A Story of Corned Beef and Cabbage: History, Wine Pairings, Recipes


My husband is Irish on both his mom and his dad’s side. His last name Sheridan is actually anglicized version of the Irish surname O’Sirideáin (or Ó Sirideáin), which originated in Co Longford, Ireland, which translates simply to grandson or descendant of Sheridan. Some sources say it means seeker or searcher. His mom collected Belleck, the famous shamrock decorated china, and their wedding ring, now mine, was the claddagh.

Not only is his Irish heritage important to my husband and his family, but so is cooking: Continue reading