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Top ‘o the Morning to you and yours! We’ve been getting excited about St. Patrick’s Day around here. (It’s hard not to, living so close to Boston.) Whether you hail from the Emerald Isle or not, it’s always fun to have a good excuse for celebrating! Last week I shared some fun ideas for rainbow-hued treats and eats with you, but today it’s all about hearty, comforting foods inspired by Irish favorites. Corn beef and cabbage happens to be my favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipe and my mom makes a yummy version in the crockpot. I can’t wait for it this year!
We’re talking about corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and meat pies. I’ve found enough recipes to help you celebrate all day long on March 17th. Hold on to your arteries, folks, because these meals are not for dieters! So, obviously….you’re going to love these ideas for mealtime celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day.
Corned Beef Sandwich from Girl Carnivore
Irish Eggs Benedict with Corned Beef and Cabbage Hash from Fabtastic Eats
Bangers and Colcannon with Guinness Onion Gravy from Closet Cooking
Irish Bread Braid from Tablespoon
Boxty (Irish Potato Cakes) from Irish Central
Pot of Gold Irish Potato Soup from Home is Where the Boat Is
Irish Stew and Celtic Trinity Knots from Jo and Sue
Mini Shepherd’s Pie from One Sweet Appetite
Steak & Guinness Pie from The Cutting Edge of Ordinary
Crockpot Dublin Coddle from Cooking in Bliss
Homemade Corned Beef and Cabbage from Happy Money Saver
I almost forgot, my mom’s famous corn beef and cabbage!
My son loves the idea of trying to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and hoping to find a cute little leprechaun in our back woods. I wonder if he will find him this year? 😉
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