In honor of National Irish Food Day, and St. Patrick himself, here’s a quick wrap-up of a few of my favorite Irish-style recipes.
ST. PATRICK WAS A BRAVE MAN WHO RETURNED TO IRELAND, WHERE HE HAD BEEN KEPT AS A SLAVE, TO HELP CONVERT THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND TO CHRISTIANITY FROM PAGANISM. HE LIVED WITH CONSTANT DANGER TO HIS LIFE. LEGEND HAS IT HE DROVE AWAY THE SNAKES OF IRELAND AND USED THE SHAMROCK TO EXPLAIN THE HOLY TRINITY. SOURCE: THE CATHOLIC DIGEST
Irish Soda Bread
Non-dairy buttermilk makes this Irish soda bread vegan AND makes it uber delicious.Keep reading
Roasted Cabbage (it’s actually good)
Until very recently―and by very recently I mean like last week kind of recently―the thought of eating the cruciferous vegetable made me want to scream …Keep reading
Creamy (vegan) Whiskey Sauce
Typically, a whiskey sauce calls for beef broth, lots of butter and heavy cream. But, I promise you, choosing plant-based options are just as fabulous and the sauce is absolutely divine.Keep reading
Vegan Creamed Spinach
I have been called many things in my life—some good, some bad … and sometimes completely and totally unjustified. I am not, for the record, a weird eater. Nor am I picky. I just happen to know what I like and what I don’t like. I might be the only breathing human who likes canned spinach, but does that really make me weird? Food can carry a lot of memories.…Keep reading
Vegan Shepherd’s Pie
Call it a shepherd’s pie or a cottage pie … either way, this super easy, super comforting food is a winner-winner for any weeknight dinner.Keep reading
I’ll be greedy Shauna and take a portion of each! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!