by Lauren Piro in Holidays, View All Posts, March 17th, 2017
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, March 16th, 2017
We’re 100% on-board with indulging in a little green food coloring on St. Patrick’s Day (St. Paddy’s cupcakes and shakes just wouldn’t be the same without it). But don’t forget that some of your favorite (and nutritious) foods are already green. So if a last-minute hunt for green food dye can’t happen, find the holiday shade in ingredients you might already have in your kitchen. Here are a few delicious recipe ideas.
Parmesan Roasted Broccoli
With over 300 five-star reviews, Ina Garten’s easy broccoli side (amped up with lemon zest, pine nuts and Parm) is a perennial hit — making it much more celebratory than you might assume a veggie can be.
by Allison Milam in Holidays, March 14th, 2017
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just about green beer and corned beef. You can incorporate Irish tradition and folklore into your St. Patrick’s Day diet with recipes inspired by shamrocks, leprechauns and a pint of Guinness. Make one of these festive desserts for your holiday celebration.
Green Velvet Cupcakes (pictured above)
When it comes to these cupcakes, presentation is everything. You’ll cut three cupcakes in half for the shamrock stems, which is ideal for anyone who always asks to split one.
by Foodlets in Family, Holidays, Recipes, March 13th, 2017
Even if decking yourself in green on St. Patrick’s Day isn’t your thing, odds are you can get down with some traditional Irish foods. These hearty dishes are so good, we don’t wait around for St. Paddy’s Day to dig in — but we’re so glad to have another excuse.
Tyler Florence treats brisket to a flavor-packed brine, before slow-cooking it in a Dutch oven for hours on end. In the end, he achieves fall-apart Corned Beef and Cabbage you’ll want St. Patrick’s Day or any day.
by Sara Ventiera in Restaurants, March 12th, 2017
From a vibrant-green pancake breakfast to hearty dinners with the requisite corned beef, we’ve got kid-friendly fare to keep St. Patrick’s Day festive. Check out all of our ideas below.
Spinach Pancakes and Corned Beef Hash (pictured above)
Get things off to a delicious and satisfying start with these surprisingly velvety pancakes, plus all the fixings.
by Amy Reiter in News, February 10th, 2017
As the saying goes, “On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone’s Irish.” This international holiday, which honors the patron saint of Ireland, provides the perfect excuse for everyone (whether actually Irish or not) to drink, eat and be merry. Get into the spirit with these chefs, who share their favorite spots to score Irish pub classics. Read more
by Emily Lee in Holidays, Recipes, March 17th, 2016
As February arrives and the march to St. Patrick’s Day begins, McDonald’s can be counted on to return its beloved Shamrock Shake (pictured above) to menu boards across the land. Cool, minty, sweet and so, so green — what could be better than a Shamrock Shake?
How about a chocolate Shamrock Shake? Yes, McDonald’s is shaking up its stalwart seasonal offering with four additional variations on its popular theme.
by Lauren Piro in Holidays, Recipes, March 16th, 2016
On St. Patrick’s Day, it seems we’re either donning head-to-toe green, rushing out to join a band of revelers, or sitting down to an austere dinner of dry corned beef and over-cooked cabbage. If only we started pickling our briskets at home rather than slapping a few store-bought slices onto a plate with a side of bland vegetables, this traditional St. Patrick’s Day dish would likely have a different image altogether. Perhaps corned beef will never achieve the pizzazz of, say, a sky-high double-bacon cheeseburger. But what it lacks in visual bravado it makes up for in intensely meaty, almost buttery flavor — if it’s done right. If you’re giving corned beef a second try this year — and we highly recommend that you do — there are a few things to know.
by Amanda Rettke in Holidays, Recipes, March 15th, 2016
Repeat after us: “Just because food could be dyed green doesn’t mean it should be.” And while we’ll gladly take a slice of a bright green cake once a year, we can’t help but feel that St. Paddy’s Day is the perfect reason to celebrate all those delicious dishes that are already green. This list is a mere smattering of our faves.
Green Smoothie Bowl (above)
Because we all know that holiday celebrations didn’t really happen unless you Instagram them — and this bright green breakfast bowl is totally ready for its close-up.
by Dara Pollak in Holidays, Restaurants, March 12th, 2016
One of the most-colorful symbols of St. Patrick’s Day is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. I set out to make a cake that incorporated a little of both: the bright, bold colors of the rainbow as well as the mysterious gold at the end! This cake has a simple buttercream rainbow design complemented with gold sprinkles around the upper edge. But that is not where the fun ends — once you cut into the cake you will see three beautiful golden ombre layers!
St. Patrick’s Day is a fun holiday to celebrate, but it’s become more socially acceptable to get drunk off of green beer and do a bar crawl than to actually sit down and enjoy some nice bar fare and a good beer. So, to break with that tradition, we asked chefs around the country to share their favorite Irish pub — no green bagels allowed.