It’s said that everyone is a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s a round-up to help you Eat, Drink and Be Irish, with 17+ recipes and St. Patrick’s Day inspiration from the kitchen to the table!
In anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m sharing a round-up of inspiration from the kitchen to the table to help you Eat Drink and Be Irish, along with a giveaway!
Click on the link below the photos for the complete recipe, sources and a taste of green!
You’ll find the giveaway details at the bottom of the post.☘
Ina Garten’s Easy Irish Brown Bread with Guinness
Hearty and slightly sweet with a distinctive malty flavor from Guinness Stout. This quick bread easy to make and oh so satisfying, served slathered with butter or alongside your favorite soup or Irish Stew for St. Patrick’s Day.
An easy blender recipe that’s ready in 5 minutes. One sip and you’ll never buy it again!
Tender and crumbly on the inside with a crunchy sweet exterior thanks to a little sparkling sugar and wonderful Irish Cream glaze. . . and oh the aroma while baking!!
Easy 5 Minute Irish Cream Fudge with Pistachios
Chocolaty and rich with a hint of Irish Cream, this fudge takes only 5 minutes to come together using the microwave. Pistachios add a salty note, balancing the sweet flavor and add a natural green color to pair with the Irish Cream for St. Patrick’s Day.
A sweet and salty treat for St. Patrick’s Day! Quick and easy to make to snack on and share, adjusting to your taste using with the mix-ins of your choice. Add some gold to the mix, known to attract leprechauns.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a kiss and an easy treat!
Create a flower arrangement and vase using a cabbage for spring or your St. Patrick’s Day celebration! Tutorial includes flower arrangement longevity tips and additional floral inspiration.
Chocolate Stout Cupcakes with Whiskey Ganache and Irish Cream Frosting
A sweet ending to your St. Patricks’ Day Celebration to help you Eat, Drink and Be Irish!
‘Hats Off to Leprechauns’ St. Patrick’s Day Table with Belleek Teapot Flower Arrangement
Create a table with mini leprechaun hats, edible pots of gold, a Belleck Irish Cottage Teapot flower arrangement and cabbage leaf bowls.
Leprechaun Hat Centerpiece DIY and Tablescape for St. Patrick’s Day
Mini desserts with Bailey’s Irish Cream Cheese Frosting
Irish Beef Stew with Irish Whiskey Soda Bread
A delicious stick-to-your-ribs Irish Stew and soda bread recipe with currants and caraway seed soaked in Irish Whiskey
Pulling Out the Green St. Patrick’s Day Table
Blooms, Belleek and Postcards on the Porch for St. Patrick’s Day
Coffee cake meets apple pie in Irish Apple Cake with Streusel Topping. Enjoy for dessert, with an afternoon cup of tea or as a breakfast treat
The Wearing of the Green on Potatoes
With Spinach Pesto and Baby Spinach 4-Leaf Clovers
Yukon Gold potatoes, Kerrygold Irish Butter and Kerrygold Cheddar Cheese
Fairy Lore Centerpiece and St. Patrick’s Day Table
A celebration in a bowl for St. Patrick’s Day with puff pastry shamrocks!
Cheesy and malty comfort food for St. Patrick’s Day
DIY Party Favor Cones for St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s Party Favor Cones are an easy craft project that start with scrapbook paper. These cones are as fun to make as they are to receive and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day if you’re feelin’ a wee bit Irish!
St. Patrick’s Day Table with Inspiration from an Irish Blessing
Beef Hand Pies with Cheddar-Stout Crust
Savory hand pies made with a flaky crust of Irish cheddar cheese and Guinness Stout and a make-ahead recipe for St. Patrick’s Day!
Avocado-Hummus Dip with Shamrock Chips and Irish Flag Veggies
A healthy appetizer to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with an Irish flag formation of veggies and Spinach Tortilla Shamrock Chips
Irish Bread & Butter Pudding with Salted Caramel-Whiskey Sauce
Bread pudding made Irish with the addition of whiskey soaked raisins, served with a delectable salted caramel-Irish whiskey sauce!
A three-ingredient appetizer for St. Patrick’s Day
Dog gone good treats made with healthy ingredients . . .applesauce, peanut butter, oats, whole wheat flour and spinach
Mini Guinness Chocolate Pudding Shooters
A dessert shooter for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration that mimics a frothy pint, made extra chocolaty with the addition of Guinness Stout!
In anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m sharing some love of The Irish
and giving away an Embroidered Irish Shamrock Table Runner
and Irish Cookbook.
Erin Go Bragh + Wearing of the Green for St. Patrick’s Day
Loads of Shamrocks St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape.
One winner will receive a 69″L x 13 1/2″W embroidered table runner with shamrocks
on a creamy white background with a scrolled border and lacy cutouts.
And a second winner will receive a copy of The Complete Irish Pub Cookbook
and shamrock kitchen towel. . .
In addition to best-loved favorites like Irish Stew, Colcannon, Brown Soda Bread with Molasses,
you’ll also find recipes for Rhubarb Crisp, Blue Cheese & Walnut Tartlets
and Slow-Roasted Shoulder of Lamb with Herb Dumplings.
To enter the giveaway and for a chance to win a shamrock table runner or cookbook:
☘️ Leave a comment telling me your favorite Irish food.
☘️ Subscribe by email and let me know by comment. Subscribers/followers automatically get a second entry.
☘️ For a third entry, Pin a photo from this post and leave an additional comment telling me so.
(The Pin/Save button pops up on the upper left corner of each photo.)
This giveaway is open to those living in the continental U.S. through midnight March 7th.
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
☘️ Erin Go Bragh ☘️
If you’re lucky enough to *bee* Irish, you’re lucky enough! ☘️
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What a fabulous post! Thanks for all the great recipes and decorating inspiration, Mary!
I have made the chocolate stout cupcakes. They are delicious!! I was in Ireland looking at linens for a table runner. I looked and looked and found a beautiful runner that was hand embroidered. It was sold in a lovely box. I could hardly wait to use it. I planned a tablesetting with it . Problem was that when I pulled it out of the box it was only embroidered at one end of the runner. Was i disappointed! Of course if I had known that I would not have purchased it. Oh well..lesson learned. Happy St Patrick’s Day to you!☘️🍻
Aww Mary, everything is so beautiful with all that pretty green and white and the food looks totally scrumptious. I remember making the humus and avocado, it’s wonderful! And the stout mac and cheese, the handpies, the stew, it was all very tasty! I would like to try that awesome looking fudge! Yum! I cherish my beautiful shamrock runner that your blessed me with and always say a prayer of thanks for you Mary. Blessings to you for generous heart of giving and many thanks! Your a sweet Lass! ☘☘☘
My favorite Irish food has got to be Irish butter – I know kind of weird but if you talking true Irish – got to be butter and perhaps an Irish cheddar.!! Now if we’re talking an Americanized Irish then corned beef and cabbage with potatoes & carrots and an Guinness chocolate cupcake!
Happy St Pat’s Day and thanks SO much for the recipes!
What a beautiful post! My all times favorite Irish food is Guinness Beef. It is the best.
My favorite holiday St. Patrick’s Day. Could it be because I’m 100% Irish. Oh those recipes to try. Scones,apple cake Stew. My favorite is a toss up between corn beef&cabbage or shepards pie. So many recipes So little time
Such great recipes! My go-to each year is Colecannon, mashed potatoes with cabbage. A bit of extra butter KerryGold is always helpful. It just seems so very Irish. The recipe I use came from my grandmother and I don’t know where she got it.
Love your Beleek honey jar with the bees!
Mary, Your St Patrick’s Day post is fabulous! Your various Irish china is so lovely. I enjoy all the beautiful table settings. Your give away table runner is absolutely gorgeous! My favorite meal is Irish stew. Thanks for the recipes. Happy Monday! Clara ❤️
Wow! I am so impressed with all of the vignettes you put together. Each one is beautiful!! I am keeping this tab open so I can try a few of the recipes. My favorite Irish meal is corned beef and cabbage with Irish soda bread. I pinned Ina Garten’s recipe for Irish brown bread, thanks for sharing. Your blog is one of my favorites.
What a generous giveaway as usual Mary! I just received my table runner on Saturday. I had remembered it from your post last year and ordered it. So excited to have it. Thanks for all the table inspiration and wonderful recipes. I never decorated for St Patrick’s Day until I started following you and just loved all the ideas. 💕
Look at all your good eats and fun over the years, you are a treasure!
My favorite dish for St Patrick’s Day is Irish potatoes !
I am never deleting this email. There are SO many great ideas here that I want to come back to it every St. Paddy’s. You have inspired me many times over the years. I want to make that centerpiece and the Ina bread. Favorite Irish food? Irish soda bread homemade with Irish butter (the only one we use). I just bought 4 placemats that look just like your runner from the Current catalog (or Colorful Images). I am starting a new board on Pinterest called St. Paddy’s Inspiration and pinned your Soda Bread, Irish cream liqueur, Scones, Floral Centerpiece, Brownie Trifles, Tablescape, Apple cake, Fairy Ring, Beef and Guiness pie, Beef hand pies, Bread pudding. Off to do that now. Thank you so much.
Good Morning from crazy California! I love corned beef. My late husband was Irish and we were married on Saint Patrick’s Day! Saint Patrick’s Day is STILL a big celebration for me! Beautiful Irish photos you have!!!
I am an email subscriber and very happy I am!
Thanks for the opportunity to win!! My favorite Irish food is Irish Soda Bread!!
WOW! Sooo many recipes!! Hard to choose but I think I’ll try the dark bread! Since this St. Patrick’s Day falls in the Lenten season, I don’t eat sweets but the bread looks like a favorite! Although I love your giveaways…I have already won an Irish table runner just like the one you are giving away now and several years ago, I won an Irish cookbook that you offered as a giveaway…therefore, I think I will forego an entry and give someone else a better chance of winning! GOOD LUCK to all! Mary, thank you for a beautiful post! BTW: I saved the Fairy picture regarding the Fairy Rings…we have several Fairy Rings in the warmer weather…they are magical!!
That is so nice of you.
I am so ready for March and St. Patrick’s Day fun! What a wonderful round up of your beautiful Irish recipes Mary, it’s hard not to want to make everything! My favorite Irish food is Bailey’s Irish Creme, I’ve got to try your recipe and make some. The runner is gorgeous ☘️
Mary, I just love this post! I truly enjoy Irish brown bread, and will try Ina’s recipe. My favorite food growing up was beef and barley stew, mother always made it for our family. I follow you and have pinned a photo.
Have a blessed day.
B’gosh Mary!! What a collection of fabulousness!!!☘️between all the recipes and all the tables there is so much to take in here!! Your photos are just beautiful! This is like a coffee table book of all things Irish!
I love irish soda bread.
I pinned several of the colorful vignettes. Clara❤️
Hi again! I am saving the beautiful runner to SaintPatrick’sDay, Home is Where the Boat Is pinterest!
These are my favorite posts: all your amazing recipes and tablescapes for the upcoming holiday in one place, thank you! Years ago, we visited Ireland and the B&B’s served delicious full Irish breakfasts which promptly put us to back to sleep (heavy carbs and protein!). Today, our favorite recipes include Guinness beer/stout to remind us of our fabulous trip: Irish Beef and Guinness Stew, Irish Nachos (yummy Cheese and Guinness beer sauce!) and Irish Corned Beef Tacos!
Wonderful ideas and recipes. I pinned several I’m going to try with our traditional boiled ham dinner. One of my favorite recipes for St Patrick’s is a white chocolate pistachio pavlova Happy March. Lynn
Lovely tablerunner. . . . my favorite Irish treat is muligatawny stew, curry chicken stew.
I pinned the puff pastry shamrocks to my Irish wisdom board. Yum.
I’ve been making Irish Soda Bread since 1979 & still have the very used green recipe card I picked up in a little Irish shop on St. Patrick’s Day in downtown Portland, Oregon. I usually make your delicious Irish Cream at Christmastime but after seeing it in this post I think I’m going to make some now too. We just moved to the central part of Oregon (high desert) & it appears that winter is going to be with us for awhile longer meaning nice hot coffee & Irish Cream to warm up with! Thank you for your beautiful, inspiring posts. I am an email subscriber and will pin. I come back to your recipes time and time again. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Oh Mary, you are the most generous with your lovely giveaways! You know how much I love your Irish Cream recipe, and I’d love to try every single dish that you prepared. Some lucky people will enjoy your generous gifts! ☘️ 💚 ☘️
My favorite Irish food is Irish Soda bread, baked by my friend Mary, from Ireland!🍀
Wow! Wow! Wow! This is a great post! Love all the recipes!!! Just love them all to hard to pick but I will. The scones. I did pin and post the tablecloth as it is beautiful!!!!!!!!!
Beautiful post for lots of St. Patrick’s Day inspiration! It is another day of rain and the Irish beef stew would be perfect for tonight’s dinner 💚
My favorite Irish food is Irish soda bread. or any bread for that matter :) I appreciate the chance to win. You have the neatest posts Mary. I saved the Loads of Shamrocks St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape to my pinterest board.
Oh Mary, thank you so much for all these wonderful recipes! My favorite Irish food is Irish Stew, but also the Irish Cream Scones, which I’ll be making in March for my St. Patrick’s Day Afternoon Tea! Those looked absolutely amazing! I also saved the scones to 3 of my Pinterest boards. The shamrock table runner is exquisite! ☘️🌈
I love scones! I am a subscriber also. Love all of your posts!
My favorite Irish meal would be corn beef and cabbage, yes it will be in the clow cooker come St. Patrick’s day. I think along with drink of Irish cream.
I do subscribe.by email
My pin is that wonderful table runner, how pretty.
Your ideas for decorating are always a joy! My favorite dish to serve for St. Patrick’s Day is corned beef with apricot, garlic and pepper glaze. I will be saving several of these ideas to incorporate this year. I really look forward to the Irish brown bread and some of the decorations.
Love this holiday ! You captured it perfectly. My favorite food is Irish Soda Bread—- yummy with soups, stews, sandwiches or just delicious with Irish Butter ❤️
Going to Ireland in May (2023) and you’ve got me craving Irish food !
Will pin this article too 👍
I love this holiday and will have a tough time deciding what to make!
Beautiful as usual with great photos. Growing up my mother always said “Irish potatoes” I love corned beef and cabbage with those Irish potatoes. I am a long time subscriber and I pinned everything.
BTW We want to know if Mr Boat has gained a few eating the leftover treats ?
What a beautiful collection of table settings and Irish recipes. My favorite is Cornbeef and cabbage, carrots and lots of potatoes served with a horseradish, mustard and sourcream sauce I have been making for years. Of course a basket of Irish soda bread and Kerry gold irish .butter is set on the table and quickly devoured. Everything tastes so much better on St Patrick’s Day. Must be the leprechauns giving me a hand with the cooking.
Erin go Braugh and a Happy St Patrick’s Day to everyone.
I love corned beef and cabbage and all things potato!
I am subscribed… beautiful post, btw!
I pinned the shot of the scones. Thanks for the giveaway!
What a beautiful post! So many ideas and recipes. My all time favorite Irish food is Irish Soda Bread with Irish Butter. I have the same Beleek Honey Pot. 🙂🍀
What a lovely giveaway! How nice of you. I have followed you when I had no idea what a blog was. I came upon your potting shed in a past blog post of yours …and it was then when I was sold on following you and on that day I began dreaming of a she shed for me. Now I know what a blog is and I have my very own she shed… all because of you!
I pinned the tablescapes and the Whiskey Soda Bread… I’ll be making your version this March 17th!
Take good care my friend.
Corned beef and cabbage–YUM!!!!!! This post is fabulous, Mary!!!
OH MY MY FAVORITE DISH IS OF COURSE CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE. AND I LOVE TABLE RUNNER
My favorite Irish food is Irish Stew–love your post!
Oh Mary! What an amazing post! Thank you for all the wonderful inspiration!!! ♣♣♣
No way I could pick a favorite – but I am a huge fan of Irish brown bread. I lived on it when my family and I were blessed to be able to visit Ireland many years ago. I am Irish on both sides, and it was the trip of a lifetime!
I have never owned an Irish cookbook – and that runner is stunning. If I win I will certainly get back to blogging about it!
Thank you for the opportunity to place my name in the hat to win this generous giveaway.
Tá meas agat!
My favorite Irish food is Irish stew.
I subscribe by email and I pinned the centerpiece picture. I enjoy your posts.
I love a great Irish stew. Could use on today in the freezing rain here in Michigan today.
I pinned many of these recipes eay. Today I pinned the tassies. My grands will be so excited by these.
My favorite Irish food is stew and brown bread always so yummy. Can’t wait to try your brown bread recipe for St. Patties day!
My favorite Irish food is beef stew with Guinness. Had in for the first time eating at The Hairy Lemon in Dublin. Will never forget that trip and the food. Back Roads Tour all over Ireland. Since I’ve discovered I’m a whole lot of Irish. Cherry
My favorite Irish food is Irish Soda Bread. I am a subscriber. Thank You for the recipes.
I pinned The Irish Runner.
Mary Thank You for the Irish recipes. Irish Soda Bread is my favorite Irish food, The chocolate cup cakes look delicious.
The Irish display is lovely. My favorite Irish food is the Irish soda Bread.
I’m so excited for St Patrick’s Day.. we have rented a house in Savannah on the beach and 12 of our family members will be staying there to celebrate the occasion!!! We will spend the day at the parade downtown & then my husband & his brother will attend a black tie dinner hosted by the Hibernian Society of Savannah.. he has waited 50 years to become a member & this year it happened for both of them! We are so very excited to celebrate my husband’s family heritage. We usually have an Irish meal of corned beef and cabbage with Irish soda bread and a toast with a special bottle of Tullamore! Thanks for such a wonderful blog post… I will be keeping each recipe.. 🍀🍀🍀
Love all the ideas! I make corned beef every year but love my moms apple cake especially. I can’t wait to try yours. My first name is Patricia so I celebrate every year.
My favorite Irish food is Lamb Stew, and of course you have to serve it with Irish Soda Bread. (I have used your recipe for Irish Beef Stew and substituted lamb stew meat).
Fun post! My favorite Irish food is definitely corned beef and cabbage. I pinned the 17 Recipes For St. Patrick’s Day because why just stop at one? Your pictures were inspiring; I can’t wait to decorate tomorrow.
What a wonderful post with so many lovely pictures and delicious recipes. My favorite Irish foods are Colcannon and Irish Apple Cake. The table runner is magnificent.
My favorite Irish food is stew & Irish soda bread.
I also pinned the Irish Cream Scone recipe to my St Patrick’s Day board.
Lovely post, as always! This is when I miss blogging most, St. Patrick’s Day. The blog crawl was always so much fun! Remember the dust up over the cupcake name? Crazy!
I don’t know which ☘️ Food I like best. I made 10 loaves of Soda bread today as I do most every week. I give it all away, I make a tiny cupcake size one for myself so I can taste it.
Have a great St. Patrick’s Day and thanks for the generous give away.
I wonder where the traveling Irish cloth ended up?☘️
I love a good Irish soda bread slathered in butter.
I’m a longtime subscriber.
My favorite Irish food is stew with Guinness and Irish Soda bread.
Mary, what a beautiful site with delicious looking recipes and entertaining ideas.
My favorite Irish food is soda bread with Irish butter when the bread is fresh out of the oven.
A feast for the eyes and the tastebuds too! I made your Irish Beef Stew with Irish Whiskey Soda Bread a couple of years ago and it was delicious. I’m a long time follower and email subscriber. Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win a beautiful shamrock runner! ☘️💚
I pinned your beautiful collage and table with shamrock runner! ☘️💚
My mouth is watering and my Irish eyes are smiling this morning. It’s cornbeef and cabbage for us on St. Patrick’s Day. Thank you for sharing this delicious round up. I’m an email subscriber. Thank you for the chance to win! ☘️☘️☘️
I pinned your Irish Cream Scones which I plan to make this year! Thanks again☘️☘️☘️
I love to dream that I am Irish 🤣 and Ireland is at the top of my places to visit although it will probably just be through pictures. I think Irish potato soup or the Irish meat pies are my favorite foods. I will be making that for hubby and the treats for my sweet Southpaw (a dachshund beagle pooch). My favorite picture was the one with the castle on the cliff and the delicious food pictures surrounding it. Thank you for the opportunity to win some amazing gifts.
Hi Mary…I saved the picture and recipe for the dog treats to Pinterest. Going to play in the dirt today as it is to get into the 70’s here in Virginia. Have a great day! Peace.
Mary, I’m not Irish, but I sure am feeling the vibe with this post. You certainly know how to get us in the mood to celebrate. One day I would love to travel to Ireland. It’s high on my list! Irish stew is a favorite, but I think Irish coffee might be my favorite. I’m putting away all the valentine things today, and green will soon be the center of attention.
My husband is from Dublin, and our favorite is his aunts Brown bread and Potato soup. Absolutely heaven on a cold day!
Pinned some photos!
Nobody does holidays like you do, Mary!
I’m drooling over all these delicious recipes. I have to say your Beef and Guinness Pot Pie is my hands down favorite recipe, it’s on our St. Patrick’s Day menu every year. I’m a long time follower and subscriber. Thank you for sharing your time and talent with us! Lisa ☘️
I pinned your Lucky Popcorn Mix and Eat, Drink and Be Irish photo. Thanks for the chance to win. Lisa ☘️
My favorite Irish Food is beef and Guinness stew! Yum!
I’m a subscriber!
I pinned the table runner photo. I just love this beauty!
I always enjoy your round-ups, but this one has to be a favorite. There’s so much to pin, that I’m bookmarking this page so I can come back! Plus, I gave up sweets for Lent. Not my best decision! ;P
BTW I do love the pretty table runner, and I’d love to win! My favorite Irish food is Boxty.
Loving the green colors of St Patrick’s Day and spring! So refreshing after such a cold, snowy winter. My favorite Irish food is Colcannon. I’m a long time followerer of your wonderful blog. Thank you for the chance to win! ☘️
I pinned your tablescape! I love how none of it screams I’m gerting drunk on green beer or leans too heavily into the fairy taleish stuff the holiday has picked up!
I pinned your Loads of Shamrocks table and Irish Cream photos. ☘️
Mary, this entire post makes me hungry. All these recipes look scrumptious, and I can’t wait to try a few. Thanks for sharing all this wonderful St. Patrick’s day inspiration! Happy Tuesday!
Hello Mary, Thank you for this lovely post and a chance to win! My sister-in-law is Irish, from County Clare, and I’ve invited her and my brother-in-law for a St Parick’s Day lunch. Your post has so many beautiful and yummy recipes to choose from! I can’t wait to try some for our get together! My favorite Irish dish is Shepherd’s Pie. Soooo goood!
I love corn beef & cabbage w boiled potatoes, drizzle w olive oil.
I am a big fan of Shepherd’s Pie. I dont eat it very often, but I love it when I do!
Irish Beef Stew is my favorite, along with Irish Soda Bread! Irish hot chocolate for dessert sounds yummy, and a couple of shamrock cookies, of course. :)
My favorite Irish supper is Corned Beef & Cabbage with Potatoes & Carrots – all in one pot. Thank you Mary for all the wonderful Irish recipes and decorating ideas! I am part Irish and will wish on my lucky charms and four leaf clovers for a copy of the Irish Pub Cookbook. “If it was raining soup, the Irish would go out with forks.”
I pinned the Pot of Gold Irish potato soup, the Guinnes Chocolate Pudding Dessert Shooters, the Eat Drink & Be Irish Collection and the 17 Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day.
My favorite Irish dish is lamb stew. I am an email subscriber and have been for years. I pinned the tablescape with the green pickup truck as the centerpiece. It’s so cute!
Well now I’m well and truly hungry for all things Irish! ☘️ My mom’s Irish Soda Bread is a favorite family but now I’m anxious to try Ina’s Irish Brown Bread with Guinness! I’m an email subscriber and follow you on FB.
I pinned the shamrock runner and first photo. Thanks for the opportunity, just love your blog! ❤️☘️
Somehow I missed this post so I’m glad you had a link to it with your Irish Apple Cake. I’m a long time follower of your blog and love all you do, especially your sweet pups! Irish Stew and Soda Bread are requirements for our St. Patrick’s Day dinner. ☘️☘️☘️
Pinned your last photo to my “Luck of the Irish” board. ☘️☘️☘️
I really enjoyed the food when we were in Ireland. The bread is fabulous! I think one of my favorite Irish dishes is colcannon.
I really enjoyed this post. I wish she would come out with a book of tablesettings. Your work is stellar. I am a subscriber and have been for a long time.
I love the Belleek Shamrock pattern. That is the picture I pinned.
I always LOVE your ideas for each Holiday and this week forwarded your info to my daughter Stephanie O’Brien when she mentioned she was thinking of celebrating St. Patrick’s her friends. .
My absolute favorite Irish food is Shepard pie which I make numerous times every year…. but I never let March 17th pass without putting on the corned beef and cabbage and making up a loaf of soda bread
Boxty pancakes. Yum fillings.
I’m a Irish potato type of girl.
Hello Mary! What a fun time of the year! All things Irish! I pinned your collage. You are such a wonderful photographer. Your fur babies look wonderful, happy, and healthy. My favorite Irish food is Fish and Chips! I am a long time subscriber, I estimate about 8 years!
OH MY, the photos of all of this food has me drooling! I am heading back to check out a few of your recipes! I love the cute idea of putting straws in your cupcakes, clever! I am Irish and married into a Polish family so we celebrate Pirish, a holiday made up by my daughters and their cousins!! My favorite Italian dish is Colcannon – I make it yearly to go with corned beef!
My favorite Irish meal is corned beef and cabbage! My family looks forward to it every year. Last year I cooked the corned beef in stout for the first time, recipe from Pinterest. It was the best I’ve ever made!
I pinned the Mac and cheese recipe! I’ve never heard or eaten anything like that for St Patrick’s Day. Want to try it! Thanks!
My family always gathers together to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. Your photos are so festive and a great inspiration! My favorite Irish dish has to be Shepherd’s Pie.
It’s not St. Patrick’s Day without my mom’s recipe of Iris Stew and Soda Bread. I’m an email subscriber and live the beautiful embroidered shamrock runner! Thank you for the opportunity. ☘️☘️☘️
I pinned the beautiful runner and first photo! ☘️☘️☘️
Your tablescapes are fabulous! Thank you for sharing them. My favorite thing to cook for St. Patti’s Day is Corned Beef and cabbage. I know, I know … that’s not an Irish tradition. But, it is in this German house 😁.
I will be trying the Irish Brown bread recipe ASAP. It looks yummy!