Saint Patrick’s Day is here, and I thought I should share a good recipe to celebrate the day. Unfortunately, I’ve realized I don’t have any recipes for the occasion, so I had to search for a good recipe.
For me, Saint Patrick’s Day has always been about wearing something green and drinking green beer. I don’t remember eating anything special for the day.
When I lived in Watertown, I always celebrated the day with friends. We’d make sure we were wearing something green, and then we’d go out to drink some green beer. Normally, we’d end up doing some bar hopping downtown, and by the end of the night, go home with a green mouth from all the green beer we’d consumed.
I did some research to see what foods are typically made to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. The most popular dishes are corned beef and cabbage, soda bread, Irish stew and shepherd’s pie. Desserts typically have some sort of mint or peppermint in them.
Since the most popular dish to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day is corned beef and cabbage, I decided to share a highly recommended recipe from the Pampered Chef website. Although I haven’t personally tried this one out, it has a lot of good ratings and seems like an easy recipe to try. Enjoy!