St. Patrick’s Day might be more widely associated with pints of Guinness than Irish cuisine, but that does not mean revelers cannot indulge in some tasty food this March 17th. Those with a day of celebration ahead may want to start their day off with this recipe for “Irish Potato Bread” from Linda Collister’s “Quick Breads” (Ryland, Peters & Small). The bread can be served alongside a pile of bacon and just-cooked eggs to make for a delicious, hearty breakfast.
Soul food is beloved by many people across the globe. While certain main dishes garner the bulk of that love, soul food desserts, such as the following recipe for “Miss Ruthie’s Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler” from Patty Pinner’s “Sweets: Soul Food Desserts & Memories” (Ten Speed Press) can complete a meal and keep friends and family coming back for more.
Hearty meals are best on cold nights, when food can provide a warming effect after coming in from the cold outdoors. This recipe for “Boeuf Bourguignon” from Jill Lightner’s “Edible Seattle: The Cookbook” (Sterling Epicure) is sure to provide such an effect.
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