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Boiling Bacon With Parsley Sauce From 'My Irish Table'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 8 comments

Cathal Armstrong serves this "boiling bacon," or brined pork belly, for Halloween, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy it in March. It is, after all, comforting enough to tide us through the rocky weather of early spring, and the bright, herbaceous parsley sauce with which it's served has hints of the warm weather to come. More

Boiling Bacon with Parsley Sauce From 'My Irish Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Cathal Armstrong serves this "boiling bacon," or brined pork belly, for Halloween, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy it in March. It is, after all, comforting enough to tide us through the rocky weather of early spring, and the bright, herbaceous parsley sauce with which it's served has hints of the warm weather to come. More

Cashel Blue and Toasted Pecan Terrine With Frisée and Apple Jam From 'My Irish Table'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 1 comment

At Cathal Armstrong's flagship Restaurant Eve, they always serve a composed platter of Irish cheeses. One of Armstrong's favorites is Cashel Blue, a creamy and salty sheep's milk blue. More

Cashel Blue and Toasted Pecan Terrine with Frisée and Apple Jam From 'My Irish Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

At Cathal Armstrong's flagship Restaurant Eve, they always serve a composed platter of Irish cheeses. One of Armstrong's favorites is Cashel Blue, a creamy and salty sheep's milk blue. More

Piccalilli From 'My Irish Table'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 5 comments

Piccalilli is a heavily spiced Irish relish derived from Indian pickles. Cathal Armstrong's recipe in his new cookbook, My Irish Table, blends golden beets, cipollini onions, cauliflower, and radishes with a vinegary paste made with turmeric, mustard, and sugar. More

Piccalilli From 'My Irish Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 2 comments

Piccalilli is a heavily spiced Irish relish derived from Indian pickles. Cathal Armstrong's recipe in his new cookbook, My Irish Table, blends golden beets, cipollini onions, cauliflower, and radishes with a vinegary paste made with turmeric, mustard, and sugar. More

Shepherd's Pie From 'My Irish Table'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 3 comments

Corned beef may be what most Americans will eat to celebrate St. Patrick's Day today, but I'm here to make a case for a rich, homey shepherd's pie. After a weekend of revelry, there's nothing better than digging into a bowl of warm, meaty stew topped with creamy mashed potatoes. More

Shepherd's Pie From 'My Irish Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Corned beef may be what most Americans will eat to celebrate St. Patrick's Day today, but I'm here to make a case for a rich, homey shepherd's pie. After a weekend of revelry, there's nothing better than digging into a bowl of warm, meaty stew topped with creamy mashed potatoes. More

Cook the Book: 'My Irish Table' by Cathal Armstrong

Cook the Book Kate Williams Closed

Happy Saint Patrick's! I'm sure many of you celebrated the holiday over the weekend with green drinks and general revelry. I'm here to suggest that you continue the Irish celebration with food—not just today, but all week long, by cooking along with famed Irish restauranteur, Cathal Armstrong. More

24 Irish Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

No matter the nature of your St. Patrick's day traditions, great food is an absolute must. From classic (and not so classic) soda breads to stout-battered onion rings and corned beef galore, we've gathered 24 of our favorite Irish-inflected dishes and cocktail recipes to keep you well-fed and in high spirits all day long. More

Fantastic Irish Brown Bread at Matt Murphy's Pub in Brookline, MA

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 4 comments

The craggy crust, which is almost crisp, protects the moister (but still appropriately coarse and dense) interior. It's tailor-made for a good slather of the accompanying soft butter. More

From the Archives: How to Make the Best Corned Beef

J. Kenji López-Alt 11 comments

It's a little too late to start corning your own beef for St. Patrick's Day, but if all you want to do is cook a store-bought corned beef brisket in the best possible way, we've got you covered. More

Your NYC St. Patrick's Day Irish Food Itinerary

New York Ashley Tam 4 comments

St. Patrick's Day is coming up on March 17th, which means that whether or not we actually have Irish ancestry, we get to pretend to be Irish anyway. One of the best parts? Planning where to eat. We've looked back at our favorite pot pies, fish and chips, and corned beef—traditional Irish and otherwise—to tell you where to get the best. More

Drink the Irish Derby This St. Patrick's Day

Drinks Elana Lepkowski Post a comment

There seem to be two camps when it comes to Irish whiskey: those who absolutely love it, and those who don't. But this drink might just please everyone, and it's a great way to bring some Emerald Isle authenticity to your St. Patrick's Day party. More

Irish Cheddar and Vegetable Bread Pudding

Serious Eats Carrie Vasios Mullins 7 comments

This savory bread pudding marries onions, carrots, thyme, and sharp cheddar cheese for an earthy, cheesy side dish or main course. More

What's Your Favorite Irish Food in NYC?

New York The Serious Eats Team 5 comments

Where do you go for good Irish food, and what do you get there? Share your favorite restaurants, pubs, and markets in the comments. More

Lunch in the Loop: Go for the Full Irish Breakfast at Emerald Loop Bar & Grill

Chicago Dennis Lee 4 comments

Emerald Loop is just on the border of the north Loop, and it has a fairly large sidewalk seating area, where you can eat outside. The restaurant serves Irish pub food, just like the countless other bars in Chicago, but it's also one of the only places in the area to try a full Irish breakfast. More

10 Delicious Irish Products You Should Get to Know

Erin Zimmer 7 comments

Whenever St. Paddy's time rolls around, corned beef and potatoes seem to be the only "Irish food" people can jabber on about. Well, as many Irish people will tell you, they hardly even eat corned beef (potatoes, on the other hand, they can't get enough). As the resident Irish-American editor on staff here, I felt it was my duty to share some of the many lesser-known Irish food gems. More

Bronx Eats: Shepherd's Pie at Sean's Quality Deli, Woodlawn

New York Chris E. Crowley 1 comment

One of the Bronx's northernmost locales, Woodlawn is the only neighborhood in New York that still receives a steady stream of fresh Irish immigrants. There you'll find Sean's Quality deli and this shepherd's pie, perhaps not food to lust over, but undoubtedly a taste of home, wherever you're from. More

Awesome New Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey: Powers John's Lane

Drinks Andrew Strenio 3 comments

Irish whiskey is experiencing a bit of a renaissance these days. Though the category has often been overlooked by connoisseurs and critics alike, there's no better time to be a supporter. Just in time for St. Patrick's day, Powers John's Lane is coming stateside, and giving Red Breast 12 Cask Strength (which I've previously considered the best Irish whiskey available in the US) a run for its money. More

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