Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Saint Patrick's Day Party Ideas: Organizing a perfect party needs lots of preparation, days in advance. As green is the prevailing color of the day, starting from décor to attire to food, everything around must be in different shades of green that will help infuse the spirit of the occasion. Parties conventionally begin with the dispatch of invitations. Hand made invitations are made by cutting paper into shapes of shamrocks or leprechauns. Read More

Saint Patrick's Day Leprechaun Greetings and Cards:What what does a Leprechaun look like and why are they so special? A Leprechaun (Irish fairy) looks like a little old man. A Leprechaun is about 2 feet tall and dresses like a shoemaker with a cocked hat and leather apron. A Leprechaun's personality is described as aloof and unfriendly. They live alone and pass the time by making shoes. They're special because they also possess a hidden pot of gold. Leprechauns are little make-believe fairies from Ireland. Leprechauns are the little old men who are shoemakers for the fairies. They usually stand about 2 feet tall. Treasure hunters can often track down a leprechaun by the sound of his shoemaker's hammer. The legend is that if you catch one you can force a Leprechaun to tell you where he hides his gold. Read More

Saint Patrick's Day Decorations:It's St. Patrick's Day, so Go ahead and splash on the Green - it's March 17 again, and you know what St. Patrick's Day brings - just loads of shamrocks, for that's the most popular symbol of St. Patrick's Day, and everything Irish, for that's what St. Patrick's Day celebrates ! Green is the 'Emerald' Isle's national color, so St. Patrick's Day celebrations do actually go green! So go 'wild' get the green on everything you can think of. Read More

10 ways to bring Romance back on Saint patricks day:I found this Great idea on bringing Romance into Your Saint Patrick's Day Celebrations . Read on to know more about celebrating Saint Patrick's day with your Sweetheart
St. Patty's Day is no longer just for the Irish! Take the time to add a spark of romance and let that special someone know how truly 'lucky' you feel to have them in your life.
This is a common suggestion, but not many couples actually take advantage of it! Pack a picnic lunch, complete with a bottle of wine. Head out to your local park,find a shady spot under a tree and prepare yourself for an afternoon of romance. After eating, have a little St. Patty's Day fun by searching for four-leaf clovers in the grass. While it may sound cheesy at first, you'll really feel the romantic sparks. Read More

 
posted by Gerry at Tuesday, March 13, 2007 |


3 Comments:


At March 13, 2007 at 10:15 AM, Blogger Charise

The Guinness stew I am actually adapting from a Gourmet recipe by omitting the crust and adding veggies (carrots, potatoes):

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/230754

When I make it (tomorrow, I think), I'll post about it.

Thanks for visiting my blog!

 

At March 13, 2007 at 10:15 AM, Blogger Charise

hmm...that url didn't show up all the way.

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/230754

 

At March 13, 2007 at 10:16 AM, Blogger Charise

ok just go to epicurious.com and search for guinness pie.