Pull out your green clothes and shine your shamrocks, for St. Patrick’s Day is here again. If you’re in need of a few solid recipes for your St. Patrick’s Day feast, look no further: Newspapers throughout the years are here to provide.
First up, a festive side for your dinner table: Shamrock rolls (1941):
And from 1950, a subtly festive drink with just a hint of green:
Here’s something easy enough for the kiddos to make, from the Boys and Girls Newspaper in The Gazette and Daily (1950):
If you’re a bit more adventurous but like easy prep, you might try this salad or this casserole, which together fulfill the corned beef and cabbage requirements of a St. Patrick’s Day meal (1979):
That Emerald Salad doesn’t seem particularly appealing, but who knows? Perhaps it’s a hidden treasure.
For your show-stopping entree, this Pot of Gold Cabbage seems like an excellent thematic choice (2001):
And of course, what is a St. Patrick’s Day dinner party without the party? Here’s some surefire advice from domestic expert Lucy Lincoln to craft the perfect social event (1921):
(Though that last party game clue seems a little on the nose, wouldn’t you say?)
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Hope your parties are safe, fun, and full of delicious food. Let us know if any of these dishes make an appearance at your holiday table. There are more recipes to be found from years gone by with a search on Newspapers.com.