St. Patrick’s Day in American typically means green beer and parades. Celebrate with PBS Food’s Irish recipe collection, test your knowledge of Irish beer, and explore Irish culture as it exists in Ireland and America.
- Irish Food in America
Find out how the American interpretation of Irish food differs from the real thing. Irish chefs and authors compare the two cuisines. Continue
- Think You Know Irish Beer?
How much do you know about your green beer? Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and test your knowledge with this Irish beer quiz. Continue
- Find Irish Recipes
Sample a handful of Irish recipes from our collection including colcannon and soda bread for your St. Patrick’s Day feast. Continue
- St. Patrick’s Day Treats
Explore our favorite festive dessert ideas from food bloggers across the web as well as other entree ideas as well. Continue
More St. Patrick’s Day Features
- How Does It Grow?: Potatoes
Follow America’s favorite vegetable from field to factory to see how potatoes grow and how they’re turned into chips. Continue
- St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids
Make fun crafts with your kids with a St. Patrick’s Day theme to make your home festive or even a school activity from PBS Parents. Continue
- Explore Irish Chicago
Discover Chicago’s rich Irish heritage in this documentary from the city’s local PBS station WTTW. Continue
- What are the Origins of St. Patrick’s Day?
Local PBS station GPB shares some fun facts about the Irish holiday including a few that might surprise you. Continue
- Connect with Irish Heritage in Cincinnati
Local PBS station CET Connect visits the Irish Heritage Center of Cincinnati to preview their performances and events for St. Patrick’s Day. Continue