Contrary to popular belief, corned beef and cabbage is not traditional Irish fare. But when the Irish came to America, they found that their beloved bacon was rather dear, while corned beef was a cheaper alternative. This dish is a truly beautiful, all Irish, alternative to the corned beef supper. This uses a whole piece of bacon, rather than slices. You may need to special order this from your butchers.
These hearty, spicy sandwiches are perfect for a meal on the go or a snack for the game.
Very tender, very flavorful vegetable side. Based on this recipe, seems like Army cooks don't think much of cabbage. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Italian and Irish cuisine got together and spawned this delicious, beefy snack. Serve on St. Patrick's Day for a different twist to the holiday.
Give your jaws a break and make this very quick soup with all the flavor of a deli sandwich.
Like a corned beef pie in a baking dish, this meaty casserole will make your St. Patrick's Day dinner.
If you must have quiche, have a quiche that's full of beef, cheese, cream and crackers.
An easy appetizer for your St. Patrick's Day party, these meatballs hide that traditional Irish favorite, cabbage.
2 to 3 lb. top round roast. Bag of baby carrots, Few stalks of celery, 4-5 potatoes cubed, fresh green beans cut, salt, lots of pepper, 3 cloves of garlic diced. Oh and the main ingredients: a pot of coffee and a Guinness.
St. Patrick's Day cooking doesn't get easier than this. Corned beef goes in your slow cooker with beer, comes out 8 hours later, fork-tender and ready to feast on. Boil some potatoes and you're ready to party.
If you, like me, enjoy a good--dare I say, great--corned beef sandwich, try this recipe. Corned beef: it's not just for Saint Patrick's Day.
Tender beef roast to feed a crowd, flavored by Guinness(R) beer and honey. Put this in the slow cooker in the morning and come home to the finest dinner you'll have all month.
A traditional Irish comfort food, perfect for the family or just for two. Brush the top with a bit of melted butter for a beautiful, golden brown top.
I've always loved beer can chicken, but this is my take on it with Coca Cola instead. It's very similar to beer can chicken with a few key differences.
This takes some of my favourite things from Ireland (Black Pudding, good cheese, potatoes, and stout), and turns them into a fun evening meal. Black pudding can be found online, or try a butchers/grocers that carries a British or Irish selection. If you don't eat blood, then substitute with a slice or two of fine quality ham or corned beef.
A slow cooker recipe for some traditional-style Irish corned beef and cabbage that smells as good as it tastes. Sweet potatoes added for those whose diet prefers them.
A savory new take on a time-tested favorite.
This is our favorite recipe to make when the weather gets cold. It's so easy and delicious. We make this at least once a month throughout the winter.
Bring this traditional St. Patrick's Day recipe outside--cook it in Dutch oven on your grill.
Put this in your slow cooker the night of March 16th and you'll have an Irish feast ready to eat all day in honor of St. Paddy. Inspired by Ickenham's "Irish Beef Stew with Guinness Beer."