Popular on St. Patrick's Day, this dish was actually born in America when Irish immigrants substituted it for bacon in their traditional cabbage dish.
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.
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.
Have leftover corned beef? Turn it into these simple, hot, cheesy sandwiches.
Classic, traditional, and incredibly easy thanks to the inventor of the slow cooker. No slaving all day over an open hearth--just plug in the slow cooker and spend your day enjoying other modern inventions like football, cars or rock music.
The ideal St. Patrick's Day breakfast (or to make the weekend after with your leftover corned beef).
Like major flavor with your breakfast? Check out the incredible seasoning in this meaty breakfast casserole--Worcestershire sauce, mustard, cayenne pepper, onion--amazing tastes in every filling bite.
Very simple for anyone to make and all to enjoy.I am always asked for this recipe and to bring it to all the parties.Add your favorite crackers and it's a hit everytime!!
A casserole variation on a Reuben sandwich, with corned beef, blue cheese dressing, and sauerkraut.
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.
Bring this traditional St. Patrick's Day recipe outside--cook it in Dutch oven on your grill.
None of your distracting broccoli to get in the way of this casserole. Just meat and potatoes--and, for crunch, potato chips.
A simple, tasty breakfast casserole. Way cheaper and better than the same thing at your local greasy breakfast joint.
Add some color to your breakfast with this simple hash recipe. It comes out red!
Just the basics here. Some chopping, some frying, and breakfast is ready to go.
Out of bread? Turn your reuben sandwich fixin's into a hearty, creamy topping for baked potatoes. Super for your St. Paddy's Day leftovers, if you have any.