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Spring and summer is the perfect time for spur of the moment dinner parties and this weekend was a great start to the season. I was visiting my parents and we pulled a quick Spring dinner together – lamb chops, roasted … Continue reading
The recipe was inspired by my friend Cara … several years ago she introduced me to Black Bean Sweet Potato Burritos, one of my favorite vegetarian dishes. The other day I was in the mood for them, but wanted something … Continue reading
Given the name of this blog, I knew I needed to do a St. Patrick’s Day post and wanted to do something that was actually enjoyable … a step beyond the traditional boiled corned beef, cabbage and potatoes. Now, on … Continue reading
A classic St. Patrick’s Day menu item in my family was Irish Soda bread. My Mom has a great recipe which I will make and post later this week, but I was interested in trying something different. I came across … Continue reading
Dessert always seems to be a forgotten item on most St. Patrick’s Day menus. I thought about what I should make and considered the country … March in Ireland can be cool and damp. We also tend to be practical … Continue reading
I have to admit that I do not like cooked cabbage … I tried it many times and am never a fan. I like cabbage raw, but really not cooked. So I am always looking for a recipe that involved cooked … Continue reading
Corned beef … the center piece of St. Patrick’s Day menus. There are a number of ways to prepare it, with most recipes focused on simmering it on the stove for a few hours. That was how it was always … Continue reading