Are there traditional foods to serve on St Patrick's Day?
What Irish foods should be served at a St. Patrick's Day Party?
Corned beef, cabbage and boiled potatoes are the traditional foods for St. Patrick's Day.
Corn beef and cabbage is very traditional, but we like to green everything up with food dye some years. Lots of fun.
Anything green. Corned beef & cabbage, shepherds pie, Guinness stew (with lamb or beef), bangers and mash (sausage and mashed potatoes), fish & chips, potato leek soup. Basically anything considered Irish. I really like boxties, which is kind of like an Irish crepe.
To top it all off, you can have Irish cream cheesecake for dessert! And don't forget your beer: my favorites are Smithwick's (pronounced Smitt-icks) and Guinness but there are plenty more to try! Harp, Murphy's, OHara's... just to name a few.
Celebrate your Irish roots with traditional St. Patrick's Day foods, shared with family and friends. Start your own traditions with variations on these foods. read more
Need an easy cabbage recipe for St. Patrick's Day or any day? Use ham as a cheaper alternative to the traditional corned beef and cabbage. Add vegetables and use caraway seeds to wake up the flavor! read more
by Lisa Brown 5 years ago
What else can you eat with corn beef on St.Patrick's Day?
by Twila Nelson 6 years ago
Got Corned Beef and Cabbage ? Are you dying to share that secret ingredient.?
by mrpip 5 years ago
What was your favorite St. Patrick's Day memory?
by itakins 6 years ago
How will you spend St. Patrick's day?If you celebrate -how will you do it? If you don't celebrate -why not ?
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
Tomorrow I will be celebrating St Patrick's Day and so I will not be Hubbing - I will not enjoy the day and night celebrations I will simply be doing it all for Ireland ha ha - and if you see our Prime Minister in America - he will be giving Obama a vase of shamrock - you can keep him in exchange...
by Nare Gevorgyan 6 years ago
Any good St. Patrick day menu ideas?
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