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Luck of the Irish

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Ingredients

  • 2 1/4 slices jalapeño chile, seeds removed (use more slices if you like it spicy)
  • 3 parts bottled margarita, such as Skinnygirl® Margarita
  • Chili powder or Mexican chile seasoning mixed with coarse salt
  • Lime peel for garnish

Directions

Muddle the jalapeño slices in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Pour Skinnygirl® Margarita over the jalapeños. Add ice and shake well. Rim a rocks glass with the chili powder mixture and pour in the margarita. Garnish with a lime peel.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


Potluck o&rsquo the Irish!

It&rsquos Friday! And it&rsquos not just any Friday. Today, rivers will be dyed green, Guinness taps will flow a little more freely, and more than 100 parades will be held all across the United States.

We thought we&rsquod join the fun, and even briefly (very briefly) considered dyeing the site green. But we&rsquoll wisely stick to what we do best: food!

So here are some recipes you can make to celebrate along with everyone else. Are they traditional? Hardly. But they come from a place of great affection for all things Irish. (Hello, potatoes and cabbage: we&rsquore looking at you.)

Exploring Irish Flavors (In a Pizza!). Bridget&rsquos family is staunchly proud of its Irish heritage, and we think she did them proud with this pizza featuring classic Irish ingredients!

Homemade Shamrock Shakes. Jessica calls these vanilla mint love bombs. No argument here.

5 Ways to Serve Sauteed Brussels Sprouts. Mini cabbages for the win! Okay, so Brussels sprouts are more than just mini cabbages. But still. Dara shows us 5 ways to serve them. Bonus Irish points for the second version that features bacon!

French Fry Bar. Because potatoes. Gaby shows us how to rock a french fry bar. Throw some Irish cheese in the mix! Cheese makes everything better.

How to Make Compound Butter. Okay, butter makes everything better too. Know what else is really, really sinfully good? Irish butter. With these 6 different flavor variations, you&rsquoll have an excuse to slather it on everything!

Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Rich and hearty, and oh! Hello again, potatoes! This recipe from Joanne is freezer-friendly, too. Want to make it more traditional? Use lamb instead of beef!

Elevating Oatmeal. Steel cut oats are also known as Irish oatmeal, and when you see all the ways Heather turns the humble oat into an impressive dish, you&rsquoll never look at oats the same way again.

How to Make Mustard. Have plans to turn those corned beef leftovers into sandwiches? Kick them up a notch with homemade mustard!

Homemade Honeycomb Candy. It&rsquos only fitting that we end with candy. Northern Ireland has its own honeycomb candy called Yellowman. Yes, it&rsquos ever-so-slightly different, but hey&mdashcandy!


We hope these recipes inspire you to join the festivities today. Whatever your plans may be, may your day be filled with merriment and good company.


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