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2019-12-10 11:13:38


  Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day, a holiday that celebrates Irish culture and the patron saint of Ireland. Whether you’re headed to a parade or a party, we have all the recipes you need for your celebration, whether classic Irish stew or Irish coffee. And don’t forget to wear something green, because everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.

  Corned Beef

  Corned beef and cabbage is classic St. Patrick’s Day fare for Irish-Americans. The meat is really just brisket that’s been cured in salt and spices, then braised until tender. It’s too late to “corn” your own for the holiday (it requires about five days’ brining). So pick up a brined, uncooked corned beef, and cook it in an Instant Pot, a slow cooker or in the oven. Leftover corned beef is great in a Reuben, Irish tacos or in red-flannel hash.

  View our full collection of corned beef recipes.

  Irish Soda Bread

  You can make most Irish soda breads — quick breads that use baking soda as a leavener instead of yeast — in under an hour. They’re crackly and crunchy on the surface and tender on the inside. Try a traditional version, or a whole-wheat version that’s studded with raisins. Barmbrack Irish sweet bread and whole-wheat buttermilk scones with raisins and oatmeal are also perfect for the holiday. They’re all best served warm and slathered with good butter.

  View our full collection of soda bread and scone recipes.


  Whatever you serve for the main event, end with something sweet. We have over 20 St. Patrick’s Day dessert recipes, including Irish cream poundcake, classic Irish trifle or rainbow sprinkle cake (no pot of gold, though). Sophisticated palates will love a ginger-stout cake seasoned with grated fresh ginger, powdered ginger, black pepper and cloves.

  Recipes Made With Guinness Beer

  When you’re tired of drinking it, cook with it: Here are 15 recipes that can be made with Guinness (or any other dark stout beer). Sam Sifton’s Guinness pie is a worthy project, as is Nigella Lawson’s tender chocolate Guinness cake, topped with fluffy cream-cheese frosting (the finished cake resembles a frothy pint). Or start our slow cooker Guinness beef stew in the morning and let it braise while you party or parade. Dinner will be ready when you step through the door. (You can also make it in a pressure cooker or in the oven.)

  Something Green

  Nod to the holiday simply by serving a verdant meal. Start with green shakshuka with avocado and lime, kale salad with apples and Cheddar or Provençal greens soup; and end with grasshopper brownies, matcha pie or green velvet cake (substitute green food coloring for red). Bonus points for serving pints of green beer alongside.

  View our full collection of more than 25 green dishes.

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  【唐】【姿】【又】【怕】【杨】【晨】【说】【看】【什】【么】【武】【技】【方】【面】【的】【书】【籍】,【又】【补】【充】【说】:“【不】【是】【修】【炼】【方】【面】【的】。【你】【总】【不】【可】【能】【一】【部】【电】【影】【也】【没】【有】【看】【过】【吧】?” “【这】【样】【啊】!”【杨】【晨】【回】【忆】【了】【一】【下】【道】:“【看】【过】【武】【侠】【片】【啥】【的】。” “【噗】【嗤】!”【唐】【姿】【不】【由】【娇】【笑】【了】【起】【来】,【他】【原】【本】【还】【以】【为】【杨】【晨】【会】【故】【作】【高】【深】,【说】【自】【己】【喜】【欢】【看】【文】【艺】【片】【之】【类】,【或】【者】【纪】【录】【片】【什】【么】【的】,【如】【此】【显】【得】【自】【己】【比】【较】【有】

  “【小】【碟】,【小】【碟】【啊】,【啊】【啊】”【方】【玲】【一】【把】【鼻】【涕】【一】【把】【泪】,【鬼】【哭】【狼】【嚎】【着】! “【糟】【了】,【小】【碟】【怕】【是】--” 【王】【林】【瞬】【间】【感】【到】【眩】【晕】,【五】【脏】【六】【腑】【刹】【那】【间】【都】【失】【去】【了】【知】【觉】,【有】【些】【不】【听】【使】【唤】【了】。【挣】【扎】【着】【的】【王】【林】【想】【跑】,【渴】【望】【再】【见】【爱】【人】【最】【后】【一】【面】,【怎】【耐】【一】【个】【趔】【趄】,【整】【个】【人】【瘫】【坐】【在】【地】【上】,【四】【肢】【像】【面】【饼】【一】【般】,【瘫】【成】【一】【坨】,【软】【而】【无】【力】;【筋】【骨】【似】【乎】【已】【不】【健】【全】,【喧】


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