St. Patrick's Day Rewind 2014 Recipes

Monday, March 17, 2014
Just a few things we had this year instead of the corned beef and cabbage which is the normal Irish dinner for St. Patrick's Day. We had a hurried work day and had to make a meal plan quickly.

Here are just a few quick meals I made for the celebration.

We love being Irish for a day!










Irish for A Day in America!



The holiday was first celebrated in 18th- and 19th-century Ireland as a small religious celebration in honor of an important figure in Irish history.


Most people observed this holiday by going to church.

St. Patrick was a real person. He lived sometime in the fifth century A.D. and was British, not Irish.


St Patrick's Day, on March 17, remembers one of Ireland's patron saints, St Patrick. It largely celebrates Irish-American culture in the United States and continues to share festivities.


American's celebrate with delicious foods for the day and are Irish-inspired foods, like corned beef and cabbage, shepherd's pie and Irish soda bread.


In Ireland, they eat lamb and bacon on this day.




Low Fat Turkey Reubens





Ambrosia







                                                                             
                                           


Guinness Chili
Best Thousand Island Dressing 
Guinness Reuben Style Brats or HotdogsGuinness Corned Beef
Guinness Chili Loaded Baked Potatoes
Crockpot Corned BeefGuinness Gravy with Colcannon Mashed Potatoes
Old Fashioned Simple Reuben
Low Fat Turkey Reubens
Quick Rye Bread
Guinness Scallop Bacon and Cheddar Potatoes
Open Faced Reubens
Guinness Colcannon Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Pistachio Ambrosia
Irish Coffee and Cookie
Irish Cream Cake Mix Bars
Pistachio Tea Cakes

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