Feast on Irish pub fare this St. Patrick’s Day

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Cooking up some traditional Irish fare, such as this recipe for “Bacon and Cabbage” from Margaret M. Johnson’s “The Irish Pub Cookbook,” published by Chronicle Books, brings a taste of your favorite Irish pub into your home for St. Patrick’s Day. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – St. Patrick’s Day celebrations were different in 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many communities canceled their annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Full of lively, jovial gatherings of good-spirited revelers, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are beloved by Irish and non-Irish people alike. Though the COVID-19 vaccines figure to help people across the globe return to a semblance of normalcy at some point in 2021, that return to life is unlikely to occur before mid-March, which means St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in 2021 will likely take place at home, much as they did a year ago. With no parade to attend and limited seating at the local Irish pub, would-be Patty’s Day revelers may have to cook at home, Wednesday, March 17. Cooking up some traditional Irish
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