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Im 30 yrs old very happy married to a wonderful man (Nathan) i have a 7yr old son (Lochlan) and one on the way! We live in a town called Davistown. Im an aussie that use to live in the states! But have recently returned back to Australia! And im VERY passionate about cooking and my family!

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

~Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig~

Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig is the Gaelic way of expressing a wish that you have all the blessings of St Patrick's Day and the "luck of the Irish" to go with it. There are many humorous explanations for this expression. One comes from the legend of the 'Little People' of the land, know as leprechauns. Finding or catching a leprechaun (who would then give you gold) was a lucky event that could only take place in Ireland ! The Irish are descendants of great Celtic and Viking fighters and invaders. Their natural fighting skills often ensured survival & hence they became known as the 'lucky' people .a classic case of making your own luck ! But then "The Luck of the Irish" may all be legend.

Well I hope everyone is well! I have spent the day working on a family feast for St Patricks Day! I will Post Pictures and Recipes later! But just so you can understand what kind of feast it is we will be enjoying tonight here is the list of what ive cooked so far;

Silverside/Corn Beef cooked in cloves, pepper corns,bayleaves, oranges and golden syrup!

I have fryed up cabbage, onions, bacon, garlic and chilli powder

Ive baked Butter milk scones serving them withhome made strawberry jam and freshly whipped cream!

And Irish soda bread!

My Prodcut Review for my Estilo Kitchen Spring Scale will be posted in the next couple of days as well! Be sure to enter to win your own scale! Go here to enter!


KathyA said...

Holy Cow! And a feast that truly is!!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Oh my ok give over the butter milk scone recipe, I have some in the fridge to be used :)

You always have the best food!

the domestic mama said...

Your status updates made me smile- sounds yummy! Can't wait to see!