St. Patrick's Day meals are normally corned beef and cabbage, but WTOP in DC has added a few more just in case that traditional meal doesn't appeal. They also show a tray of drinks for that day which are not appealing at all. The picture is pretty but I don't believe I could swallow any of them.
Irish grasshopper, emerald Mary, and herbal remedy all of which look thick and icky to me.
I have a lot of Irish in me but for some reason most of the meals touted as being Irish aren't food I'd relish. Give me Mexican food or Italian any day. Dale likes cooked cabbage so once in a generation I'll make it and I prefer my corned beef cured Kosher style.
The slide show of Irish meals has once dish I'd probably like, Stout braised chicken.
Bangers and mash is described horribly.
"Bangers and mash, which is popular throughout England and Ireland, typically is made with a mild pork sausage containing lots of breadcrumbs, a bit of sage and gobs of fat. Pile those onto a mound of buttery mashed potatoes topped with greasy gravy and you've got a nutritional nightmare."
But the corned beef hash stuffing looks good.
Actually celebrating St. Patrick's Day sounds best with an Irish beer and then any other food you really like.