Irish Cooking in your Liberty Towers ApartmentBY libertytowers, March 9, 2016
Whether your roots trace back to Irish heritage or not, St. Patrick’s Day is fun for all to celebrate–partially because of all the food! If you are looking to get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, there is no better way to do it then devouring some authentic Irish food! There are lots of great places you can find around Jersey City to eat at, but you can celebrate just as much by whipping up Irish cuisine in your Liberty Towers apartment!
Corned Beef and Cabbage– This recipe from The Food Network gives all the details to making every part of your meal homemade, including making your own herb butter! Since Corned Beef is the staple of St. Patrick’s Day there are many recipes out there. This one calls to serve the Irish Dish with cabbage, potatoes and carrots.
Irish Beef and Stout Stew– This meal is the perfect Irish dish. With ingredients of potatoes, garlic, onion, peas and more, this beef and stout combination gives you a great Irish feast!
Irish Soda Bread– Irish soda bread goes with everything! It makes for the perfect snack, side dish to stew, or even can be served as a dessert. With the wide range of options, everyone should have one recipe in their back pocket. Simply recipes is one great one that is easy enough to make at home.
Guinness Ice Cream– Guinness can be usefully for more than just being guzzled down at the bar! This tasty ice cream adds a traditional Irish twist with Guinness the main ingredient. The recipe is from Food & Wine and lists all the steps and ingredients you’ll need!
A big part of St. Patrick’s Day is pairing delicious authentic Irish food with some Irish drinks!
Here is a list of traditional Irish beers, perfect to serve with your holiday meal.
Not a huge fan of all the Guinness and beer? There are plenty of other drinks you can make at your Liberty Towers celebration without setting foot in a bar! If you’re a fan of whisky you are in luck, as many drinks use Jameson as the main liquor for celebratory St. Paddy’s Day drinks. Below you can find a few links to several different cocktail recipes.