St. Patrick’s Day is also called the Feast of St. Patrick, and well…let’s eat!
Since this began as a celebration of Christianity coming to Ireland, it is based upon the foods that were grown & raised natively, as well as the introduction of the potato, which heavily influences their cuisine.
From corned beef to cabbage & potatoes, stews of pork or lamb with root vegetables, hearty & rustic breads, shepherd’s pie, even crubeens or pig’s trotters, and coddle made with pork sausage, back bacon & potato. Potato dishes including colcannon, champ & boxty.
Ireland is an island, and don’t forget all the fresh seafood from the coastal cities. Lobster, shellfish, salmon & cod are most common. Red algae like Carrageen moss & Dulse are commonly added to seafood offerings giving a distinct flavor, and enhancing the nutritional value as well.
Not sure about you, but mouths are watering over here!
So, find out how Cooking with Kimberly will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day…
Tune in Tomorrow:
- 610 CKTB in the Niagara Region on the radio
- Live Stream 610 CKTB online
I hope you enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day Fun on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
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