Top Rated Irish Recipes

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Oak-aged whiskey-based cocktails stand up well next to steak and other hearty beef dishes. Try this simple Bushmills Irish Buck, which contains lime juice and ginger ale, to enhance your next T-bone. Courtesy of: liquor.com
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No Christmas get together would be complete without Irish coffee. The cocktail is a great way to unwind after a filling meal of ham, mashed potatoes and apple pie. Recipe courtesy of Diageo
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Proper Irish Coffee
Regular coffee is great and all but sometimes you might want an extra splash of something special to get through the day. This cocktail recipe uses hot coffee with Irish whiskey and heavy cream.Recipe courtesy of Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey
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Of course, the primary food group featured at any good Irish funeral is booze. With all that alcohol, a groaning board of food was necessary to help absorb some of it so the drinking could continue through the night. One of the old reliables was a Wake Cake. In the book Death Warmed Over: Funeral Food, Rituals, and Customs From Around the World learn how 75 different cultures from various countries and religions around the world use food in conjunction with death in ritualistic, symbolic, and even nutritious ways.
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Irish Potatoes
These Irish potato candies are a festive and easy way to celebrate Saint Patricks Day.
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Colcannon
Don’t miss out on this comforting potato side dish at your St Paddy’s day feast.This recipe is courtesy of Simply Recipes.
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Teeling Whiskey, the “Liquid Gold” that has roots in Dublin, is all about quality over quantity. Teeling brothers Jack and Stephen opened the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in 2015 - the FIRST new distillery in Dublin in over 125 years!Here's my favorite recipe with their delicious whiskey! 
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Irish Soda Bread
No yeast? No problem. Soda bread doesn’t call for any yeast, and you can switch up the recipe with ingredients you already have. For example: if you don’t have raisins, swap them out for dried cranberries or orange zest.
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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
scones
These scones are the perfect morning indulgence — they're cheesy, buttery, and flaky with just a hint of sweetness.
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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 traditional hot drink is the best antidote to being so overwhelmed by the cold you don't even feel like going out. It will undoubtedly kick off your evening right.
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