Eve’s pudding was a favorite dessert in Ireland when I was growing up. A baked sponge tops deliciously sweetened and stewed apples, making it a comforting winter treat. A traditional British pudding, it was cooked in Ireland too and probably brought across the Irish sea by the many wonderful Irish cooks who worked in the […]
Irish American Mom's Recipes
Here you will find all of the recipes I share on my website. They're listed in publication order, with my most recent recipe appearing at the top of the list. For a categorized index check out my "Recipe Index" tab listed under the "Cooking" category. Happy Irish cooking.
Coddle yourself with a heart warming, comforting Irish sausage stew on Saint Patrick’s Day. Dublin Coddle is a traditional Irish dish primarily made by true blue Dubliners, enjoyed throughout the year and not just to celebrate St. Paddy. It’s a one-pot wonder full of potatoes, sausages, bacon and onions. Cooked slowly in water or broth […]
When the weather turns cold, a good beef stew is on the menu in our house. This very easy winter dinner is perfect for warming up when temperatures fall. Since the mercury has dropped so low in many parts of the eastern United States this week, I thought it would be the perfect time to […]
Irish Coffee is a favorite after dinner drink all over the world and consists of sweetened coffee with a shot of Irish whiskey, topped off with a layer of lightly whipped cream. But did you ever wonder how on earth Ireland became famous for a coffee cocktail rather than a tea based tipple? In […]
Pumpkin season is upon us and the perfect time for making home made pumpkin purée. I often buy canned pumpkin but love to make my own when pumpkins are available in the grocery store or at pumpkin patches all over the country. When my kids are in Ireland one thing they miss is pumpkin pancakes […]