Chances are that you'll be spending the night at a local bar, but a night of imbibing requires proper sustenance first. Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with green goddess dressing, matcha gingerbread cookies and, of course, a homemade Shamrock shake in the color that everyone associates with this very Irish of holidays.
The tomatillos add a brightness in both color and flavor. Regular cornbread will never taste—or look—as good.
'Tis the season to make great use of all the beautiful herbs popping up. Warning: This stuff is addictive. Be prepared to use it on everything.
The two-in-one breakfast might be best tomorrow for when you're nursing a hangover after one too many green beers. It's also another type of green, since you're recycling the remains of the juice for another, equally delicious purpose.
This is the moment matcha's been waiting for: When all other foods and drinks are green and it doesn't have to feel so lonely. And now these Christmas cookies just became seasonal for spring.
The minty drive-thru classic gets a pistachio reboot for an all-natural green tint. It's even more fun when you give it a theme song to the tune of everyone's favorite Internet fad.
Remember last year, when everyone got irrationally angry about guacamole and peas? Yea, we're pretty glad that's over, too.
This is not your average, street cart falafel (although there's plenty of room for that too, today). While the latter might taste great in the moment, this one will also leave you feeling amazing after the fact.
It's almost the end of the week, so we give you the green light to cozy up with this adult hot toddy and call it a night.
Spring is the perfect time for crunching through fresh peas. Put them on top of a crisped corn tortilla and pair with equally green smashed avocado and fava beans.
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