A Menu To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

A Menu To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
St. Paddy’s Day: The day you want to be Irish, history, and cultural.I’m going to show you how to make the corned beef 2 bastardized ways: one braising without nitrates and one with slow-roasting. I’ll also include how to make colcannon your own way, and a pot o’ gold, 24K dessert that is!


Ok, you must speak in an Irish accent all day long to benefit from this luck of the Irish!

So hold on to your shillelagh and be sure to check out my delicious Irish recipes for this day of celebration…

Corned beef over the mighty Colcannon.
Irish Cream Bread Pudding – The Pot of Gold 24K

According to Irish Myth...

St. Patrick of Ireland used the “green” shamrock as a symbol of the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Another debatable issue is to whether he drove snakes out of Ireland or not. Hate snakes…too scary to imagine. He was probably drinking way too much green beer…LOL!

Irish Cream Bread Pudding a Pot of Gold

March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, a day of food, drink and good times.

Did you know that St. Paddy’s Day is the most celebrated of days! Definitely a green day…green beer and shamrocks a’plenty.

And you would be amazed of the surprising places where the Irish national holiday is celebrated

From Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tokyo,Japan; Singapore; Perth, Australia; Norway, Sweden; Mumbai, India; to Moscow, Russia! I am probably sure that I have missed a couple of other places on this earth. You have to check this out, IrishCentral.com.

You can bet on this lad’s and lassie’s that they are stocked up with plenty of stout and Irish whiskey, great food, and Irish folk music.

To the last meatball…


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