Posts tagged ‘St. Patrick’s Day’

March 19th, 2014

Irish Cream French Toast {with Irish Soda Bread}

by Chrissy

 

Irish Cream French Toast_LYK1

I’m pretty sure that I have one ounce of Irish blood. After recipe testing and inhaling slices of this Irish Cream French Toast for breakfast, dinner and maybe a snack in between, I probably have twice as much Irish blood running through my veins. Probably a little bit more, after that Irish Coffee I just had to pair with the French toast…but don’t worry it was when I had it for dinner and not breakfast.

Irish Cream French Toast_LYK5

If you haven’t ever … Read more...

March 16th, 2014

Irish Soda Bread Breakfast Sandwich {toasted with cheese and arugula}

by Lauren

irishsoda4

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! I hope you have your corned beef slow cooking away preparing itself for tonight’s feast.

Another classic for this holiday is that fantastic Irish Soda Bread. My mother-in-law handed me half of a loaf of her infamous version of the recipe as we left her house this weekend. She loads hers up with not only raisins but caraway seeds!

If you have a surplus of Irish Soda Bread, I have a solution. Here’s a way to … Read more...

March 18th, 2012

St. Patrick’s Day Leftover Solution: Corned Beef Hash

by Lauren

IMG_4078
Pin It

But first, a recap of another food filled weekend!

IMG_0324

Believe it or not, the home of the LYK successfully fit 10 people sitting on the floor, around a “table” for St. Patrick’s Day dinner.

IMG_0333

A memorable feast was of course the star of the show.

IMG_0325

Homemade breads.

IMG_0328

Endless potatoes, carrots, onions and cabbage.

IMG_0330

Green Funfetti Cupcakes by Lindsey

IMG_0332

And last but not least, Shamrock Shakes for adults only by Lindsey

IMG_0331

If any of the above items look at … Read more...

March 17th, 2011

Saint Patrick’s Day Feast!

by Chrissy

 

 

The classic Irish spread

 

 

LYK readers… I have a surprise for you all! Folks, it is my honor to introduce you to one of my best friends & favorite older sister, Jen. She is so excited to be guest posting on this marvelous Irish holiday, and the Little Yellow Kitchen is so lucky to have this culinary master-mind!

 

Everyone, meet Jen. Jen meet, everyone.

 

Here she goes:

So, it all started with the … Read more...