Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

Here are a few recipes that we have collected that will help you cook a fantastic St. Patrick's Day feast.

Pumpkin Recipes

Pumpkin Recipes from Vintage Recipes

Each fall when the first frost hits the pumpkin and your favorite coffee shop starts to feature Pumpkin Spice Lattes, our attention turns to recipes featuring pumpkin. Pumpkins are that versatile squash that we use as a decoration in October and a cooking ingredient in November. Over the past year, Vintage Recipes has collected several pumpkin recipes, here are some of our favorites.  

Foods with a Foreign Flavor

Foods with a Foreign Flavor

The Southern Living Foods with a Foreign Flavor cookbook is an edition of Favorite Recipes of Home Economics Teachers Foreign Foods edition, published for Southern Living in 1967.  The cookbook contains over 2,000 recipes in 383 pages.  The cookbook is divided by country or region.  Each chapter starts with a summary of the country's culture and culinary scene, then the chapter has separate sections for appetizers, soups and stews, salads and salad dressings, meats, poultry, fish and shellfish, vegetables, eggs and cheese, breads, and desserts. 

The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook

The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook - Volume 6

The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook – volume 6 is an offtake of the Galloping Gourmet television show.  The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook series consists of 7 volumes published from 1969 to 1971 by Fremantle International, the syndicator for the television show. Volume 6 covers restaurants that Graham and Lynn visit in France, Holland, Zurich, Switzerland, Australia, England, USSR, the Bahamas, and Canada.

Recipes from Audubon's Happy Land West Feliciana

Recipes from Audubons Happy Land West Feliciana

The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace Episcopal Church in St. Francisville, Louisiana created and printed "Recipes from Aububon's Happy Land West Feliciana." There is no indication of the date of publication or copyright included in the cookbook, at least not one that I can find. Several of the recipes are attributed to individuals, or the families the recipes came from. From a little bit of research on the names found in the cookbook, I guess that the cookbook was printed about 1950. 

The Delta Gamma Cookbook

The Delta Gamma Cookbook, published 1966

The Delta Gamma Cookbook was published in 1966 by the Delta Gamma Foundation.  Delta Gamma is a college sorority founded in Oxford, Mississippi in 1873 whose headquarters are now in Columbus, Ohio.  The 1966 cookbook is Delta Gamma's first attempt at a cookbook since their 1922 cookbook - which is available in reprint.