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Will you be celebrating ST. Patrick's Day?

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What will you be doing for St. Patrick's Day?  Any GREEN Beer in your future?  

 

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We make corned beef and cabbage every year.  It's SOOOO good.

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Yes, my family will be celebrating, but at home. Since last November when my DS had his 13th birthday at least once a week we do a themed supper and we have started celebrating each holiday with foods that revolve around it. Not sure what we will have for St. Patrick's Day. I am excited for Mardi Gras on Tuesday, my DD and I have a whole meal planned out for it.

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We make corned beef and cabbage every year.  It's SOOOO good.



I love corned beef and cabbage.  

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Around here we're all waiting for Mardi Gras so not many people are thinking of St. Patrick's Day yet - which is on a Saturday this year. There is a mystery shop job out there where you have to go to a pub that serves Guiness and count the number of people who are partying there.

 

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I don't revere St. Patrick, but I love corned beef and cabbage. As for green beer, I drink Guinness, which is an Irish beer. Adding green food coloring to it would be pointless.
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Irish family here smile.gif Corned Beef & Cabbage on Saturday and reubens on Sunday...I'll also put up my lighted shamrock on March 1 redface.gif
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No, to me St Patrick day is just a day to wear green.

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