8 facts you might not have known about St. Patrick’s Day that go beyond dressing up in green, drinking some beers, and having a good ol’ dandy day. But please, still do those!
A hearty winter dish, make Irish colcannon potatoes loaded with cabbage, bacon, and the best butter and cream you can find.
The potato’s entrance to Irish society changed the face of Ireland and its cuisine. Learn traditional Irish recipes while you drink your beer this year.
Celebrate the Emerald Isle with a three-course meal based on Irish pub faer, with a twist.
Celebrate your (pretend) Irish heritage this St. Patrick’s Day with flavorful soda bread recipes and a beverage of choice.
#MyHometownGuide Dublin, Ireland reveals the changing restaurant landscape of the city and the emerging food scene.
Forest Avenue in Dublin, Ireland provides simple, beautifully paired creations.
A satisfying crumbly-top pie with thick slices of apple not quite cooked through. Use only crisp tart apples or a combo of tart and sweet.
It may not be what first comes to mind when you think of Irish cooking, but this recipe showcases the diversity of modern Irish cooking.
O’Dowds is an award winning traditional pub which remains open all year round serving local seafood and craft beers.
Brother Hubbard on Dublin’s revived Capel Street, is a welcome addition to Dublin’s growing restaurant and café scene.
L.Mulligan Grocer has been on the Dublin scene for a few years, and it has built a reputation as a pub worth going off the beaten track for.