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Even if you have nothing planned and no time, you can still do something special for St. Patrick’s Day:
Make green beer, sparkling wine, ginger ale, lemon-lime soda (7-Up, Sprite) or club soda.
Beer: Add 5-6 green drops of green food color to a 12-ounce stein; pour in the beer.
Sparkling Wine: Add 2 drops of food color to each flute before pouring in the Champagne.
Soft Drinks: Use 6 drops of food color per eight-ounce glass prior to adding the soda.
ANOTHER TIP: Pour any effervescent beverage down the side of the glass, rather than into the center. It preserves more bubbles.
It’s easy being green on St. Patrick’s Day. Photo by MBPhoto | IST.
Color dips, condiments and other creamy foods green. Use 10-12 drops green food color per 1/2 cup of:
Blue Cheese Dressing: for chicken wings or salad
Mayonnaise: for a sandwich spread or dip for fries
Onion Dip Or Ranch Dressing: for chips, veggies, potato wedges
Sour Cream: For your baked potato or any favorite use
Plain Or Vanilla Yogurt: for any reason
On St. Patrick’s Day, it’s easy being green.
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