Top Rated Irish Recipes

A twist on your traditional mint julep, but made with Irish whiskey — courtesy of the Salt Creek Grille in Princeton, N.J. Your St. Patrick's Day celebrations will never be the same. 
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With so many reports on the presidential campaigns these days, it can become overwhelming to keep all the facts straight. We recommend consulting the Irish Diplomat as you fact check the candidates. Its vanilla flavor mixed with Black Bush Irish Whiskey and Guinness will help your reasoning skills. (But, don’t have too much or you may confuse facts with faction.)Courtesy of Bushmills Irish Whiskey.
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4.5

irish appletini
Photo and recipe courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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4.5

irish mule
The Time New York’s festive St. Patrick’s Day-inspired cocktail available at LeGrande Lounge ($14)Photo and recipe courtesy of The Time New York and LeGrande Lounge
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4.5

Irish Pasties
Recipe Courtesy of Traeger Wood Fire Grills'These portable pies are originally Cornish, but have since been adopted as traditional Irish pub fare, usually served with crisps (Irish for Fries) and—if you’re feeling daring—gravy for dipping.
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Irish Nachos
The secret to this recipe is the way you build it. You have to layer the criss-cut fries, starting with the largest on the bottom, using the cheese sauce between the layers to hold the pyramid together as you build it. It's also very important that the cheese sauce be the right consistency — too thin and it won’t hold together, too thick and the texture won't be right. Click here to see The Ultimate Guide to Nachos.
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luck of the irish skinnygirl
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style with this health-conscious cocktail.This recipe is provided by Skinnygirl.
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The pre-made Skinnygirl® Margarita is convenient, super flavorful, and enhanced by fresh jalapeño chile for a satisfying finish. After one glass, your friends will start to feel very lucky!Courtesy of Skinnygirl®
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Irish Cream Fudge
You might want to save this fudge for the adults-only dessert table. Milk chocolate and Irish cream liqueur combine to make one delicious, spiked fudge perfect for an after dinner treat alongside coffee.
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3.5

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There's really no such thing as Irish pizza, of course — not in any traditional sense, at least. The historic Kitchen Bar in Belfast does serve what they've dubbed "Paddy Pizza", ham or chicken and sliced tomatoes on a soda bread crust with Irish Cheddar melted on top, however, and in the late 1980s, Bernadette O'Shea introduced Sligo to real Mediterranean-style pizza at her Truffles restaurant, and later developed a pizza topped with black pudding (Irish blood sausage) and leeks. The pizza created by this recipe, which is my invention, might be said to be the illegitimate spawn of those two preparations. For 7 Cheesy Ways to Enjoy Irish Cheddar.
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This hot, creamy classic will warm you to the bone, thanks to Jameson and hot coffee. This recipe was originally published at Irish Coffee; for more stories like this, subscribe to Liquor.com for the best of all things cocktails and spirits. 
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Who’s to say that the Emerald Isle isn’t the land of milk and honey? Read more about Beyond Green Beer: 15 Great Cocktails for St. Patrick's Day
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