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Old 03-12-2006, 06:49 PM   #1
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So, what are your plans for St. Paddy's Day

For me there is to be a party at work were we all bring something. I need to find an Irish recipe for scones. Friday night we have an Irish pub that goes all out for St. Patrick's Day. Lots of food and green beer!
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I am considering dying my hair green...ive never dyed my hair before either, but for some reason i feel like doing it now

Oooooh i would also like to make the suggestion that everyone Irish be put in charge of the board for the day
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My plans too.

I was just going through my closet and wondering if I can get away with a shirt with the Irish flag on it at work, but that's about it.

But if something just happens to be going on...you might find me at "amateur night" come Friday. I don't have to work til noon on Saturday...
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St Paddy's is also my wee sister's birthday so as long as she remains in Ireland she will never have to work a birthday in her life

Plus gives me two reasons to drink
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St Paddy's is also my wee sister's birthday so as long as she remains in Ireland she will never have to work a birthday in her life

Plus gives me two reasons to drink
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Re: So, what are your plans for St. Paddy's Day

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For me there is to be a party at work were we all bring something. I need to find an Irish recipe for scones. Friday night we have an Irish pub that goes all out for St. Patrick's Day. Lots of food and green beer!
skip the green beer have a guinness

Here is my recipe for Irish Soda Bread
2.5 cup flour
1.5 cup raisins (soak them in boiling water for a few minutes to plump them up then drain well)
5 tbs sugar
1 cup buttermilk
1tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup butter


sift (though I never do) the flour soda baking powder and sugar

Cut in butter until it looks like coarse crumbs
Add raisins and buttermilk
Stir until combined
Shape into a ball- I notch it so I get the scone triangles
place on a greased sheet or pie plate

Bake for 15 minutes at 400
30 more minutes at 375

It's super easy to make
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^I take crunked is another word for bein of the non-sober kind?

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partake in my traditional celebration of a corned beef and cabbage meal and a free green beer.
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partake in my traditional celebration of a corned beef and cabbage meal and a free green beer.
Yeah they actually had Irish "food" at Costco the other day, I was like wow I guess there's a first for everything.

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