Taste Recipe Round-Up: St. Patrick’s Day Edition

We’ve narrowed down our top 6 favourite recipes to make and eat this St. Paddy’s Day. Whether you’re hosting a St. Patrick’s Day themed party or having a St. Patrick’s Family Day – these are some of our top Irish-inspired-MUST-try recipes right here!

6.Touch O Green

Bold, delicious and green. The fresh flavours of kiwi and lime combined with the local notes of Ironworks vodka make for a refreshing and balanced cocktail.  2 Doors Down has created the perfect cocktail to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!


5. Braised Beef Brisket and Kidney Pie

Braised Beef Brisket and Kidney Pie

Having a St. Paddy’s Day party? Guests will devour Craig Flinn’s (Chives Bistro) Braised Beef Brisket and Kidney Pie.


4. Cranberry Orange Scones

This may not be your traditional Irish scone recipe but it’s definitely a recipe to try! Everyone will be drooling when you make these Masstown Market scones. The tartness of the cranberries and the zing of orange make it the perfect accompaniment for tea and coffee or for St. Patrick’s Day brunch.


3. Shepherd’s Pie

Photo of: shepherds pie from flying apron

This Shepherd’s Pie recipe from The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery is a hearty, warm comfort food perfect for surviving the cold winter months. It’s packed with lamb and delicious spices such as: nutmeg, rosemary, thyme oregano.


2. Top of the Morning

Photo of Top of the Morning drink, created by Morris East

The luck o’ the Irish will be on your side if you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Nova Scotia sparkling wine. This super easy, tasty, green recipe provided by Morris East will leave your St. Patrick’s Day guests in a green daze.


1. Roasted Leg of Lamb with Potato Fricasee

Brooklyn Warehouse Roast Lamb

This last recipe provided by the Brooklyn Warehouse is an elegant twist on an Irish favourite. Using lamb, bacon, potatoes and so much more this recipe will be sure to impress any St. Patrick’s Day dinner guest.


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