Inauthentic, yet Delicious Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

If you’re in the mood for some completely inauthentic, yet very tasty “Irish” recipes, head on over to BlogHer for the list. You will not find green beer on that list.

Creepy chainsaw sculpture imp/toddler/leprechaun thing.  Creepiest leprechaun I could find on short notice

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3 Comments on Inauthentic, yet Delicious Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

  1. Darlynne
    March 13, 2013 at 8:37 pm (1 year ago)

    But where are his hands? Wait, they’re with his legs? 0_O

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  2. elizabeth
    March 13, 2013 at 10:05 pm (1 year ago)

    Seriously. St. Patrick’s Day is a day for Guinness, and maybe some stew, and more Guinness. I personally prefer Bloomsday in order to enjoy a nice cheese sandwich and a glass of Burgundy.

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  3. The Modern Gal
    March 14, 2013 at 11:03 am (1 year ago)

    I feel my Irish honeymoon provides me with all the credentials I need, and here’s my observation on how to act Irish for a day: eat soda bread and black pudding for breakfast (and really delicious butter), eat a toastie at a pub for lunch and drink Heineken or Coors Light for dinner. I don’t think I saw an actual Irish person drink a Guinness the entire time I was there. Nor did I see corned beef while I was there.

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