The green beer part is pretty easy. Use it to wash down some easy Irish food such as Slow Cooker Irish Lamb Stew. Sláinte!
This recipe is over 300 years old! I found it in an old cookbook and cherish it dearly. Bear in mind this is a very dense, very rustic loaf, and creates a very hard crust. But it is fun for an authentic Irish treat. Because of the recipes age, all of the rising comes from the buttermilk, rather than bread soda (baking soda). If you prefer a lighter loaf, you may add 1 t. of bread soda to the dry ingredients.
This is a recipe direct from my Irish/Welsh ancestors. Keep in mind, sugar and other ingredients were hard to come by before the early 1900's.
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.
A basic, yummy, Irish soda bread. The cake flour gives it a light and airy consistency, while the butter gives it a nice flavor and crunch.
Here's a thick, heavy soda bread perfect for soaking up the last drops of stew in your bowl or the beer in your stomach!
Dried fruits add some chewy sweetness to this dense quickbread flavored with a couple scoops of caraway seeds.
This Soda Bread has been a favorite in my mother's kitchen for as long as I've been alive. Just mix the ingredients and place in a regular size loaf pan as their is no need to let it rise. It's cakelike texture makes it a wonderful treat right out of the oven or even better in the toaster with butter and jam the next day. I hope you all enjoy it.
A great holiday cake for Christmas, St. Patty's Day, or any special occasion. Easy to make and very sweet! Try adding green sugared jelly candies on bottom around cake for decorating tips! Have fun!
This a recipe that I got from my Family. My grandparents were Irish and they fixed this when we a family gathering. Unfortunately they never made enough.
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.
A big hearty soup that feeds a crowd--made with three legendary Irish ingredients: Corned beef, cabbage, and beef.
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.
These ranch beans have been confused with mild chili at times but they're just good eatin' beans. And you don't want to stand near the campfire after downin' a plate or 2 of these babies.
Green beer is a must for your St. Patrick's Day party, and it couldn't be easier.