St. Patrick’s Day is a big deal in Paula’s hometown of Savannah. For nearly 200 years, the city’s Irish Heritage organizations have held a parade through the historic streets, and the city’s Forsyth Fountain is dyed green for the day. Citizens from all across Savannah come out to celebrate all things Irish.
Whether or not your town puts on a celebration, you can still enjoy the festivities of the day with a hearty meal of Irish-inspired dishes, complete with two decadent desserts to indulge in. Sláinte (good health)!
Get your party started with bite-size appetizers of Mini Shepherd’s Pies.
This Oven-Braised Corned Beef Brisket cooks low and slow so you have plenty of time to get the rest of your St. Patrick’s Day meal together.
Roasted Vegetable Medley makes an easy, colorful side dish for your Irish-insipired supper.
Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes mixed with cabbage or another green.
No kneading is needed for this quick Soda Bread. Spread with herbed Irish butter, it’s a great complement to a St. Patrick’s Day meal.
Irish Cream Chocolate Cheesecake can be made the day ahead so you have more time to spend with family and friends on this fun holiday.
This Irish Cream Cake is easy to make because it starts with cake mix but tastes totally homemade because it’s dressed up with Irish cream liqueur, coffee, and almonds.
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