St. Patrick’s Day feasts fit to please any crowd—sans green food dye.
Spread the Irish spirit this St. Patrick’s Day with three Irish-inspired menus which rely on naturally green elements—forgoing chemical-laden, processed food dyes—to add a festive green touch to mealtime. Whether you’re cooking for a gourmet audience, a pack of healthy eaters, or planning dishes for your little ones, we have you covered on all fronts.
The recipes in this menu feature whole, unprocessed ingredients—refreshing cucumber, crunchy edamame, and antioxidant-rich kale are just a few. Free of pesky allergens and refined sugar, gluten, and soy, this menu caters to a health-conscious eater who prefers wholesome ingredients, or diners watching their waistlines.
St. Patrick’s Day is a win-win in the food department for parents; it’s the perfect excuse to sneak healthy greens like spinach and broccoli into mealtime and kids will be too thrilled with the celebratory green-flecked dishes to notice. This menu uses verdant veggies and green pistachios as natural coloring agents.
Gourmet St. Patrick’s Day
Please a posh dinner crowd by serving these sophisticated, stunning dishes for an epicurean dining experience. You don’t need the luck of the Irish on your side to whip up these naturally green dishes bound to satisfy any gourmand.
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