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Best St. Patrick's Day Foods?
Green Cabbage 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Green Lettuce 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Green Beer 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
Irish Coffee 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
Green Cupcakes 40%  40%  [ 4 ]
Corned Beef & Cabbage 20%  20%  [ 2 ]
Potato Soup 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Irish Lamb Stew 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Shepherd's Pie 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Other - tell in post below 20%  20%  [ 2 ]
Total votes : 10
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, '12, 8:57 am 
I voted for green cupcake but I didn't eat it ! But should have been a good choice ! But no spinachs please ;)

PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, '13, 7:14 pm 
St. Paddy's day once again and time to role out the traditional Irish foods. Alas, I forgot to get any corned beef or cabbage at the store this week so guess I'm stuck with baking some potatoes....I think they are Irish, aren't they????

Here's a receipe I found online for Green Beer, although I would not recommend drinking beer at all but I know many do and I found it interesting and thought I'd post it in case others might find it interesting also. ... n-us_msnhp

PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, '13, 9:58 pm 
My MIL had picked up some soda bread yesterday, and I had a piece when we stopped by on our way back from the city. She also makes corned beef and cabbage every year, but we're not going there tonight. (Note: she is 100% Italian, not Irish, so I don't know why she does it every year. :D )

We got our own loaf of soda bread today, since it was on sale and displayed on a table right when we walked inside the supermarket. I'll contemplate drinking a beer later, but if I do, it won't be green!

PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, '13, 10:28 pm 
So... we just had St. Patrick's Day dinner. And it was awesommmmmmme~ How awesome?

This awesome. We had corned beef. Made with beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer. And what else do you have with it but...

Potatoes and carrots, of course! (also pictured: disgusting cabbage, and my mom's right hand.) Now, I know what you're thinking... something's missing. And you're right.

Woeber's hot n' spicy mustard, Gulden's brown LESSER mustard, and a bottle of horseradish sauce, or as I call it, "Vitamin H." I was the only one who had some of it. (The rest of my family are spice wusses.) Also in this photo are some awesome rye and pumpernickel bread loaves. I set the table, doing the nice fork/knife wrapping for everyone, as well as setting the bread and condiments out in the picture.

Deeeeeeeeeeeeeelish. Even though my phone's camera cut half of this off. >_<

PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, '13, 10:33 pm 
SNORB : Nice meals ! Sure you have had a nice time durint this dinner ! I'm hungry now ! (even if it's already 11 pm ! :lol: ) :wink:

PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, '13, 4:51 am 
Wow, that looks like a fabulous St. Paddy's day dinner Snorb. Makes me hungry just looking at all that delicious food. :)

PostPosted: Mon Mar 17, '14, 4:53 pm 
Bumping this up for St Paddy's Day this year. What is everyone having for their dinner (Irish or otherwise) today?

Looking back at Snorb's meal from last year still makes me hungry!!

Found an article with some great ideas for an Irish meal: ... 17621.html

Very surprising to me that corned beef and cabbage may not be eaten be the Irish on this special day.

As for me, I didn't get anything for a special meal this year so guess I am having pizza or something quick and easy to fix. :)

PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, '23, 3:55 pm 
Interesting posts on "green" foods!

PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, '24, 11:31 pm 
Bumping this thread up for St. Patrick's Day 2024!

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