Saturday, 17 March 2012

Happy St. Patrick's Day

Little quiet on the blogging front here. I've been catching up on things I didn't get done at the end of February and clearing my head for projects I have planned. BUT I couldn't let today pass without wishing you a Happy St. Patrick's Day!


We'll be eating a celebratory feast of homemade potato bread ("It's my favourite food group" said The (Not So Small One)). If you fancy making some yourself, my recipe is here

Have a good one!

24 comments:

Jimjams said...

Have a great day :o)

Jo.C said...

Happy St Patrick's Day - have a good one.

scrappyjacky said...

Happy St Patrick's Day to you all.

Cheri said...

May the luck of the Irish be with you!

favouriteworkofart said...

Happy St. Patrick's, Sian. Love to you all.

Amy said...

Wooooooow. I'm home alone and therefore seeing comfort food, is it a sign that my housemates left me two potatoes and a fridge full of butter? Definitely making this for tea, tfs!

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

Happy St Patrick's Day! We're having soda bread

alexa said...

Happy St. Patrick;s day to you too, Sian. I am off to download your recipe. :)

Alana said...

Lol, is that the potato or bread food group? Have a lovely day Sian.

Louise said...

Have a lovely day x

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Ooooh...I haven't had potato pancakes in forever. Just might have to make these soon!

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Sian!

Maria Ontiveros said...

Those look fantastic! Can't wait to get back to Ireland.
Rinda

Scrappi Sandi said...

Happy St Patricks day to you too Sian..thanks for the recipe & it is definitely one to try!! :)

Alison said...

Happy St Patrick's Day Sian..we call these 'potato scones' in Scotland..a definate fave of DH and DD!
Alison xx

Karen said...

Happy St Patrick's day to you too Sian.

helena said...

I agree with the not so small one - my mouth is watering.

Beverly said...

Yum, there isn't such a thing as too much potato is there? I made the colcannon tonight and we loved it, I'm sure this would have been a hit as well :)

Wanda said...

Our tiny nod to St. Patrick's day was a grilled corned beef and sauerkraut sandwich. Yummy! and much less work than the brisket and fixins' I used to do. Hope the day was a good one.

Missus Wookie said...

Hope it was a tasty as it looks. St Pat's day always gets subsumed with Princess's birthday but potato pancakes and soda bread are a regular treat. May put them on the menu for next weekend.

Ginger said...

Happy belated St. Patricks Day Sian :) Hope your day was great :) I pdf'd your recipe and plan to make it soon!

Denise said...

Happy St Patrick's day - I love that plate !!

Rebekah said...

Looks delicious! A little quiet on my blog front too...need to get a post written soon.

Miriam said...

Hope you had a lovely St. Patricks Day Sian. I could live on potatoes every which way! I did potato cakes for breakfast and then made Guinness bread and Guinness Chocolate cake for later....Oh my x

laurie said...

i have never had potato bread but it looks delicious! i'm from idaho so that's why i say i love all things potato. :-)

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