St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day

Forever17 Forever17
what are some good traditions and dinners?
02/12/2012
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Rossie Rossie
Don't know any specific 'good' tradition, but we wear green to avoid getting pinched, and have corned beef with cabbage and carrots.
02/12/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
Wearing green is all I knew about.
02/12/2012
Allstars316 Allstars316
I normally just wear green on the day. That is enough for me.
02/12/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
Our family never really had any particular traditions for St. Patrick's Day, but dinner was usually some kind of Irish fare, so think potatoes, cabbage, corned beef. Something like that. There are definitely some people out there who really get into it.
02/12/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
Regardless of my family background I really don't do anything on St. Patty day.
02/12/2012
blacklodge blacklodge
Green beer! It's also fun to put a few drops of green food coloring into black coffee. You can't tell it's green until you put creamer in. I did this to my man last year and he freaked out.
02/12/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Ham, colcannon, peppered cabbage, soda bread - when I cook at home. Sometimes I'd add green food-coloring to my morning glass of milk to be festive.

Sometimes to the Irish pub's street party to see the Irish punk bands and step-dancing. That's when I get to have the Irish bangers and mash.

Some sort of green clothing, of course. I have a couple of Celtic knot-theme blouses just for the occasion. Not to mention my Celtic knot jewelry and temporary tattoos. (When you're a redhead with freckles and blue eyes ... it's obligation to look the part.)

Oh, last year at the Irish pub a guy dressed as a leprechaun rode around on a three-wheel bike and pinched my ass as he passed by while saying, "I'm just pinchin' the Irish lasses for luck, dearie! Pay it no mind!"
02/12/2012
Gracie Gracie
I agree with the previous posts about corned beef, boiled potatoes and cabbage and soda bread. While it isn't really an Irish thing we have green pancakes for breakfast. The kids think it is fun. It is a tradition in our family.
02/12/2012
slynch slynch
Our family gets together and has corned beef, cabbage & potatoes.
02/12/2012
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