Gingerbread from Irish Traditional Cooking by Darina Allen
Chocolate biscuit cake
Irish Blue Cheese Burgers!
Potato, cheddar and rosemary bread
Pan Boxty from Irish Traditional Cooking by Darina Allen
baby barmbracks, an Irish tea bread studded with tea and sherry-soaked fruit
Hot cross buns with cranberries and apricots
Baileys Irish Cream Cupcakes
Rich chocolate-y brownies studded with butterscotch chips and sweet Irish cream
Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake with Bailey's Buttercream.
"Uncorned" beef - spice rubbed brisket with a beer braise - beets give the brisket a red color.
Irish Cream Brownies with a whipped Mascarpone topping
You won't mind drinking your calories with this popular Swiss chocolate bar inspired cocktail.
Irish nettle soup
Mexican Chocolate Guinness Cake - A little fusion of Irish and Mexican.
Double Chocolate, Double Guinness Bundt Cake. A super rich, moist and chocolaty cake that contains no eggs!
Irish Trinity Cake: Guinness chocolate cake, Jameson ganached filling, and Bailey's frosting.
The grenadine was a huge plus for me, also the name, which sounds terribly Victorian Era Music Hall Dancer – did you see Wild Irish Rose last night at the Palladium?
Seafood Chowder and a brown bread recipe inspired by a trip to Ireland. Fresh seafood, chunks of potatoes, and creamy broth. Light on fat and calories!
Beef and Guinness Stew
Why do we eat Corned Beef on St. Patrick's Day?
Irish Soda Bread from Baking With Julia cookbook
For this week's Tuesdays with Dorie, we made Irish soda bread. So easy.
Irish Soda Bread, a simple and easy addition to any meal.
Got leftover corned beef and cabbage? Don't throw it out, make egg rolls!
Irish Soda Bread
Chocolate Chip Irish Soda Bread. A flavorful and easy recipe served at Lauren's Plate
This redhead's St. Patrick's Day tradition: Irish soda bread
A lightened up Chocolate Guinness Pudding with Baileys Whipped Cream
Orange zest and currants add a zesty hit of flavor to this traditional Irish soda bread.
This basic Irish soda bread recipe deserves to be part of your everyday repertoire, not just for March 17.