Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the Baker family to yours! In honor of one of our favorite holidays we have compiled three classic Irish recipes all made using Bakers Irish brands of course!

First up is Smithwick’s Irish Beer and Cheese bread! This bread is hearty enough to be a meal in itself but we prefer it as a before dinner snack or paired it with eggs and bacon for a filling breakfast.

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Ingredients & Instructions

Next up we have an Irish classic – Guinness Beef Stew! This recipe is great for family dinners or a small dinner party.

Guinness Beef Stew

Ingredients

Last but not least we have an Irish twist on an American classic – Magners Irish Cider Mac & Cheese. The perfect combo of sweet and savory, we cannot get enough of this stuff!

Magners Irish Cider Mac & Cheese (1)

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Be sure to comment and let us know which one is your favorite!

Just because the holidays have ended doesn’t mean you should sacrifice all the good food, sweet treats & yummy cocktails (even if that was your resolution – we all deserve cheat days.) If you’re anything like us then you probably have a lot of leftover beverages from the holidays and we want to help you put them to good use. That is why we found three tasty recipes that incorporate your favorite Baker brands – and if you don’t have these drinks on hand all it takes is quick trip to the market for these recipes to come alive!

 

First for all our cider lovers out there: 1fe3973c102001712987e0009631e949
The cold weather is here to stay so why not warm up with this deliciously sweet hot cider!

 

Second we have a match made in heaven: cheese and beer!
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We recommend using Otter Creek’s Russian Imperial Stout for this recipe and for our resident vegetarians feel free to leave out the meat or make substitutions. For cooking details click here.

 

To finishing things off we found this incredible dessert recipe. Spoiler alert – it’s Red Wine Brownies!
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We recommend 14 Hands Winery 2014 Merlot for this recipe. For cooking details click here.

Comment and let us know your favorite!


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