St. Patrick’s Day Feast
Follow package directions to make the corned beef the night before, refrigerate, and then pop it in the oven with our two-ingredient glaze the next day. Boil cabbage while the beef cooks for a traditional Irish side dish.
The Irish love their potatoes, and this soup truly makes the most of this humble, hearty vegetable. Sautéed onions and leeks are cooked with potatoes in chicken broth, pureed until smooth, and then served hot or cold and topped with chives and crumbled bacon.
We "dry-brine" this pork before grilling it with a salt-and-sugar mixture to make it extra flavorful and juicy. The Sticky Stout Barbecue Sauce boosts the flavor and juiciness even more.
Make a simple adults-only float using vanilla ice cream, creamy porter or stout, and a flavorful garnish of fresh raspberries and mint sprigs.
- Recipe: Porter Float
The recipe makes a lot, but you can easily freeze it for up to a month. The dip also makes great grilled cheese sandwiches or a topper for French fries, hot dogs, and chili.
- Recipe: Beer-Cheese Spread
Finish off the meal with a delicious Irish cheesecake. Our strawberry-swirled cake gets its Irish kick from sweet cream liquor. We tested the recipe with Bailey’s Irish Cream.
Break bread with friends and celebrate St. Patrick's Day with traditional Irish Soda Bread.
- Recipe: Irish Soda Bread
Meat-and-potato pies are popular in both Ireland and Britain. Shepherd’s Pie tops a beef and onion mixture with mashed potatoes; it makes for authentic comfort food.
- Recipe: Shepherd’s Pie
Buy an unsliced loaf of rye bread in the deli section of your grocery store or bakery, and cut thick slices with a serrated or bread knife.
- Recipe: Open-faced Coleslaw Reubens
The Irish cream liqueur in this cake makes the recipe extra-special. Butterscotch filling and a cream cheese frosting make it divine.
- Recipe: Irish Cream Cake