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Monthly Archives: March 2015
Jell-O and Easter go together like soup and sandwich! So why not make Jell-O eggs? I bought one of the egg shaped molds once and got frustrated because the Jell-O always stuck to the sides! Now I just use real … Continue reading
Ready to make three kinds of deviled eggs? Onion and Parsley, Bacon and Bleu and Cream Cheese and Lox….
I love my crock pot and I love chili. It’s that cup that warms you up while you eat it – and this one will do just that. Don’t let the long list of ingredients scare you. It’s mostly spices! … Continue reading
Springtime brings sunnier weather and the outside grill suddenly calls out my name!! Here is a great (and pretty easy) dish to welcome in the BBQ season!
Corned beef is not a traditional Irish food – in fact, it isn’t Irish at all!! Irish immigrants in the 1800s lived alongside other immigrants in New York and frequented Jewish delis. Although pork was the favored meat, beef was … Continue reading
Irish soda bread here in the U.S. almost always has a lot of sugar, raisins and caraway seed. Although some traditional Irish soda breads do have the seed, they are not sweet, but rather savory breads. Goes great with Irish … Continue reading
Too warm out for hot coffee? Try it iced!
Coddle, a potato and meat stew, dates back to the 1700s in Ireland and is linked to the cities rather than the countryside. Irish Catholics didn’t eat meat on Fridays, so they would prepare a potato and meat stew on … Continue reading
I’m usually fairly modest when it comes to tooting my own horn, but ya know – This soup is pretty doggone good!! My husband called it the best potato soup he’s ever eaten! (and it’s so easy to make!) It’s … Continue reading