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Friday, March 16, 2007

Winters' Last Blast And St Paddys' Day!

Looks like the Midwest & East will get one(I hope!) last dose of winter. Until Jan. it was the mildest, after that-the wildest!
Everybody ready for St Pats' Day? I'm not Irish, and don't own alot of green clothes, but I do enjoy corned beef & cabbage, or a Reuben alot. Good Irish stew where they actually use lamb is a treat also. Guiness if you cut it with an Irish lager( to make a Black and Tan or a 'alf and 'alf!) makes it alot more palatable-at least to me! The music is enjoyable, provided you don't have to listen to it for more than an hour- then it all starts sounding the same! Tell me how you plan to enjoy the day when we all are Irish for a bit...

4 comments:

Michelle Ann said...

Well, I am grateful for one thing....that St. Patty's Day has fallen on a weekend. When it falls on a weekday, I am constantly asked "Where's your green?" To which I answer..."I don't expect you to wear a sombrero on Cinco Di Mayo...do I?

But I do enjoy corned beef and cabbage with a green beer chaser.

Finn said...

We are Irish; the entire family is getting together and there will be corned beef and cabbage, colcannon and my grandmother's soda bread. And drinking. And laughing. A lot of laughing!

doggybloggy said...

well I am doing what any life lovin' person does on saint paddys day....corned beer and cabbage beef.

Lynda said...

I like St. P's days because it gives me reason to pinch my husband and blame it on not wearing green. ;-)

Other than that, he had two beers. LOL.