St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

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  1. Gno says:

    I was in Galway many times and once in Dublin. I have many Irish friends and I have to tell that I like their foods. I am vegan, so these recipes are not for me, but I have to agree with you that the country is beautiful and their recipes are delicious. There are more and more vegans and vegan options in Ireland. 

    I checked the Grand Circle’s website and they have very good tours. I’ve been visiting mostly all European countries and I have to tell that these are very good for first visits. This looks like a very good company.

  2. icb50 says:

    This a very educative post and very interesting to read of your adventure in getting the right recipe for all these.I like the Irish Cream Coffee Cake and the Irish Stew. The recipe stated gives a clear stet by step procedures on how to prepare them. This post will be very helpful to those who like trying out different types of foods.

  3. Louis says:

    Hello,

    The authentic Irish Stew recipe has really cut my attention. I enjoy eating meat and I’ll relish enjoying this Irish delicacy. The Irish cream coffee cake is also worthy of a mention, looks very yummy even from my screen. You forgot to add recipe for colcannon, I actually love this meal and wish you’d put up your own recipe.

    Warm regards

    • Don Herman says:

      Good idea on the colcannon.  I didn’t pick up a recipe there, but I did get the chance to try it and it was very good.  I’ll hunt around to see if I can find one.

  4. phranell86 says:

    I just shared your site link with my elder sister who is a baker. She bakes really tasty bread, although she isn’t familiar with the Authentic Irish Soda Bread. She was really wowed at the various recipes you shared. I am not a baker but enjoy eating bakes and fries …LOL. The Authentic Irish Soda Bread looks like something I would love to try since the ingredients are readily available. It appears crusty and would go well corned beef or even butter. What would you recommended as a good choice of drink to go with the Authentic Irish Soda Bread?

  5. Gracen says:

    Hi Don! It is quite thoughtful of you to have written on St. Patrick’s Day Recipes. Wow! How time flies, soon we will be in March. I envied you as I read through your Tourism story. That was quite an interesting tour. I love Irish foods so much. Of all the Irish food recipe you gave, Irish stew is my favourite.  

    You really took your time to give detail instructions on how to prepare these Irish foods that even someone who doesn’t know how to cook can easily pull this through. Thanks so much for making my day.

  6. Chrissie Spurgeon says:

    I love the description of your Irish tour!

    I am ashamed to say that I have not yet visited Ireland, as I live in the UK, and it’s so close!! I have always meant to go, asI know it is a beautiful place, but so far have not got round to it!

    What a great idea to collect authentic Irish recipes whilst you were there! I will definitely be trying out your recipe for soda bread, which I really like, especially as it is not necessary to use yeast.

    Thank you so much for your fascinating post

    Chrissie 🙂

    • Don Herman says:

      Yes, it’s a really good yeast-less bread, and so easy to make.  I really enjoyed Ireland very much, I’m sure you would too.

  7. Ayodeji says:

    Hi Don,

    Something I really enjoyed about your blog is the description and contents. I love recipes and am definitely coming back for more recipe articles. I think you are doing a great job generally of being visible on the blogging space, your work is amazing and helpful.

    Amazing to see that you don’t have a following button on your site, how can i follow your new post

  8. Sujandar Mahesan says:

    You have taken some serious pressure off my back today. As St. Patricks day is getting closer I also get confused on what to make. But after reading this article I have some wonderful recipes to try out. I’m definitely going to try your recipes this year. It was really easy to follow through your recipes. Thank you for sharing this post.

  9. Luiz says:

    Ireland, such beautiful place, with the most pleasant people on Earth, I never felt so welcomed in a country (specially in Europe like in Ireland).

    I don’t remember trying so good food like these ones you posted, this bread makes me want to crack it and eat it whole with butter <3 looks so crunchy.

    The stew <3 … The Irish coffee cake… oh my… funny enough I just had an Irish coffee today (and of course it is not something I usually do… but well it is sunday and it is well deserved! 

    Thanks for the tips, and you just got yourself a follower!

    • Don Herman says:

      Yes, nothing like a good Irish coffee to start your day!  Haha!  I also toured the Guinness factory and got certified on making a perfect pour.  And I bought two rocks tumblers at Waterford.  I’m sensing a theme here . . . 

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