Tomorrow is St Patrick's Day, hooray! This is not just an excuse to drink green beer, in fact - don't do that, it's gross. It's actually a religious holiday that celebrates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, so show some respect! And definitely don't call it "St Patty's Day": Patty is short for Patricia. If you want to abbreviate, use "Paddy", which is actually short for Patrick (Pádraig).
Moving on! St Paddy's is a great day to celebrate Irish culture and food, so let's take a look at some Irish recipes!
First up - Corned Beef with Potatoes and Cabbage, which can be made in either a slow cooker or a Dutch oven.
In the same post, there is a recipe for Colcannon made from the potatoes and cabbage.
There is also a recipe for Irish Brown Bread (which I prefer over Soda Bread).
AND a recipe for Baby Guinness Gelatin Shots - phew!
Next up, we have a Turkey and Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie.
And TWO Vegetarian Shepherd's Pies. The first is pretty traditional, flavored with Stout Beer and topped with Mashed Potatoes and Irish Cheddar.
The other is a little bit more unusual, with Roasted Vegetables and Lentils, topped with a Cauliflower, Kale, and Parsley puree and Goat Cheese.
Sláinte and enjoy!