Put together very nice!!Love corned beef and cabbage dinner.I grew up with it, my mom called it boiled dinner. Added potatoes and carrots and poured vinegar on the cabbage.I actually mafe a corned beef in my crockpot Monday.Have a fun weekendEarlene
That looks really nice - the green checkered napkin makes it!
I love your cute green decor! I've never really thought to decoration for St. Patrick's Day for whatever reason. This year, I threw a favorite green pillow on the bed and when my husband asked about it I said it was for St. Patrick's Day. He chuckled and said that was cute! :)I think I'm going to make some Potato Leek Soup for us...that's a favorite recipe of ours anyways and seems Irish enough! I love the corned beef dinner, but the hubs would never go for it.Blessings,Leslie
You always create the cutest displays on that section of your wall. I love both of these. Hugs, Marty
Hi Elaine. I will go get my corned beef today. I like to buy the round. Is that what you get? Have a great weekend! And just what are you and Patty up to?????xo Kris
Im going to confess to you that.... Ive never made corned beef. It sounds really good but Ive just never done it. Now Im going to have to try it. As always , Love the decor :)
Both of them are great!I admire people who can put such lovely groupings together. Nicely done!
Cute display! Looks like you are ready for Sunday. Don't forget to drop by on Sunday and enter my Giveaway.Judy
Hi there, Love all the St. Patty's Day decorations; I've got alot of pieces out too. Thanks for sharing.Hugs, Noreen
Love the crackers box!Goedele
That little St. Patrick's corner would cheer me to no end! Love it! And love those jadeiteS&P and especially that cracker box. You inspire me (and so do your chickens!)
We eat corned beef all the time we buy it from a middle eastern butcher up the road who give us a bucket to carry it home, the bucket is filled with the brine and we cut it in smaller pieces and keep the other bits in the bucket in the fridge, you can keep it for 3 weeks like this, when it is frozen it's not as nice.I never knew corned beef was connected to St Patricks day.Merle.........
Remember not to forget your Guinness too! Enjoy. Chel x
Another great vignette!!Hugs,Debbie
Very cute. We are "somewhat " Irish in this house and I have never cooked corned beef. I would like to but the hubs doesn't like it and I am not sure that u will either. : ) the most i do on st pats is dye the mashed potatoes green. I didn't even do decorations this year.. I skipped right to Easter. Have a great st Patrick's day.
Blessings on this St. Patty's Day weekend, Elaine!I love the cheery bright green touches in your kitchen.Today, I'm wishin you the luck of the Irish!Carolynn xoxo
Hi, very cute kitchen decor for St. Patrick's day. I've posted some photos of a visit to "Magic Gardens" in Philadelphia.
Hello, Happy Sunny simple Sunday. I've posted some photos of a place we visited last year called " Magic Gardens" in Philadelphia and kept with the green theme in color. It is quite an unusual place, filled with many types of pottery. We usually go out on Sunday to a local Irish restaurant for the traditional Corned beef and cabbage dinner and watch the performance of the Irish Step Dancers.
Looks great! Not overdone! So cute!
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