Traditional St. Patrick's Day Food and Drink Ideas - HalloweenCostumes.com Blog
Here are some ideas for creating a traditional St. Patrick's Day spread. This includes 4 food recipes (complete with gluten free and paleo friendly options), 4 fun cocktail recipes, and even a DIY craft!
Scones of Edinburgh Recipe
One of my favorite Pagan Books is A Kitchen Witch's Cookbook, by Patricia Telesco. This cookbook has a range of fabulous meals for your family and coven on the Sabbats or between the festivals. It's
Traditional Irish Soda Bread Recipe
Traditional Irish Soda Bread Recipe | This traditional Irish soda bread recipe is the one I grew up eating in Ireland. It’s simple to make with a few basic ingredients and tastes delicious served warm with butter or jam. #irishsodabread #irishrecipes #jennakateathome
Traditional Brown Irish Soda Bread
Traditional Brown Irish Soda Bread is a classic quick bread that has stood the test of time. Truly, a lot of time. More than 180 years of time. A classic bread I could never celebrate
Glazed Irish Breakfast Tea Madeleines - Little Miss Celebration
Glazed Irish Breakfast Tea Madeleines - the traditional French cookie get a little Irish tea twist for St. Patrick's Day! At littlemissceleb...
Dublin Coddle Recipe | Traditional Irish Winter Stew Recipe
Dublin Coddle is a traditional Irish winter stew made with potatoes, sausage and bacon. It's an easy dinner idea that's comforting and delicious!
There’s a pub for that: Ireland’s unique drinking dens | Ireland.com
From a 1200-year-old watering hole to a cosy thatched inn, you'll never go thirsty on vacation to Ireland: our pubs are waiting to welcome you!
Top 10 Most Delicious Irish Recipes
17th of March is getting close, and do you know what that means? Yes, the celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day, the most commonly recognized patron saint of Ireland! And in…
The perfect Irish Halloween barmbrack recipe
Is it really October 31 without a good traditional Irish Halloween barmbrack recipe? Not only can it tell your future but it's delicious and a traditional Irish barmbrack is the only real way to have an Irish Halloween.