Let's take a moment to thank potatoes. They're comforting, and they serve as the canvas for many of our favorite meals. They hold up our braises and complement our roasts, crisp up after a stint in the oven and soften with a kiss of cream.
This St. Patrick's Day, you certainly need to include a very special guest from the Emerald Isle -- and no, green beer doesn't count.
What makes Red Flannel Hash stand out from other hash concoctions is its use of beets. In this recipe, Michele Knaus uses red and yellow beets, giving...
Other than Halloween, St. Patrick's Day is the year's biggest costume-clad binge drinking event. But unlike October 31st, your clothing options are pretty limited. Follow the rules below to make sure you don't look like an idiot when you're acting like one.
A JetBlue flight attendant shares her recent itinerary.
The perfect spots to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Before I even had children, I obsessed over how to deal with the Santa Claus question, what to tell my Jewish kids that wouldn't make them feel left out, but wouldn't lead them to tell others that Santa wasn't real. But mischevious leprechauns for St. Patrick's Day? What the what?
If you can't get to Dublin, mix a batch of lucky libations for your Irish friends.
They're rare, super-collectible, and as a result, pretty expensive.
Since St. Patrick's Day is on a Sunday, this the perfect opportunity to turn the one day holiday into a weekend of partying, eating and drinking. Here is perfect way to navigate correctly and celebrate the holiday so you will never forget and/or remember.
This year, Irish New Yorkers have special reason to celebrate their Irish heritage and St. Patrick's Day. 2013 marks the start of the 100th anniversary of a series of landmarks in an almost decade-long struggle for Irish independence from Great Britain.
Those of us on the path may be pursuing a state of peace, but we can often feel dour and uptight about the supposed differences between our party-loving friends and ourselves. This year, consider using the holidays as a way to not take such pursuits so seriously.
It was built in 1131 as a religious house by Cistercian Monks and despite the shell of this structure being open to the skies, it remains the best-preserved medieval abbey in Wales.
Buttermilk, I thought to myself, how will that taste in a bread recipe?
Make these rich chocolate cupcakes topped with minty-green frosting in honor of Saint Paddy!
A hatred deeper than that of dropped calls, missing a late-night train L train back to the city, or even commuting through Penn Station after a WWE event just let out at Madison Square Garden.