A classic dessert with a little twist, our Irish bread pudding is warm and creamy with just the right amount of texture and crunch. The addition of the whiskey caramel sauce ties everything together, giving you that perfect dessert bite. Pair this with a nice hot cup of your favorite coffee–maybe even an Irish coffee if you’re not driving–and you’ll be all set to wind down and relax after dinner.
Named after their popularity in the city of Brussels, Belgium, Brussels sprouts can be prepared and enjoyed via a variety of different cooking methods with a seemingly endless possibility of ingredients to be added. We’ve decided to keep things simple and delicious with some bacon, parmesan cheese and a little onion. This is one quick and easy veggie side dish you’ll want to make over and over again!
Behold, your next great side dish: potatoes au gratin! Originating in French cooking, gratin is a culinary technique where a food is topped with a baked, browned crust, typically with some combination of cheese, butter, eggs or breadcrumbs. In other words: crispy, cheese and delicious! Here’s a video of this recipe in action. Warning: may cause hunger and drooling!
The beauty of making your own pizza is that you can use virtually any set of toppings your heart desires. If there are a few things you like that go well together, odds are they’ll taste great on a pizza too! We think we’ve found a winner with our salami arugula pesto pizza creation. The herbaceous, peppery flavor of the arugula really takes this one to the next level. So, crack open a cold beer or pour yourself a nice glass of wine and take this pizza pie out for a spin!
If you’ve long considered chicken breast to be bland or boring, think again. Using bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts is a game changer. Follow this simple recipe, and you will have a moist, juicy chicken dish, oozing with flavor. If your herb collection is a little sparse or you have a specific one you prefer, you can easily swap out the fresh herbs as you like for dill, chives, or even rosemary. One bit of this, and you’ll never do chicken breast any other way!
If you’re looking for an easy to make appetizer that will wow your guests, you’ve come to the right place. This tomato tart packs a ton of flavor in every warm, cheesy bite. One taste of it, and everyone will be ready to declare you the King or Queen of Hors d’oeuvres!
Originating from rural Mexico, huevos rancheros is a hearty breakfast dish that will wake you up with a little kick from the onions, peppers and salsa. There are certainly worse ways to start your morning! If a big breakfast isn’t your thing, this can also be perfect for brunch or even lunch. Is there really a bad time to enjoy some awesome eggs?
Originating from the British American colonies, the cobbler is dish consisting of a fruit (or sometimes savory) filling topped with batter or crumbled biscuits and then baked to achieve that perfect texture and crunch. We’ve decided to stick with the traditional dessert with our mixed berry cobbler, giving you a nice variety of those fresh and sweet berry tastes. So grab a cold glass of milk or nice hot cup of coffee and dig into this decadent dessert topped with vanilla ice cream.
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! 🍀🍀 We’ve decided to celebrate this year with our Irish Banger Skillet, which combines a few Irish classics without the hassle of washing multiple pots and pans. After all, you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen when you have songs to sing and jigs to dance. So grab your pint of Guinness or another favorite stout, and sink your teeth into this delicious medley of Irish sausage, potatoes, cabbage and more. Cheers! 🍻
Originating from the Canadian province of Quebec, poutine is a tasty and addictive appetizer or snack that’s perfect for sharing. We’ve flipped the script a little bit with this one, swapping out traditional french fries with sweet potatoes and using smoked Gruyère instead of cheese curds. Trust us when we say change can be good! So, grab a Molson Canadian or your other favorite beer from the Great White North and get cooking!