St. Pat's Day: Green or Irish
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

Australia

Minh Chu from Couture Cupcakes has a housewarming on St. Pat’s Day, so she makes Gingerbread Guinness Cupcakes with Orange Marmalade Buttercream to take with her.

Region/Town: Canberra
Language: English


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.

Region/Town: Sydney
Language: English


Austria

reibeisen from genoussmousse prepares a green and tasty Leek soup.

Region/Town: Tirol
Language: English


Astrid from Paulchens Foodblog and her friends prepare a “St. Patrick’s Day Brunch” with some really nice treats: Crumpets, Guiness chicken & chops in Jameson’s with baked potatoes, Oatmeal apple crumble with whiskey cream.

Region/Town: Vienna
Language: English


Canada

Zoubida from Dimanche soir à Châteauguay decorates her Gâteau de la Saint-Patrick nicely.

Region/Town: Châteauguay – Montreal’s South-Shore
Language: French/English


Gato Azul from Gato Azul|Chat Bleu adapts a recipe from Guiness Collectors’ Club: Steak and Kidney Pie with Guinness.

Region/Town: Eastern Townships, Province of Quebec
Language: French/English


France

auntie jo from auntie jo funny little kitchen bakes oatcakes and an Irish Chocolate Cake .

Region/Town: Bordeaux
Language: French


Stanislas from Blanc d’oeuf prepares for the party Crevettes au whiskey, Razzmolpolitan and Dublin Milkshake.

Region/Town:
Language: French


mounet from cerises et clafoutis prepares a whole Irish menu: Soda Bread, Mini Scones au Fromage, St. Patrick’s Cocktail, Potato Soup, Chicken in Guiness, Apple Tart.

Region/Town:
Language: French


Julie from cookbook addict combines Guiness and chocolate: Chocolate Guinness Cupcake.

Region/Town: Metz
Language: English


Sophie from Dans la cuisine de Sophie not wanted to make the typical Irish dishes, so she prepares Saumon irlandais en croute de pavot.

Region/Town: Paris
Language: French


Lili63 from Food Box prepares Mise en bouche à la fève avec son émulsion d’herbes à l’huile d’olive. What a seductive name and look.

Language: French


Kate34 from Le Plat du Jour makes Boeuf à la Guiness et colcannon. As starter she serves salade au saumon, crevettes et Saint-Jacques (no photos).

Language: French


Dorian from Mais pourquoi est-ce que je vous raconte ça… does not only celebrate St. Pat’s with Irish coddle in a pot, he also celebrates his daughter’s birthday. Joyeux anniversaire à sa fille!

Region/Town: Maule – Région parisienne
Language: French


Edith from Mes Tables de Fêtes bakes very sweet Délices verts de St Patrick.

Language: French


Nathalie from Saveur Passion wanted to do a classic fisherman’s pie, but she has changed her mind and does an Irish Coffee restructured, Ferran Adria way.

Region/Town: Provence
Language: French


Birgit from Un an pour faire son cooking out had some difficulties to find the right pastry cutter for her Seamróg shortbread with special toffee, so she used a heart-shaped pastry cutter.

Region/Town: Ermont
Language: French


Gracianne from Une dimanche à la campagne makes green Irish crem chocolate truffles. m

Language: English/French


Anne from Papilles et Pupilles proposes Irish fish pie ou hachis parmentier de poisson à l’irlandaise and for entertainment The Pogues.

Region/Town: Bordeaux
Language: French/English


Germany

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.

Region/Town: Geiersthal
Language: English


Sus from CorumBlog spent a while in the kitchen to prepare the following: Kerry Apple Cake, Parsnip Soup and Soda Bread.

Region/Town: Griesheim bei Darmstadt
Language: German


Rike from Genial lecker serves a green dish: Spinat mit Joghurt. Just delicious!

Region/Town: Potsdam
Language: German


Jan from Jans Küchenleben prepares a Garnelen-Kresse-Sandwich.

Region/Town: Stuttgart
Language: German


Ulrike from Küchenlatein prepares an Irish Apple Tart. The most important ingredient is, of course, Irish Whiskey.

Region/Town: Kronshagen
Language: English


Carola from Rad der Zeit makes Irish Mist Cream. Caution – alcohol in it. ;-)

Region/Town: Bad Wildungen
Language: German


Italy

Consy from Di tutto di più makes Stufato di manzo alla Guinness. She had no time to translate it in English, but she will do it during the next days.

Region/Town: Anguillara Sabazia (RM)
Language: Italian


Simona aka Staximo from Lo Spazio di Staximo takes a recipe of Irish Soda bread and added something green so it becomes: Green Irish Soda Bread.

Region/Town: Bologna
Language: English


Max from Melablù “rebuilds” a kind of green Tiramisu he has eaten recently in a Japanese restaurant: Torta al tiramisù con tè verde e granella di pistacchi.

Region/Town: Rome
Language: Italian


Gourmet from Un tocco di zenzero bakes Zucchini green cake especially for St. Pat’s and me.

Region/Town: Turin-Piemonte
Language: Italian


Spain

I’m participating with Braised Hearts of Lettuce with Green Peas.

Region/Town: Andalucia
Language: English


Maxiavida from Aprendiendo a ser mami gives a step-by-step instruction for Lemon curd.

Region/Town: Vilagarcía de Arousa
Language: Spanish/English


liuia drusilla from liuiae prepares Irish soda bread, colcannon and Irish roast pork. Her four-legged assistant has kept an eye on the pork.

Region/Town: Salamanca
Language: Spanish


Sweden

Anne from Anne’s Food makes a blue cheese avocado spread. Simple, divine and it’s green!

Region/Town: Stockholm
Language: English


Switzerland

Robert from lamiacucina combines green and Irish: Green Pea, Ham and Guinness Pie

Region/Town: Basel
Language: English


Robert from lamiacucina presents another green dish: Gemüsebeignets: Irish Hearts

Region/Town: Basel
Language: German


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.

Region/Town: Geneva
Language: English


Eva from The golden shrimp likes the color green, but no so much as her Irish boyfriend does. Her Minty Leprauchaun cheescake is based on a green chocolate mousse.

Region/Town: Basel
Language: English


UK

Dianne from A gluten-free journey has a little Irish blood running through her veins, her husband is half Irish. So they are celebrating St. Pat’s Day with Dianne’s Irish Stew.

Language: English


Mitch from iCookFood adds Guiness to his TagBog recipe and serves it with Tagliatelle Verde. The result: St. Paddy’s Bolognese

Region/Town: London
Language: English


Muriel from Time 4 tea? and her family are celebrating with green Shamrocks biscuits.

Region/Town: Surrey
Language: French


USA

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
Language: English


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
Language: English


Becke from Columbus Foodie serves Colcannon. She choose a simple but delicious recipe with lot of butter and cream in it.

Region/Town: Columbus, OH
Language: English


Vanessa from Confiture Maison baked Irish Soda Bread. She couldn’t resist the smell and ate it immediately.

Region/Town: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Language: French/English


Paul from Cookies, Et Cetera is for the first time baking Irish Dairy Bread instead of drinking Guiness on St. Patrick’s Day.

Region/Town: Northern Illinois
Language: English


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
Language: English


Stephanie from Dispensing Happiness spent a week and half honeymooning in Ireland. She is a big fan of Ireland, so she decided to participate with something traditional: Lamb & Guinness Stew and Brown Soda Bread.

Region/Town: Eastern Tennessee
Language: English


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
Language: English


Ralph from Hungrig in San Francisco shows as a traditional German dish in green and a little different than usual: Green Spaetzle with an onion-Pear Topping.

Region/Town: San Francisco, CA
Language: English


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
Language: English


Rachel from rachel’s bites have gone to heaven. The Cider-Glazed Scallops are the BEST scallops she has ever eaten in her life.

Region/Town: Tampa, FL
Language: English


Emily from Superspark started thinking back to the time she spent backpacking around Ireland. The culinary high point were the scones. So she bakes Cinnamon, pecan, and currant cream scones.

Region/Town: Pasadena, CA
Language: English


tigerfish from teczcape:I’m a foodie combines celery and long beans to stir fry long beans and celery and shows us some of the green “stuff” she prepared before. Green everywhere!

Region/Town: California
Language: English