Looking for green cocktail drink recipes for St. Patrick's Day or another occasion? Find recipes for green beer, Midori Sours, Emerald Isles, and other favorite green alcoholic drinks.
Avoid awkward situations at your St. Patrick's Day party by preparing these wonderful non-alcoholic drinks for your non-drinking friends. In fact, everyone will likely be pleased with them. Add alcohol if you like!
Hosting a St. Patrick's Day party? Here are seven recipes for unique and delicious shots to serve your crowd.
Looking for decorating ideas for your St. Patrick's Day cupcakes? Try these kid-friendly design ideas with step-by-step instructions to make your own cupcake wrappers.
A St. Patrick's Day staple, corned beef is an Irish-American tradition. It is often eaten with cabbage, but it also comes in the form of reuben sandwiches, hash, and canned corned beef.
This no-bake mint cheesecake has a texture similar to a baked version and a delicious, light minty flavor. The cookie crust, along with the thick and rich filling, helps make this cake a real stand out among no-bake cheesecakes.
If you're looking to celebrate St Patrick's Day in style then you should try a few of these Irish-inspired St Paddy's Day shots and shooters, from the classic Irish Flag to an Irish Cowboy and more!
I have had this cookie recipe for many years and have made it often for St. Patrick's Day celebrations. They look festive, are easy to make, and are good to eat, too.
A selection of non-alcoholic Irish-themed beverages that are perfect for St. Patrick's Day or other celebrations.
Need hors d'oeuvre ideas for your St. Patrick's Day party? From green drinks to green appetizers, try these ideas for a successful party!
Looking for new ways to enjoy corned beef and cabbage on St Patrick's Day or any day? These recipes show a variety of different ways in which this classic combination can be enjoyed to delicious effect.
Discover six tasty non-alcoholic drink ideas that are perfect for children, family, designated drivers, and anyone else wanting to have a little fun on St. Patrick's Day!
An old Irish recipe for a delicious anytime-of-day snack or a perfect dessert. It can be served with custard, cream, or ice cream. In my view, it’s best eaten on its own with a nice cup of tea.