May the luck of the Irish be with you
Do more than drink green beer this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy the flavours of Ireland.
MainIrish Lamb Stew
This classic comforting stew is bound to warm your belly. We keep this recipe traditional by using lamb, root vegetables and a strong stout beer.
SideRosemary and Pepper Soda Bread
Soda bread is a quick bread that doesn’t require any yeast — the rise comes from the combination of baking soda and buttermilk.
SideGreen Beans with Hazelnut Butter
Transform your green beans into a quick but dinner party-worthy side dish with toasted hazelnuts and butter.
DessertIrish Cream Pecan Pie
Add Irish cream liqueur to your pecan pie filling for a new twist on this classic dessert favourite.
MainCorned Beef Dinner with Creamy Mustard Sauce
This one-pot meal, consisting of corned beef brisket, cabbage and other veggies, is especially popular on the East Coast. The creamy mustard is the perfect accompaniment, along with a little prepared horseradish, if you like.
SideBraised Green Cabbage
Braising is one of the best ways to prepare cabbage. Cooking it over dry heat before adding liquid to the pan results in a tender and flavourful side dish.
SideCountry Style Roasted Potatoes
These tasty roasted potatoes are cooked in a mixture of grainy mustard, lemon, butter and oregano. Serve them as a side dish alongside roast or barbecued meats.
DessertChocolate Stout Bundt Cake
The toasty flavour and silky texture of stout beer makes it a perfect match for chocolate. Topped with a creamy ganache, this cake is an easy but impressive dessert.
Removing Green Beer Stains
These things happen. Busy, bustling rooms full of cheerful people can lead to bumps, and these bumps can turn into spills. And on St. Patrick’s Day, many of those spills involve green beer.
Learn how to remove these stubborn stains here: