Toad in the Hole vs. One-Eyed Jack: What’s the History?

Toad in the Hole vs. One-Eyed Jack: What's the History | Culinary Craftiness

According to Wikipedia, Toad in the Hole isn’t at all what I thought it was. 🤨 Various and sundry websites on this side of the Atlantic led me to believe the Continue Reading →

Old-Fashioned Swiss Steak

Old Fashioned Swiss Steak | Culinary Craftiness

Old-Fashioned Swiss Steak is full of flavor and the tomato sauce helps tenderize tough cuts of meat. The red gravy is killer on homemade mashed potatoes! Continue Reading →

Chicken Tikka Masala + a History Lesson

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This Chicken Tikka Masala is super easy to make and beyond incredibly delicious. Cut this recipe in half if necessary, but you’re going to want leftovers! Continue Reading →

Skillet Shepherd’s Pie – Easy & Delicious

Skillet Shepherd's Pie - Easy & Delicious | Culinary Craftiness

Skillet Shepherd’s Pie is an easy, delicious supper sure to fill your belly and nourish your soul! Sometimes the simplest recipes are simply the best! Continue Reading →

Irish Soda Bread

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This Irish Soda Bread is a rustic, hearty yeast-free bread that’s easy to make and heavenly drenched with sweet cream Kerrygold butter (or your favorite brand) and a drizzle of Continue Reading →

Crock Pot Irish Beef Stew + a Little History

Crock Pot Irish Beef Stew + a Little History | Culinary Craftiness

Do the Irish Beef Stew prepwork the night before & place in the slow cooker in the morning. Add Irish Soda Bread to the table and enjoy! Continue Reading →

A Little St. Patrick’s Day History & A Few Traditional Irish Recipes

A Little St. Patrick's Day History & A Few Traditional Irish Recipes | Culinary Craftiness

A Little Saint Patrick’s Day History and some of the foods eaten in celebration of traditional Irish holidays. Recipes and links to more cool history. Continue Reading →

The Food History of All Hallow’s Eve (a.k.a. Halloween)

The History of All Hallow's Eve (Halloween) | Culinary Craftiness

The Food History of Halloween – aka All Hallow’s Eve with recipe links, traditions, and the origins of the holiday. Which immigrants brought it to the U.S.? Continue Reading →

Old Fashioned Liver and Onions with Gravy

Old Fashioned Liver and Onions with Gravy | Culinary Craftiness

Old Fashioned Liver and Onions is an excellent source of iron! Best served with homemade mashed potatoes and gravy. Just like grandma used to make! Continue Reading →

Corned Beef with Potatoes, Carrots, & Celery

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This simple one-pot meal is easy to put together and tastes very “19th Century New York” to me. Like I should be hanging out with Irish and Jewish immigrants from Continue Reading →