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

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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