Vanilla Ice Cream
I first heard of this surprisingly appealing concoction — sort of a root beer float for grownups — from my friend Belle Casares, née Holahan, a granddaughter of the Irish-American writer John O’Hara, who was in turn descended from the Anglo-Norman Franeys of County Laois. Click here to see the Cooking with Guinness story.  Adapted from “The Country Cooking of Ireland” by Colman Andrews. 
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Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Guinness and Sauteed Escarole
Believe it or not, I only recently started eating pork (I'm pretty sure that admitting to this may be sacreligious among foodies) due to my childhood aversion to the pig pen at a local farm in Stamford, Conn. This is a great recipe for people who, like myself, prefer pork with savory ingredients rather than sweet. Over a bed a garlicky escarole, with the earthiness of the Guinness and mushrooms, boneless pork chops are in their element. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Pork Chops
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Irish Stew
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, Boston's beloved Irish pub, The Black Rose, has decided to share their secret to making the perfect homemade Guinness beef stew. This time-tested recipe has been a favorite among customers since opening of their doors in 1976 and has all the rich flavors of a traditional Irish stew updated with a delicious Guinness twist.
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beef and guinness stew
This classic Irish dish uses real Guinness beer in contrast with tender beef and root vegetables. Whether you're gearing up for St. Patrick's Day or just looking for fulfilling stew, this recipe will hit the spot.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson appeared in the Sun Sentinel.
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A classic Guinness beef stew is a must have for St. Patrick's Day, but it's truly a comforting dish for any time of year.This recipe by Judy Hevrdejs originally appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Caraway Stout Cocktail
This cocktail that includes Irish whiskey, Guinness and caraway seeds is the perfect drink to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Guinness
This is one of the many Irish variations on fruitcake, moistened not with the usual whiskey, rum, or brandy, but with rich brown stout. This is Darina Allen’s recipe. Click here to see the Cooking with Guinness story.  Adapted from “The Country Cooking of Ireland” by Colman Andrews. 
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Goodness Gracious
For this cookie, Ashley Swider wanted to do something in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, yet have the name reflect her positive vibe that’s carried throughout the company, yesUmay. The result? A salty, rich, and flavorful cookie that has a brownie-like consistency.  Click here to see the Cooking with Guinness story. 
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Chocolate Guinness Cupcakes
Combining Guinness and dark cocoa powder makes for an intense, rich cupcake, which still retains its light, fluffy texture.This recipe is courtesy of Chowhound.
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Mini Guinness
Irish chef Clodagh McKenna shares how to make her Mini Guinness chocolate mousses, which, despite the name, don't actually contain Guinness. Click here to see McKenna's demo video, as she walks you step-by-step through this recipe.
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Located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego, Calif., The Commons Bar has established itself as the ultimate weekend brunch hot spot. They're known for their signature brunch menu and delicious Bloody Marys, recipe below, which are served in mason jars and garnished with a medley of toppings from olives and limes to jumbo shrimp. The Commons is the perfect place to celebrate National Bloody Mary Day.
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Guinness Stew
 Rumor has it that when Arthur Guinness first signed the lease to an unused brewery in the St. James section of Dublin, he was so confident in his brew that he made a deal to own the space for 9,000 years. Centuries later, it is safe to say that it was a smart investment. Everyone can respect a decent pour of the black gold, but what your loved ones will really go wild for is how you infuse it with traditional peasant fare in this easy, hearty stew.
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