Easy Cheesy Potato and Onion Au Gratin is deliciously creamy and a real show stopper. It’s a simple side dish that takes minutes to put together, but is packed with cheesy goodness. What’s even better is that it can be made ahead of time, and leftovers, if any are just as good the next day….
Beer Battered Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas is a favorite pub meal. Add homemade tartar sauce, and you have a true winner! Traditionally, either cod or haddock is the fish of choice. However, any large flaked white fish will work.
The Irish are famous for their potato dishes. These incredible Irish Stacked Potato Bites are no exception. They’re easy to make, and perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. If they’re not gobbled up out of the oven, the Stacked Potato Bites also freeze and reheat beautifully.
Corned beef and cabbage is traditional fare for St. Patrick’s Day. For a nontraditional twist, I made Sous Vide Corned Beef with Irish Fried Cabbage. The corned beef was moist, flavorful, and fork tender, and the cabbage was brimming with flavor.
“May the road rise up to meet” you as you journey through these incredible dishes for St. Patrick’s Day. To help celebrate the festivities, I’ve teamed up with Grits and Pinecones to bring you 18 Incredible Irish Dishes that are certain to put a little jig in your step and a smile on your face.
Wondering what to serve for your special Easter dinner? Grits and Pinecones and I teamed up to bring you 9 amazing menus that are sure to take the guess-work out of your planning. From simple to elegant and everything in between, these 9 menus include 41 incredible tried and true dishes. You can complete your special…
Crispy Loaded Potato Smashers are flavorful little morsels that everyone is certain to absolutely love. They’re similar to potato skins, but without all of the fuss and mess. One bite and you’ll be totally hooked!
Irish Pan Haggerty is a delicious twist on a classic Northumberland potato dish using Dubliner cheese. It’s easy to make and will definitely wow those at your St. Patrick’s Day gathering.
Cajun Corn Maque Choux (pronounced Mock Shoe) is a traditional Southern Louisiana dish. Often viewed as Southern succotash, Maque Choux combines Native American and early settler influences to create an incredible corn-based dish. At its most basic level, Maque Choux includes fresh corn, onion, bell pepper, and spices. The Creole version adds tomatoes, and the…
When Susan and I were in New Orleans, she bought a cookbook devoted to the use of pecans. Baked Pecan Chicken was the one recipe that really caught her eye. Who could resist succulent pieces of chicken coated in pecans?