You'd think she was Irish. Maxine Turner with Cuisine Unlimited has created a special menu of Irish specialities for this weekend's get-together.

Turner does her homework when she researches holiday meals, so you can count on authenticity. "What is interesting is that most of the traditions and even the food have little connection to the holiday origins. For example, Irish stew and stuffed cabbage were not St. Patrick’s Day dinner musts, but were customs that began with emigrants creating a dish to remind them of home. A more traditional meal for St. Patrick’s Day would include cured pork."

Cuisine Unlimited's St. Patrick's parties are available for $28.50 per person with a minimum order for ten people. The feast can be picked up from the Cuisine catering kitchens or delivery is available additionally. Order deadline is Tuesday, March 14 at noon. 801-268-2332 or at

Pick up is on Friday by 5:00 p.m., Saturday or Sunday, March 16-17, by noon or by appointment. Heating instructions will be included.

 Corned Beef with Marmalade Glaze
(Optional Whiskey Marinade Available)

Champ Whipped Potatoes

Roasted Carrots, Parsnips & Fennel
Pub Salad of Bib Lettuce, Cabbage, Egg & Blue Cheese
Served with Mustard Poppy Seed Dressing

Irish Soda Bread with Raisins &  Homemade Cranberry Walnut Scones
Served with Honey Butter

Chocolate Guinness Cake with Irish Cream & Caramel Sauce

And by the way...
The Irish Jig is a dance but it is also a very simple dessert made with Irish whiskey, double cream and crushed coconut macaroons. Cuisine Umlimited knows how to make it.