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TIP OF THE DAY: An Easy St. Patrick’s Day Party

St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, is one of those holidays that everyone likes to celebrate.

Some attend a parade, some head to pubs.

But our favorite activity is casual entertaining at home with friends.

Our friends love to bring food to a gathering. So we have a group feast, without anyone doing too much work.

You can pull together a quick party with these ideas:

  • Dozens Of St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
  • Irish Whiskey Tasting (get two or three bottles of top brands)
  • Irish Beer Tasting (ditto)
  • Make Any Drink Irish
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    Plus, some of our favorite fun recipes:

  • St. Pat’s Bar Eggs (colored instead of pickled
  • Green Tahini Dip
  • Green Pancakes For Dessert
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    Don’t forget the Irish Coffee.

    If you’re on a budget, you don’t have to buy green napkins, cups and plates.

    But pulling together some Irish music is a good idea: Maybe your friends can help with that, too.

    The drinking toast is sláinte, “health” in Gaelic. It’s pronounced “SLAN-chuh” or SLAWN-chuh.

    We’re not even going to try to pronounce Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit, which means Happy St Patrick’s Day to you

     

    Green Lemonade Recipe
    [1] Leprechaun lemonade can be served as a soft drink, or with Irish whiskey. Here’s the recipe, along with recipes for green beer and green ranch dip.

    Shamrock Cheese
    [2] There are different cheeses to create an Irish cheese board, but you can also sprinkle herbs with a shamrock cut-out (photo courtesy Vermont Creamery).

     

      




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