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!

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

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  2. Happy St Patrick's Day to you all.

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  3. May the luck of the Irish be with you!

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

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  5. 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!

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

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

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

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

    Happy St. Patrick's Day, Sian!

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

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

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

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  13. Happy St Patrick's day to you too Sian.

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

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  15. 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 :)

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  16. 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.

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  17. 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.

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

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

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

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  21. 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

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  22. 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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