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    thought you might like this site. Has TONS of recipes!!

    http://www.fabulousfoods.com/holidays/stpat/stpat.html

    Black Velvet
    Home Made Irish Cream Liqueur
    Irish Coffee
    Hot Whiskey Punch
    Beer Cheese Bread
    Irish Bread
    Irish Scones
    Spotted Dog
    Stovetop Potato Irish Soda Bread
    Beer Potato Soup
    Irish Lamb Stew
    Poached Salmon with Irish Butter Sauce
    Pan-Fried Salmon with Sorrel, Apple and Scallion Relish
    Pan-Seared Loin of Pork with Derry Apple Relish
    Potato Bread (Traditional Version)
    Potato Bread (Bread Machine Version)
    Dublin Coddle
    Irish Champ
    Irish Potato Pie
    Old Fashioned Corned Beef & Cabbage
    Corned Beef & Cabbage with Horseradish Sauce
    Crusty Roast Lamb
    Ham Steaks with Irish Whiskey Sauce
    Baked Irish-Style Parsnips
    Colcannon
    Bubble & Squeak
    Irish Cream Cheesecake
    Chocolate Stout Pie
    Brownies with Irish Cream Icing
    Irish Coffee Balls
    Irish Coffee Pudding
    Bailey's Irish Cream Cake


    Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler
    Tassie, I found a quote for ya :lol:!

    "Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia."

    Charles M. Schulz
    Originally Posted by MWalton
    :lol: Did the pages take that long to reach around to your part of the world?!? :lol:

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    An easy one: Hot chocolate mixed with Bailey's Irish Cream, whipped cream on top. A yummy drink on a cold day
    Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban

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      Love this thread

      Thanks Kathy

      Friends for life

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        Open bottle of beer.
        Pour contents of bottle into an icy mug.
        Add about 5 drops of green food coloring to the beer.
        The end.

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          Thank you so much for sharing the site! I was coming up with my st patty's day menu today and wasn't sure what to make!!

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            Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
            Open bottle of beer.
            Pour contents of bottle into an icy mug.
            Add about 5 drops of green food coloring to the beer.
            The end.
            That is the most popular drink at the college I attended. And the one day to skip school for fear of being chatted up by drunk people on your way to class.
            Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban

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              Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
              Open bottle of beer.
              Pour contents of bottle into an icy mug.
              Add about 5 drops of green food coloring to the beer.
              The end.

              :lol:


              When my kids were little, they always like it if I added green food coloring to their milk at breakfast time. And when I was teaching, I'd make the classroom look disheveled and then throw gold chocolate coins around to make it look like a leprechaun had come to visit.

              Thanks for the link Tassie.

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                Originally posted by Joshrzmeup View Post
                An easy one: Hot chocolate mixed with Bailey's Irish Cream, whipped cream on top. A yummy drink on a cold day
                Don't forget to add a dash of vanilla vodka. Makes it even yummier!
                MCDADMCA

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                  Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
                  Open bottle of beer.
                  Pour contents of bottle into an icy mug.
                  Add about 5 drops of green food coloring to the beer.
                  The end.
                  No, no, no... green beer is sacrilege. If you want to truly celebrate you need to be drinking an authentic Irish beer. I think it's pretty obvious by my current avatar where my prefernce lies.



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                    Well, I do concur with you on the beer thing, and your choice is correct. The green beer is for the wusses who only drink beer that's yellow to begin with

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                      What a great site! Thanks for sharing it with us tassie. My eight year old thinks St. Pat's day is the best day ever! (Second only to Christmas) I should be able to find some fun treats on this site that he can bring to school.


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                        Originally posted by Nancywitt View Post
                        What a great site! Thanks for sharing it with us tassie. My eight year old thinks St. Pat's day is the best day ever! (Second only to Christmas) I should be able to find some fun treats on this site that he can bring to school.
                        those cookie pops look cute!!!


                        Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler
                        Tassie, I found a quote for ya :lol:!

                        "Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia."

                        Charles M. Schulz
                        Originally Posted by MWalton
                        :lol: Did the pages take that long to reach around to your part of the world?!? :lol:

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                          Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
                          Well, I do concur with you on the beer thing, and your choice is correct. The green beer is for the wusses who only drink beer that's yellow to begin with
                          Yeah! :judge:

                          My nephew was running around his birthday party, telling everyone "Kiss me, I'm Irish!" the other night. He's a nut, that kid!

                          Love the links, thank you!
                          A signature should go here.

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                            At work on Monday we're having "Irish Inspired" food.
                            Should I be scared? )
                            My friend was thinknig maybe they'll serve Lucky Charms lol
                            Good morning, son
                            In twenty years from now
                            Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                            And I can tell you 'bout today
                            And how I picked you up and everything changed
                            It was pain
                            Sunny days and rain
                            I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                              The MOST obvious selection for St Patty's: Green Eggs and Ham!

                              (Even before seeing Tassies Avatar and Signature! )
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                                Originally posted by Princess Buttercup View Post
                                :lol:
                                When my kids were little, they always like it if I added green food coloring to their milk at breakfast time. And when I was teaching, I'd make the classroom look disheveled and then throw gold chocolate coins around to make it look like a leprechaun had come to visit.
                                Thanks for the link Tassie.
                                I did the same thing except I put little buckets of gold and rainbow confetti (the kids didn't realize for the last month I had a small motors area I had them cutting red paper, yellow paper, etc), wrote on my board in green chalk "Seamus was here" in "Irish writing." I was all excited that I made a cute "Seamus" puppet but the kids caught on that it was a puppet, luckily an uncle put on a wig, green with these glasses that covered his eyes, and hid up in the tree. Had the kids do a scavanger hunt to find Seamus. So much fun. They got Irish Punch and Apple mash. Love St.Patty's day.

                                Thanks for the link Tassie!

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                                  oh... I never considered doing a St. Patty's day themed dinner for Monday??? Great ideas everyone-thanks!

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                                    Corn Beef and Cabbage with carrots and potatoes...

                                    Irish soda bread,

                                    and Guinness...
                                    (or sprite with green food coloring for the kids)

                                    that's St. Patricks day dinner at our house...
                                    procrastibating

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                                      I recently saw an episode of Good Eats w/ Alton Brown & he made (what looked like) amazing Corned Beef & Cabbage + Corned Beef Hash (which actually I don't think I've ever had.)

                                      Anywho, I had to locate that recipe for Monday and luckily enough it was online, which is a lot cheaper than buying one of his books. It's at
                                      http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._36273,00.html and includes the Hash, Cabbage, & brining recipe for actually making the Corned Beef... however it takes ten days so that last one might not be timely for Saint Paddy's

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                                        I had never EVER thought of brining it myself!! A large piece of corned beef (enough for 4 plus left overs) costs about $12


                                        Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler
                                        Tassie, I found a quote for ya :lol:!

                                        "Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It's already tomorrow in Australia."

                                        Charles M. Schulz
                                        Originally Posted by MWalton
                                        :lol: Did the pages take that long to reach around to your part of the world?!? :lol:

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