What's your favorite food to make or eat on St. Patrick's Day? Do you have a tried and true Irish recipe? Please share a link to your recipe, with a photo.

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My grandma's Irish Soda Bread which is funny since she's German but it's the best. Must copy this recipe someday.

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I make what we call "Rich Man's Shepherd's Pie". Instead of using ground beef, I use beef stew as the filling! It is like a more grown up version of my childhood favorite, and it is perfect for my husband, who hates the texture of ground beef.
http://littlemomprairie.blogspot.com/2012/03/rich-mans-shepherds-pie.html

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I like to suggest people make this surprising pie that is very green if they need a unique dessert in the theme color around St. Patricks day. I can't call it Irish however. I have a recipe for Irish Tipsy Cake maybe I will make that this year. I don't recommend anyone take that to the day time company pot luck. hahhahahaha

http://toscasac.blogspot.com/2012/03/green-pie.html

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I made corned beef with cabbage, potatoes, carrots and a little bit of mustard. I absolutely love it. I'll be posting some info and recipe on my blog soon.

http://www.honeygirlsworld.com

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Not an Irish recipe but a nutrient rich, antioxidant filled Kale Pesto. Good on sandwiches and makes great pizza sauce base for a green pizza..

http://www.withaspin.com/2013/02/18/kale-pesto/

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Here's a versatile, flavorful green sauce. Great to pair with fish, meat or eggs. Use as a dipping sauce for vegetables, chips or bread or in pasta, tacos, or soups. Use it to add a green to our food without adding potentially dangerous food color. http://www.withaspin.com/2013/03/03/green-sauce/

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Corned beef and cabbage for dinner. Green eggs and ham for breakfast. :))

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We make Irish Potatoes every year. It seems to be a New Jersey/Pennsylvania thing, but it would not be St. Patrick's Day without them! My kids love to help me roll the candy into balls and roll them in cinnamon.

http://bakedbree.com/irish-potatoes

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