MLK Day is a distant memory, and Memorial Day is months away. Your team needs a break to make it through the long weeks of March. You need a St. Patrick’s Day celebration!

This is a holiday that’s all about good luck and good food, so perk up your team with delicious meals like these:
Green St. Patrick's Day Pancakes

A Blarney Stone Breakfast

Green Pancakes with Syrup

This magical twist on a breakfast classic is sure to get your team into the St. Patrick’s mood!

Potato Hash with Green Peppers

Pan fried potatoes with shamrock-green peppers are the perfect accompaniment to your St. Patty-cakes.

Sausage and Tempeh Bacon

Irish style sausage is a must for any St. Patrick’s Day breakfast. However, vegans need not be left out. Tempeh is made of fermented soy beans; the firm texture and earthy flavor makes it a perfect bacon substitute.

Green Matcha Tea

Unleash the power of green to supercharge your office in the morning. Matcha tea is made from powdered green tea leaves. It offers more vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and caffeine than traditional green tea.

 

Corn Beef Sliders for St. Patrick's Day

A Good Luck Lunch

Corned Beef Sliders with Cider Mustard

Corned beef, which is made by salt-curing beef brisket, actually originates from Eastern Europe. However, Irish immigrants in New York adopted the dish, and it quickly became a St. Patrick’s Day staple in America. Incorporating corned beef into sliders makes this classic easily portable and office friendly.

Cabbage Slaw

Along with corned beef, cabbage is another food that was adopted by early Irish Americans. This slaw is a perfect complement to your sliders.

Scotch Eggs

Scotch eggs are a gastropub staple with a long history. Hard boiled eggs are wrapped in sausage meat, covered in breadcrumbs, and fried. It’s a delicious, easy-to-hold treat.

Shamrock Cookies and Cupcakes

No St. Patrick’s Day is complete without shamrocks! This year, bring your sweet tooth good luck during your celebration.

 

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Bangers and Mash

A Dublin Dinner

Meat and Vegetable Pasties

Pasties can be thought of as pot pies without the pots. They have a rich history, and descend from Medieval British meat pies. The enclosed, semi-circular pastry was designed to be handheld and portable–perfect for office eating.

Bangers and Mash

Bangers and Mash are an essential pub-style dish. Sausages are served over mashed potatoes; then, the dish is smothered in a delicious, rich gravy.

Whiskey-glazed Carrots

These carrots are sweet and buttery. The whiskey adds a complex flavor to the glaze, while the alcohol tenderizes the carrots as it burns off.

Warm Guinness Brownies

Guinness and chocolate are perfect complements, especially in brownies. Not only does the rich stout enhance the chocolaty flavors, but it also keeps the brownies moist.

 

Are you hungry yet? See what we can do for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration today!

 

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