This moist and packed full of flavor potato bread is one of my family’s favorite recipes. The dough is refrigerated overnight to enhance the flavor and texture of this bread.
This is an Americanized version, both sweeter and darker, of the typical Irish soda bread recipe. It is made with whole wheat flour, raisins, caraway seeds, and tangy buttermilk, with a crunchy sugar topping.
This Easy Glazed Irish Whiskey Cake is very moist and great tasting; better yet, it’s simple to prepare.
Melt-in-your-mouth cheesy mushroom puffs appetizers are easy to prepare and a treat to eat!
Smoked salmon and blue cheese are the perfect compliment in this tasty appetizer. Your guests will think you spent hours in the kitchen preparing these scrumptious tartlets!
A soothing, warming after-dinner drink made with Irish whiskey, sugar syrup and topped with whipped cream. You better double this recipe.
In Brooklyn, by Colm Toibin, Eilis Lacey lives with her mother and fashionable older sister, Rose, in a small rural Irish community in the 1950′s. Rose, with the help of an Irish priest visiting from America, arranges for Eilis to leave Ireland for Brooklyn.
My sister-in-law Lori prepared this awesome Irish Cottage Pie for our Brooklyn book club party. There wasn’t a bite left!
The Extra Special Crispy String Onions recipe produces a light and delicate crust over very thin-sliced onions. Serve up a big plate of these onion strings and watch them vanish!
A good New York City street pretzel is large, soft, chewy and salty.