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Sunday, March 13, 2011

A Collection of Irish Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

The Gaelic phrase "Éirinn go brách" means "Ireland forever". I'll gladly raise my mug to toast that lovely land and her people. Sláinte.

Here are a few of my "Irish" recipes to peruse before the holiday. I hope you'll enjoy them.








Wholemeal Irish Soda Bread














Irish Caraway Crisps














Barmbrack















Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur













(Almost) Irish Soda Bread















Colcannon














Spotted Dog














Dublin Coddle














Four Farls













Rye Bread with Guinness Stout and Fennel Seeds

















Boxty - Irish Potato Pancakes

50 comments :

Monet said...

Okay, I'm certainly making some irish soda bread, but now I want to make some of those pancakes too. Yum! Thanks for sharing, sweet friend! I hope you are having a splendid Saturday night. Take time to relax and rejuvenate tomorrow. Hugs from Austin!

Martha said...

Some of my favorites as well -- will be making Irish soda bread for this St. Patrick's Day.

Bella said...

How wonderful! I have not had Irish soda bread in forever.

Shanae Branham said...

I didn't know there were so many different types of Irish bread. Thank you for stopping by and supporting Coreen. I was also touched by her story.

scrambledhenfruit said...

That Irish Soda Bread has caught my eye- it looks wonderful!

Alessandra said...

What a great selection!

Happy St. Patrick Day to all!

ciao
A.

Hovkonditorn said...

Nice recipes, thanks!

Angie's Recipes said...

Wow Mary, didn't realize that you have such a great collection of Irish recipes.

yummychunklet said...

What a great collection! Thanks for posting all the recipes!

Louise Knits said...

I would love to feature you as a guest blogger on my blog http://felicekitchen.blogspot.com
please let me know if you are interested - your recipes are amazing!

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Of course I can count on your for a great collection! I haven't even got a single Irish style recipe :(

Joanne said...

This is SUCH a great round-up! Now...what to make first...

FOODESSA said...

Now, why am I not surprised that you'd have such a wonderful repertoire of recipes for us to one day aspire to put together ;o)

Have a pleasurable Sunday Mary.

Ciao for now,
Claudia

The Words Crafter said...

The colcannon and the pancakes actually made my mouth water. YUM!!!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Simply Life said...

so many fun ideas! I'm wondering if it's time for me to finally try making irish soda bread?!

Clint said...

I've only got one thing to say: WOW!

Pam said...

Yum! It all looks delicious! The crisps and soda bread really got my attention. A great selection of great dishes!

Valerie said...

What a delicious array of recipes (and photos). The caraway crisps sound intriguing!

Carol at Serendipity said...

Mary,

They all look wonderful. I am experimenting with the Irish soda bread. I made Ina's but I'm not sure if I liked as much as my husband did. I will now try the spotted dick that you have shared as I quite like yellow raisins.

Carol

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

They all look fantastic! Great recipes, Mary! Have my eye on those potato pancakes!

Victor said...

Wonderful round-up, I'm not even familiar with any of these Irish food.

Olive said...

great collection, Mary! Would you believe I've never had any of those before..hope I could try the Irish soda bread one day! Thanks for sharing! :)

lena said...

they all look great and thanks for sharing these irish recipes with us!have a good week!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

What a great collection, plenty to choose from here. Diane

kitchen flavours said...

Everything looks wonderful, your Irish Potato Pancakes really have me drooling,... I'm a potato nut!

Claudia said...

I have lacked inspiration for St. Patrick's Day. Will have to check out the bread recipes. That may be the tastiest way to go!

Adam said...

Thanks for creating that list :), I was actually searching for some St. Pats stuff earlier in the week. I ended up making Bran muffins instead (my favourite) which if I were Irish I suppose would make them Irish muffins, so I'm going to pretend that I am. Besides, whenever I plan holiday themed baking I usually make them way after, so I suppose I'm on schedule :). Love the blog as always :).

Miri Leigh said...

This is a wonderful selection- thanks for sharing with us!

Suman Singh said...

Those are some great collection of Irish delicacies..great round-up...Happy St. Patrick's Day to you! Enjoy your weekend!

Parsley Sage said...

Awesome! Thanks for doing this!

Kate said...

So many choices! I am going to master the soda bread this year!

Janice said...

What a feast! Soda bread is definitely my favourite, but some of these recipes look very tempting.

Natasha Green ★ said...

potato pancakes! YUMYUM! All the best, Natasha from the Rambles and Shambles blog. http://www.theramblesandshamblesblog.blogspot.com/

bellini valli said...

A great section of Irish recipes to make us all Irish for a day.

Kat said...

Oh, I love rye bread. I'd be intimidated to make it myself, though!

mia maria said...

Wow! This is such a great collection!
Thank you Mary:)

Design Wine and Dine said...

Great post and collection of recipes here. The Caraway Crisps are intriguing to me...I love simple cookies like those. Thanks Mary :)

Wendy Irene said...

Thank you for sharing more festive recipe ideas! I think my whole family would LOVE those pancakes. Have a beautiful Sunday!

Lauren Hairston said...

I pinned the homemade Irish cream to my pinterest "to cook and bake" board. Can't wait to try it!

teresa said...

this is great! we're having friends over for st. patty's day and it's nice to have a place to go for recipes. love it!

David said...

Mary, Great collection of Irish recipes! The Caraway Seed Cookies are something that I remember from over 40 years ago... Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Yum, yum, yum!!! I'm now ready for the corned beef and cabbage! Bring it on! Have a wonderful day!

thecoffeebreak said...

Wow, what a great collection of soo delicious recipes!

Ana Powell said...

What a great show of recipes for St. Patrick`s Day.
The Soda Irish bread is definitely my favourite ♥

Umm Mymoonah said...

I love your collection of recipes, looks so yumm and beautiful pictures.

Priya said...

Lovely collections of beautiful Irish Recipes..fantastic..

Elaine said...

What a fabulous collection of Irish recipes! Thank you for gathering them in one spot for us. I can't wait to try at least a few of them this week.

Catherine said...

Dear Mary, I would like to try each and every one of the dishes you posted...I really would. Blessings, Catherine xo

That Girl said...

Some of these are completely new to me and I can't wait to try them!

Becky said...

Mary, we had a St. Patrick's Day Feast last night with 10 around the table. I made your Wholemeal Irish Soda Bread and your Spotted Dog. They were a most appreciated addition to the corned beef and veggies (our British/Canadian friends add the odd brussel sprouts and rutabagas). It was all wonderful.

I also made your Irish Caraway Crisps to take to a bridge party. Such a unique cookie. Thanks for all the great recipes.

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