Clodagh McKenna (aka the Irish Rachael Ray) Shares Her St. Patrick's Day Eats

These three Irish staples are just what your St. Patrick's Day needs.
By Rachael Ray Every Day ,

You might already have your St. Patrick's Day traditions (anyone else drink green milk as a kid?), but Irish chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author Clodagh McKenna's three favorite St. Patrick's Day products are straight from Ireland. You can't get more legit than that! She shares her leprechaun-approved eats below.

Related Recipe: Try Clodagh McKenna's Irish Soda Bread

Kilbeggan Organic Porridge Oats

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Creamy quick-cooking oats with a history: The Lalor family has been making it for five generations. $9 for 35 ounces,

Folláin Rhubarb & Ginger Jam

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This sweet-tart jam is great for breakfast. Or try it on your next grilled cheese (with Irish cheddar, of course). $8 for 13 ounces,

Barry’s Tea Gold Blend

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Founded in 1901, Barry’s has lots of fans in Ireland—and beyond. Gold Blend is a favorite with a robust but smooth flavor. $7 for 80 bags,

Clodagh McKenna's Apple-Cinnamon Porridge with Rhubarb Jam

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For a St. Patrick's Day breakfast you'll want to make all year (and you totally can!), try Clodagh's apple-cinnamony porridge with a rhubarb twist. Get the recipe here.

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