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Between New Year’s and Easter, there just aren’t enough party days on the calendar. So, why not celebrate the Irish with a Guinness and a parade?

Making the Most of Irish Food

Guinness and Ghost Steak Pie

St. Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to drink a couple of dark stouts – and to cook with them. And when you’re not prepared for your average Irish meat pie, Mad Dog is really what you need t take it to the next level. Surprisingly, this recipe is quite[…]

Guinness and Ghost Steak Pie

Blazing Bacon Boxty

Sure, the Irish aren’t really known for their amazing cuisine; you go to an Irish pub for the booze, not the food. But, when St. Patrick’s day rolls around, we totally understand if you want to cook up an Irish feast to go with your Guinness. Boxty is a traditional[…]

Blazing Bacon Boxty

Blazing Bacon and Cabbage Soup

Heading out to a St. Patrick’s Day parade? You’ll want to come home to this incredible, traditional Irish soup. Sure, we’ve totally traded in the bland for the blazing, but we don’t think there’s anyone that will disagree with our changes. Really, this soup for four is as warming as[…]

Blazing Bacon and Cabbage Soup

Crackling Colcannon

For the fiery redness of stereotypical Irish hair, food from this island is hardly known for its flavor and heat. We’re changing all that with this traditional Irish dish. Now, you’ll need quite a few pots and pans to make this work, but it really is the most delicious way[…]

Crackling Colcannon