Here are some wonderful Irish recipes from New England to prepare for St. Patrick's Day or any day:
Beef and Guinness Stew - A healthy recipe from Newburyport, Massachusetts, native and second-generation Irish-American chef Margaret Johnson.
Chocolate Guinness Cake with Irish Cream Sabayon - A decadent dessert recipe, from Chef Clare Garland of Ashmont Grill in Dorchester, Massachusetts, on BostonChefs.com.
Corned Beef Hash recipe, from Murphy's Bed and Breakfast in Narragansett, Rhode Island.
Dorothy Stack's Irish Soda Bread - Cookingvillage.com showcases this family recipe from Dorothy Stack of Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
Gaelic Steak - This recipe from Smugglers' Notch Inn in Jeffersonville, Vermont, features Irish whisky.
Irish Apple Pastry - A family recipe shared by the Liberty Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts.
Irish Brown Cake recipe, from The Inn on Sea Street in Hyannis, Massachusetts.
Irish Cabbage Soup recipe, from Vermont's Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center.
Irish Potato Pie recipe, from the Old Farmer's Almanac.
Irish Scones recipe, from Sea Breeze Inn on Cape Cod in Hyannis, Massachusetts.
Irish Soda Bread - A traditional recipe from Touch of Ireland Guest House in New Haven, Connecticut.
Irish Soda Bread - Another traditional recipe from the RecipeSource database that has been widely shared by Hibernians in Boston.
Irish Stew - This hearty Taste of Home recipe comes from Lois Glezer of Standish, Maine.
Irish Stew with Mint Sour Cream - According to Better Homes and Gardens, the source for this recipe, this hearty meat-and-potato stew fortified the Irish immigrants of Boston.
Irish Trifle - A simple dessert recipe from Cape Cod Fiddler's Green Inn in West Harwich, Massachusetts.
Killian's Irish Red Gray Corned Beef - Add beer to your corned beef with this recipe from Haverhill Beef in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Murphy's Irish Toast - Give French toast an Irish makeover with this recipe from Yankee Magazine's B&B and Inn Directory.
New England Corned Beef Dinner - This recipe from Alan's Kitchen includes instructions for making corned beef and taking it to go for a picnic or tailgate.
Slow-Roasted Beef Tenderloin and Braised Cabbage - Take your St. Patrick's Day supper upscale with these recipes from James Beard Award-winning Chef Barbara Lynch, who grew up in Irish South Boston.
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