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Category: St. Patrick’s Day

Fun Green Food Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

Published March 11, 2015        by Matt

 Fun Green Food Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day A Wee Bit o'Green They do not typically eat green food or drink green beer in Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Should this stop you from enjoying these fun foods, or using them for St. Patrick's Day gifts? Not at all! Countries all over the world have adopted St. Patrick as their own, for one day at least, and food and drink are a distinctly American contribution to the international festivities. If you want to celebrate your Irish side, whether you are Irish or not, try these great green food ideas. St. Patrick's Day Cupcakes Getting Started These make perfect hors d'oeuvres for parties or treats for the kids. Green is the theme here so make sure you have plenty of green icing, food coloring, candy, and other supplies. And when all else Read more

Traditional Irish St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Published March 04, 2015        by Matt

 Traditional Irish St. Patrick’s Day Recipes Anyone can put some green food coloring in a dish and call it Irish, but you can do one better and make a traditional Irish dish this St. Patrick's Day. If you want to make a traditional Irish St. Patrick's Day feast for your friends and family, first decide on what "tradition" you want. When we think of St. Patrick's Day food, the savory aroma of corned beef and cabbage comes immediately to mind. But this is an American tradition; you will find corned beef being served for St. Patty's Day in Ireland, but it is typically to cater to the non-Irish! You are more likely to find juicy roast chicken, lamb, mutton, or fish on Irish tables. So a traditional Irish dish may actually be Irish - or it may be a dish that's Irish for the day. Corned Beef and Cabbage This Read more

St. Patrick’s Day Kids Craft Ideas

Published February 28, 2013        by Sarah

 St. Patrick’s Day Kids Craft Ideas St. Patrick’s Day is a festival of Irish pride that takes place every March 17.  Parades, parties, and festivities are held all over the world, and green beer flows like a river (and some rivers flow green too!).  While there is a lot of alcohol-related revelry, there is no reason why children can’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in a kid-friendly and crafty way.  Here are some ideas for fun kids’ crafts that will help you celebrate the Irish in you, even if you’re not Irish. St. Patrick’s Crafts for Young Children Sometimes craft projects are too involved for very young children, or they simply take too long to complete.  Here are a few ideas for young child-friendly St. Patty’s Day projects. Coloring pages.  If your child doesn’t eat crayons, he can color!  Set Read more

St. Patrick's Day Basket Giveaway - Two Lucky Winners

Published February 26, 2013        by Nicole

 St. Patricks Day Basket Giveaway   Two Lucky WinnersSince we are all about celebrating holidays, we certainly can't let St. Paddy's Day pass us by without having a wee-bit of fun!  To kick off the festivities, we are giving away a St. Patrick's Day gift basket to TWO lucky winners!  Each winner will get to choose their favorite design from the four gift baskets shown in the image below (baskets are valued at up to $50 each).  So get-to entering my laddie's, this contest ends on March 10th!   Option #1 - St. Patty's Day Snack Basket Send some Irish cheer with this wicker basket that features a bunch of sweet and savory goodies such as New York bagel chips, honey sweet peanuts, chocolate mint delights, buttery pretzel sticks (2 oz.), lemon cookies and Orchard Fruit bon bons, 20 flavors Jelly Belly Jelly Beans, and tropical Read more

St. Patrick's Day Party Themes

Published February 29, 2012        by Sarah

 St. Patricks Day Party ThemesOn March 17, the world celebrates St. Patrick's Day.  While he is the patron saint of Ireland, the entire world has embraced this day.  For some, it is an important religious day and time of observance; for others, it is a secular celebration, complete with leprechauns and rainbows. This March, you can do more than wear green to honor St. Patrick.  With these party themes and your Irish pride, you are guaranteed to have a great time. Celebrate Green St. Patrick’s Day and green go together like… well, St. Patrick’s Day and green.  Pubs and bars around the country serve green beer and Chicagoans dump 40 pounds of green vegetable dye into the Chicago River.  A green-themed party can be tailored for adults or children with ease.  Everything from St. Patrick's Day cookies and cupcakes Read more