Tuesday, April 20, 2021
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Bourbon Stout Cocktail

This Bourbon Stout Cocktail was easy to make, beautiful, and brought out the best in all its ingredients. Adds a chocolatey touch to the Holidays!

Crock-Pot Brown Sugar Glazed Ham

While this crockpot glazed ham recipe was very easy, and the ham was fall-apart tender, I didn't love it. I'm going back to baking in the oven next year.

Juicy & Tender Roasted Pork Loin

Roasted pork loin with apples, onion, and fresh herbs is good. But add an easy to make green apple sauce, and it gets even better.

Boozy Irish Coffee Milkshake with Bailey’s Caramel Drizzle

Irish whiskey, coffee, ice cream, Irish cream, and salted caramel sauce? Oh yeah! It blurs the line between drinks and dessert, but I’m okay with that.

Irish Soda Muffins

Irish soda muffins are an easy way to add mini portions of soda bread to your meal. They're ready in 30 minutes and taste great with or without butter.

Irish Cast Iron Skillet Corned Beef Colcannon Casserole

This filling casserole is the classic Irish-American St. Patrick's Day dinner made in one pan--think layers of potatoes, cabbage, and corned beef. Yum!

Bourbon Orange Glazed Ham

Glazed ham doesn't get much better than this! Bourbon, mustard and orange marmalade make a sweet and tangy glaze that's perfect with salty, smoky ham.

Pumpkin Cupcakes with Brown Butter Frosting

These pumpkin cupcakes are full of classic Fall flavors, plus they're topped with a sweet brown butter frosting, caramel sauce, and pecans. Yum!

Guinness Black Magic Cocktail

This Guinness cocktail is a daring mix of stout, bourbon, blackberries, and lime. It's an interesting twist on a St. Patrick's Day cocktail.

Guinness Irish Soda Bread

Guinness gave this soda bread such a delicious flavor. It was much more subtle than drinking it, and my husband and I loved it. The bread is dense and hearty—perfect for dipping into the broth from the corned beef and cabbage I made with it without falling apart and so good with butter for breakfast the next day.

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