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With St. Patrick's Day falling on a Monday this year, you have ample time to whip up some festive dishes this weekend. Bake a loaf of soda bread, mash potatoes for colcannon, roll out dough for pot pies -- do all the prep now to make more time for whiskey-drinking later. Need some Irish-inspired recipes? Just read these links!

Irish Soda BreadColcannon PieBangers and MashShort Rib Pot Pie

  • You can't celebrate St. Patrick's Day without Irish soda bread! (Crepes of Wrath.)
  • Dress up your bangers and mash with spinach and cider onions. (Feed Me Phoebe.)
  • These individual short rib pot pies are almost too cute to eat. Almost. (Foxes Love Lemons.)

Hearty Irish Beef StewLucky Charm Marshmallow Treats3 St. Patrick's Day MocktailsBaileys Pie

  • These Lucky Charms marshmallow treats are magically delicious. (The Novice Chef.)

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!

Photos on top by (clockwise) Crepes of Wrath, Nothing in the House, Feed Me Phoebe, Foxes Love Lemons

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) I am a Food BlogThe Novice Chef, The Merry Thought, Grandbaby Cakes

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8 months ago Lynsey Walker // lynseylovesfood

Irish Potato Bread will makes for the best post-St. Pad day's day fry up! www.lynseylovesfood.com

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8 months ago Lynsey Walker // lynseylovesfood

Autocorrect! St. Paddy's Day!

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8 months ago Glen

You should check out this cake - it's got a genuine Irish ingredient (no, not Guinness!) AND Baileys icing! http://kitchen-maid.blogspot...

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8 months ago Genesis

Here's a recent link:
http://cookingwithmrc.wordpress...

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8 months ago Genesis

I love many of the blogs that you have been sharing, but where is John Contratti's "Cooking With Mr. C."? It's one of the best cooking blogs out there. It's also very entertaining to look through. Some of the biggest names in entertainment are very aware and it would be nice to see him mentioned here too. Genesis T.

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8 months ago PhoebeLapine

thanks for the link love! Happy Paddy's Day!

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8 months ago Melissa Walls

What a great article! I'm so excited to try all of these recipes.

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8 months ago chefsallyjane

While you don't have time to brine your own corned beef like I did in my post, you can still make my grandmother's boiled corned beef and cabbage dinner which I wrote about on my blog this week! http://chefsallyjane.com...

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8 months ago foxeslovelemons

Thanks so much for including my Short Rib Pot Pies!

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8 months ago Nothing in the House

Those look so amazing--can't wait to try them!

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8 months ago Whitney @ Jewhungry

Hamantaschen! You guys gotta get on the Hamantaschen train! Us Jewish food bloggers are kicking up several notches this year! March is full of wonderful holidays, St. Patty's Day is just one of them.

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8 months ago Nothing in the House

Thanks so much for including my Colcannon Pie in this round-up! And in such good company too. Those short rib pies look incredible!