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    This Irish soda bread recipe was passed on to me by a dear friend of my mother's who was born and raised in Ireland. It's the best Irish soda bread I have ever had. It is much higher, lighter and softer than most other recipes I have seen. It has an excellent flavor and texture, as well.

    Recipe #20616

    This traditional supper dish of sausages, bacon, onions and potatoes dates back at least as far as the early eighteenth century. It seems to be more of a city dish than a rural one: it was a favourite of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels and dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. In Dublin itself, coddle retains its reputation as a dish that can be prepared ahead of time and left in a very slow oven while the people who're going to eat it have to be out of the house for a while - making it an excellent dish for very busy people! The name of the dish is probably descended from the older word caudle, derived from a French word meaning "to boil gently, parboil, or stew". The more recent version of the verb, "coddle," is still applied to gently cooked eggs, "Coddled Eggs". Please note, the sausages used should be the best quality 100% pork sausages you can get your hands on! This recipe would also work VERY well if cooked in a crock-pot, reduce the liquid by about half if cooking the coddle this way. Serve with Guinness and Irish soda bread. Although this is an easy to prepare one pot meal and its simplicity belies its amazing taste and flavour - comfort food at its best! Sláinte.

    Recipe #288885

    Great stew to warm you up on these cold winter nights.

    Recipe #336246

    3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    This is THE BEST corned beef recipe ever. It's from 'The Brooklyn Cookbook' by Lyn Stallworth and Rod Kennedy, Jr. The secret is that it's roasted not boiled. I usually cook 2 pieces of meat - as much as I can fit in my large roasting pan - to be sure there are leftovers. ;) I either roast my cabbage in wedges or make one of the MANY wonderful cabbage dishes here. Please don't just boil the stuff! .

    Recipe #450782

    86 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Start this Sunday Morning and your ready for kick-off!

    Recipe #11919

    23 Reviews |  By Len

    Classic Irish Soda Bread

    Recipe #15843

    As tasty as they are pretty! Great for a St. Patrick's Day party. If I use flour straight from the freezer, I don't bother chilling the dough.

    Recipe #160323

    I love this dinner on St. Pats day or any day. This is from my mother-in-law. I have been making this for about 26 years. I was not really fond of corned beef till this recipe, as a new cook, it was simple, easy and delicious.

    Recipe #154638

    This is the PERFECT appetizer to kick off your St. Patty's Day meal. Think outside the box and give this unexpected appetizer a whirl. The crumbly bread with the tangy raisins and hint of caraway paired with creamy chive butter and cold smoked salmon goes perfectly with a black and tan or crisp white. Follow it up with a corned beef and cabbage main course and your Irish eyes will DEFINITELY be smiling. Based on a Food Network Test Kitchen Recipe with my spin on it.

    Recipe #292364

    I love the convenience of using a crockpot and love finding new recipes for it.

    Recipe #162853

    My version of an all around good Corned Beef and Cabbage. I use Guinness Draught beer. I prefer a 5+ lb brisket as they do shrink when cooked.

    Recipe #361481

    86 Reviews |  By Len

    Here's how to make corned beef and cabbage the right way. My thanks to my great-grandmother Delia O'Dowd and other NYC Irish Catholics who invented it. It is not normally eaten in Ireland, folks!

    Recipe #15846

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Have you ever grilled a corned beef? It adds more flavor to the meat than just boiling it.

    Recipe #416168

    If you haven't tried chicken noodle soup over mashed potatoes, I am sorry! You will never go back. It makes a creamy, delicious meal. I always make my recipe #407601 they really make a difference in the soup, 1 1/2 this recipe as you need more noodles. I also use recipe#404067 for the potatoes, cut back a bit on the butter and milk when using in soup because all the liquid already gives it great flavor. Enjoy!

    Recipe #407608

    I got this from a cupcake calender which has a different recipe for every day of the year. (Thanks Ang!) I made these recently and added a few tweaks. Note that this recipe has boiled chopped potatoes, not mashed and is vegetarian.

    Recipe #360000

    This is from the food network website. I have not tried this yet- but I love the name of it!

    Recipe #213191

    82 Reviews |  By Kree

    Recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's version of McDonald's Shamrock Shake www.TopSecretRecipes.com. I used to absolutely love it when McDonald's brought out their Shamrock Shakes around St. Patrick's Day. The past couple of years I haven't been able to have it because of the dairy, so I was thrilled when I found this copycat recipe! Just use the soy ingredients to make it dairy-free.

    Recipe #113457

    52 Reviews |  By Ozma

    This recipe is different from, and more detailed than, any of the others on this site. (The "Cook" time is really the "Refrigerate" time.)

    Recipe #48207

    Plan ahead...needs to chill. Your guests will be requesting the recipe after one bite of this fluffy and refreshing pie. It doesn't take much time to prepare, yet it tastes as though you spent hours in the kitchen.

    Recipe #20233

    I found this recipe in a novel I was reading - sounded too good not to copy!

    Recipe #321084

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