic recipe for black bottom cupcakes and gave them a festive Saint Patrick’s Day makeover.

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Irish Lamb Stew

Irish Lamb Stew Recipe

Oven Method – Stove Top Method – Slow Cooker Method – Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Method   Last year for Saint Patrick’s Day, my daughter, Brenda, went back and forth … Continued

Irish Colcannon Potatoes

Irish Colcannon Potato Recipe

Stove Top & Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Instructions Mashed Potato with Kale and Bacon Irish Colcannon Potato Recipe is a true Irish soul food.  The dish consists of mashing together … Continued

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