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  1. St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef

    March 17th is the perfect time to serve traditional corned beef. Ours come from beef raised without the use of antibiotics or added hormones. Learn more.

    Categories: Meat, Theo Weening

  2. St. Patrick’s Day Quiche
    Recipe Rating: 3.05914

    Filled with sautéed cabbage and onions, and dotted with Irish cheddar and salty ham, this quiche pays homage to one of our favorite spring celebrations. Tasty for brunch or an easy dinner, it’s a great use for leftover spiral-sliced ham.

    Categories: Breakfast and Brunch

  3. Corned Beef and Cabbage
    Recipe Rating: 3.31673

    Corned beef doesn't get its name from the grain corn, but instead from its being preserved in brine. The brine was made using "grains", or corns, of salt, thus corned beef. And it wouldn't be St. Patrick's Day without corned beef and cabbage!

    Categories: Main Dishes, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Wheat Free

  4. Cabbage and Leek Griddle Cakes
    Recipe Rating: 3.90925

    Bring these skillet cakes, akin to latkes, to your Easter, Passover or St. Patrick's Day table since they pair perfectly with ham, corned beef, brisket or lamb. Alternately, if you have leftovers from any of those, you can finely chop and use them in this recipe. Feel free to make one big cake instead or, for an appetizer, try goat cheese-topped mini versions.

    Categories: Appetizers, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Low Fat, Sugar Conscious

  5. Cheddar and Ham Puff
    Recipe Rating: 3.56514

    Serve this rich breakfast or brunch treat—a fragrant cross between a quiche and a soufflé—as the main entrée. A fruit salad or crisp garden salad rounds out the meal perfectly, whether it's Easter, St. Patrick's Day or a breakfast-for-dinner weeknight. Use leftover spiral-sliced ham in the recipe, or omit the meat all together for a vegetarian dish.

    Categories: Breakfast and Brunch, Sugar Conscious

  6. Adventures in Brewing: Guinness Draught

    It's that time of year again…when things turn green: grass, trees and beer! It's time to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and all things Irish. There's nothing more Irish than Guinness…well, maybe a leprechaun…and we have the pleasure of bringing you the adventure of this brewer's famous Draught.

    Categories: Wine & Beer, Our Wine Guys

  7. Are You Eating Something Green?

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Kate Rowe

  8. What to Make This Week

    Need help figuring out the age-old question of what to make for dinner? We can help! Here are seven recipes for inspired meal planning.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Megan Myers

  9. Cabbage, the Versatile Vegetable

    While cabbage has a rich history with traditional Irish fare, it’s also a mainstay of cuisines from around the world. Cabbage is often eaten raw in salads and slaws like but it’s also delicious braised, sautéed or baked with meats or other vegetables.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Produce, Alana Sugar

  10. The Perfection of Corned Beef

  11. Whole Kids Club @ Cap Hill

    Shopping with the little one today? Stop by our Customer Service Desk & pick up a healthy snack for the kids to munch on while you shop. Stay up to date on our Whole Kids Club events by checking out our In-Store Events Calendar or our online Events Calendar. For our March Whole Kids Club, we had a St.
  12. A Stout-Spiked Twist on Shepherd's Pie

    I’ll say it once, I’ll say it twice – heck I’ll say it all day long. Just about any recipe that calls for water, broth, stock or some sort of cooking liquid can be partially substituted with beer! As a result, casseroles, stews, soups and chilis all make excellent bases for cooking with beer.

    Categories: Wine & Beer, The Beer Wench

  13. Clearing Out for the New Year

    With the holidays behind us, has the urge to purge taken hold of you? Here are some tips to clear out the old stuff responsibly.

    Categories: Green Action, Holidays 2011, Anna Madrona

  14. Dubliner Irish Cheddar with Stout

  15. Latin Party From Putumayo

    Congratulations to Anya from Boulder, our randomly selected winner of the Putumayo CDs! Putumayo World Music’s latest release is Latin Party, just in time to help make your Cinco de Mayo celebration a real toe tapper. (Read on for a chance to win some Putumayo CDs.) Ethnomusicologist Jacob Edgar, who helps Putumayo in finding music and artists for their new releases, provides this overview of Cinco de Mayo and the Latin Party CD.

    Categories: Contests, Trends & New Stuff, Paige Brady

  16. Green-Themed Grub

    Not only is it in the spirit of the day but eating green foods can be good for you too.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  17. Welcome Spring Savings with The Whole Deal

    Hooray for Spring! From Spring cleaning to celebrating Earth Month, we’re ready to help you save some green with the latest issue of The Whole Deal value guide.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Value - Whole Deal, Value Guru

  18. Get Your Greens In

    From wearing green clothes to drinking green beer, everyone seems to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Why not take it one step further and eat green food, too? Not only is it in the spirit of the day but eating green foods can be good for you too. How lucky! Here are some of our favorite green foods and recipes to inspire your menu on March 17th and beyond. Breakfast

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  19. Dishing up Some Hanukkah Soul (Food)

  20. A Bunch of Ideas for Enjoying Asparagus

    Asparagus is such a versatile vegetable — delicious hot or cold, sautéed or steamed, roasted or grilled – and they’re at their peak in the spring.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Produce, Alana Sugar

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