10 Irish Recipe Resources for Thanksgiving

Guinness Christmas Pudding by Wee Kitchen

Guinness Christmas Pudding by Wee Kitchen

Although Thanksgiving is an American holiday, Irish-Americans have a knack for bringing a bit of Irish into any festivity. Here are ten resources that might inspire you to add a bit of the Emerald Isle to your Thanksgiving menu:

  • Irish Fireside Recipes: yep, we have recipes for mains, desserts, and drinks. If you’re feeling especially creative, try the Leprechaun mashed potatoes, frozen Black Irish, poitín cocktail, or corned beef and cabbage pizza!
  • Wee Kitchen: imagine a food blog where every recipe is inspired by Ireland and filled with beautiful photos. Even traditional foods get a makeover with tasty bursts of modern flavor.
  • The Irish Cook: Irish-American Margaret McGlew keeps it Irish in her books and on her tasty blog.
  • Donal Skehan: Irish television’s Kitchen Hero, Donal has put his personal twist on some of Ireland’s favorite foods.
  • Farmette.ie: Imen McDonnell has made the transition from American city girl to Irish country wife, mother, cook, and lifestylist blogger. Her recipes are delicious and her photos and film are gorgeous.
  • The Wild Geese: this online community provides us a great resource for all things Irish, and their food posts won’t disappoint.
  • Favorite Irish Recipes: Jody Halsted’s free e-book includes a collection of her favorite Irish foods and what they mean for her family.
  • Ireland’s Eye: there’s a long list of delicious Irish recipes on this Irish history and heritage website.
  • Food.com: you’ll find a lot of familiar favorites in the Food.com list of 20 Traditional Irish Foods.
  • The Vegetarian Times: I wouldn’t want to leave out my non-carnivorous friends. The Vegetarian Times offers their list of Irish recipes too.

Author: Corey

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  1. Thanksgiving is not just an American holiday.
    Canada also celebrates Thanksgiving in a more traditional manner

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