See Texas' Favorite Traditional Irish Dish for St. Patrick's Day


Is there something you like to eat or drink to celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Maybe something a little more traditional than a Shamrock Shake?

There's a new rundown from Zippia of each state's favorite traditional Irish delicacy, including stuff like: Soda bread. colcannon, which is a side dish of mashed potatoes mixed with cabbage or kale, Irish Stew, a casserole traditionally cooked with root veggies and lamb, mutton, or beef. Irish coffee. Guinness Pie, which brings together the Irish staples of beef and Guinness beer, corned beef hash, and coddle, which is a leftovers dish that often features sausage, back bacon, chunky potatoes, onion, and herbs. Most of these items were #1 in four to six states, so everything was fairly evenly spread out. Soda bread was the most popular in the Northeast, apple cake is big in the South, along with shepherd's pie.

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