Irish Shepard’s Pie

Irish Shepard’s Pie

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Slow Cooker Guinness Beef Stew ~The Pudge Factor

Slow Cooker Irish Guinness Beef Stew is comfort food at its best. It boasts tender chunks of beef with potatoes and carrots braised in a rich Guinness-infused gravy. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day! via Slow Cooker Irish Guinness Beef Stew — The Pudge Factor

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Irish Red Jacket Colcannon

Colcannon is a customary Irish potato dish that is not only rich in flavor, but folklore and history as well. It’s also a perfect recipe to make with the kids while sharing its interesting history! Contrary to popular belief that this is a St. Patrick’s Day dish, by tradition, it’s actually made on All Saints Day…

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Bailey’s Donegal Oatmeal Creme

I wish to thank all of my dear friends for seeing me through a recent, nasty bout of flu. I’m slowly emerging from the quagmire and I have much catch up to play. As the air continues to clear I will thank each and everyone of you for your support and lovely comments. You were…

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Glazed Cinnamon Sugar Donut Muffins

Cinnamon sugar donuts in the form of a muffin! Really, these taste just like cinnamon cake donuts drizzled with vanilla glaze! While they are not calorie free they are low in fat, but are in no way lacking in flavor. Perfect in the early morning with your favorite cup of steaming coffee, in the afternoon with…

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The 411 on Saint Patrick, 3-17 and a wee More!

While much of St. Patrick’s life is clouded by legend, there are some generally agreed-upon facts. Most historians agree that he was born in Scotland or Wales around 370 A.D and died on March 17, 461. So, our celebration of Patrick is on the day that he died. His, birth name was Maewyn Succat, born…

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Bailey’s Donegal Oatmeal Cream

This is a traditional, lightly sweetened Irish pudding which calls for “pinhead oats” also known as “Irish or steel-cut oats.” Do not substitute rolled oats in this recipe! This simple cream has a mousse-like texture and is slightly reminiscent of tapioca pudding with a twist! It’s a bit time-consuming due to the “two day” process….

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Is There Really a Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow?

Picture of Sedona Rainbow Dating back to Old Ireland, the legend of the pot of gold is claimed eagerly by the Irish. They’ll tell you tales of fairies putting gold there and that leprechauns guard it from us humans. The leprechauns decided that humans could not have the gold because of what our greed would…

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