Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by making one or two of these delicious and warming Irish foods.
There’s one snack you’re sure to find in pubs all over the British Isles: small bags of salt-and-vinegar crisps (potato chips). Here, we revisit the pint-and-crisp tradition with roasted potatoes that have been cooked in water and vinegar to give them a similar addictive ...read more
It really isn’t an Irish dinner unless there are potatoes. These can be served as a side dish, or combined with a stew to make a cottage pie: Simply place the stew in a pie dish, spread the potatoes on top, and place under the broiler until the potatoes are browned. ...read more
This ultra-Irish dish varies from one county to the next, with some cooks using cabbage in place of kale, others using leeks or onions for extra flavor. Here, it gets a modern-day makeover with purple potatoes, garlic and shiitake mushrooms to reflect all the delicious new ...read more