First of all I would like to thank all participants.
I can proudly present
61 62 Green and/or Irish recipes.
France celebrated most St. Pat’s Day followed by USA. Unfortunately no participants from Ireland. No Irish foodies out there? Or did they celebrate St. Pat’s Day and had no time to cook. ;-) Nevertheless we have some participants with Irish roots amongst us.
I don’t want to let you wait any longer!
The entries are sorted by country, then alphabetically by blog name.
If you don’t find your entry on the list (it’s not in bad faith, possibly I overlook your entry), please send me an email at kochtopf(at)gmail(dot)com mentioning your name, blog name, blog URL, name of the recipe and entry URL, hometown/region and country, and I will add it to the list.
Thank you all for participating and promoting the event!
Special thanks to mgb for the banners
Lydia from My kitchen
has tried several meat pie recipes before, so far the Guinness Meat Pie – Irish Pub Grub
is the best one. In Australia St. Pat’s Day is themed, too. She got the recipe from a cooking show.
Petra aka Cascabel from Chili und Ciabatta
wanted to bake first a bread but she changed her mind and prepares something for the sweet tooth: Irish Coffee Cakes
Ulrike from Küchenlatein
prepares an Irish Apple Tart
. The most important ingredient is, of course, Irish Whiskey.
Rosa from Rosa’s yummy-yums
participates with a most well-known and well-spread recipe that hails from Ireland: Irish Soda bread
. She gives us more information about the bread’s history, too.
Mitch from iCookFood
adds Guiness to his TagBog recipe and serves it with Tagliatelle Verde. The result: St. Paddy’s Bolognese
Alanna from A Veggie Venture
suggests Emerald Isle Stew
that’s filling the kitchen with earthy-sweet, jig-inspiring aromas.
Region/Town: St. Louis, Missouri
Mary from ceres & bacchus
remembers her childhood: she wear a white and green pin with a four leaf clover on it that said “Kiss me I’m Irish.”, and her mother dyed the milk green. For the event she decided to prepare Lamb shanks with Guinness
and sprinkled the mashed potatoes with parsley for the green bit.
Region/Town: Kingston, New York
Becke from Columbus Foodie
. She choose a simple but delicious recipe with lot of butter and cream in it.
Region/Town: Columbus, OH
Vanessa from Confiture Maison
baked Irish Soda Bread
. She couldn’t resist the smell and ate it immediately.
Region/Town: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Kitarra from Cooking Debauchery
bakes an Irish Soda Bread
. It is best eaten the day it is baked, still warm from the oven. This is wonderful with butter, especially her pine nut honey butter.
Region/Town: Orange County, California
Elle from Feeding My Enthusiasms
is half Irish and celebrates St. Pat’s with potatoes and parsley but the real green is Grilled Asparagus
Region/Town: Northern California, near San Francisco
Chris from mele cotte
first not wanted to participate in the event, but then she decided to do it. Yeah! So she prepares Irish Brown Bread
and even describes how to substitute buttermilk, which baking soda needs to work.
Region/Town: Atlanta, GA
St. Pat’s Day: Green or Irish