Dish - Vegetarian cuisine

Chicken Lanzone with a Twist

Chicken Lanzone is a dish that originated at Brennan’s restaurant in New Orleans and it’s said to be the perfect choice for vegetarians who don’t eat meat. The recipe starts with low carb ingredients, such as garlic powder, onion powder, chili power and paprika which are mixed two parts of each mixture together. This version…

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Worksheet - Pre-school

Irish Stew

Irish stew is a national dish of Ireland, and rightly so. This comforting stew is filling and delicious. A true taste of Ireland in a bowl. Depending on the county you visit or are from in Ireland, you will find a different list of ingredients for Irish Stew. For instance, it’s a bit of a…

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Irish potato soup - Soup

Irish Potato Soup

This is a comforting soup that tastes great right out of the pot, but even better the next day. And, especially if you live in the Midwest and have fallen into lower temps again, hot soup is definitely a great option for lunch or dinner. It’s a great appetizer, but pair it with some Irish…

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Soda bread - Baking

Delicious Irish Soda Bread

If you’re looking for a delicious and easy bread to make that doesn’t require any yeast, it looks like you’ve found it. I make this bread to go with whatever main dish I choose on St. Patrick’s Day, as well. We never have any left and they always want me to make it more often…

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Cruciferous vegetables - Brussels sprout

Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

Having trouble getting the family to eat Brussels sprouts, even though they’re really good for you? Here’s a little sinful variation…bits of bacon and a little bacon grease. Certainly, this isn’t not an every day vegetable, but a little green leafy indulgence now and then is a must. This is the only way some of…

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Irish cuisine - Mashed potato

Easy Irish Colcannon

Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes and cabbage or kale. It is, in my opinion, a delicious comfort food. It’s creamy and versatile, which makes it the perfect side dish for an array of entrees. An Irish Halloween tradition is to serve colcannon with a ring and a thimble hidden in the dish. Prizes…

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Israeli salad - Greek salad

Let’s Talk Keto

I’ve talked about the Keto diet a while back on here. I did attempt it but, due to my allergy to tree nuts, it just wasn’t a good fit for me. That being said, I have some friends that have had great success utilizing this diet. This is a more indepth overview of the diet,…

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