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Holiday Recipe Link Up: St. Patrick’s Day

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Where does time go?  Here it is March already!  My husband and I will be celebrating our anniversary this month and he will be celebrating his birthday.  Such a great month, huh?

So, you know the drill… link up your St. Patrick’s Day Recipes right here then tell your friends so they can link up theirs!  I am excited about seeing all the green. Winking smile

I am not sharing a recipe here because I decided that I really want there to be plenty of space for everyone to link up their favorite St. Patrick’s Day Recipes without my own recipe distracting from it. So, the rules are pretty simple:

  • #1 – Link up your St. Patrick’s Day recipes!
  • #2 – Tell your friends to link up theirs! NOT REQUIRED BUT REQUESTED:
  • Leave a comment to let me know you linked up. That way, I can visit you.
  • Click through to some of the other players and let them know you are there!
  • Pin, stumble, facebook, and/or tweet some of your favorite linkies.

That’s it! Be sure to stay tuned in a couple weeks when the next major holiday/event recipe linky goes live! I will not be doing it every week, but it pretty much works out to every 2 weeks with the holidays I am planning.

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Friday 16th of March 2012

Linked up my Irish Soda Bread, made allergy friendly!


Tuesday 6th of March 2012

Thanks for the invite Kelli! I linked up my Rainbow Cake to go along with the other ones... and my Irish Coconut Mini Cakes.

Barbara | Creative Culinary

Saturday 3rd of March 2012

I included two things in your links; thanks for the invitation. One is a Reuben sandwich although the best part of the recipe was curing and making my own corned beef; so superior to anything I've ever bought.

I also included a link to a cake I make every St. Patrick's Day. A one layer cake that is drenched with a syrup made with coffee and Jameson's Irish Whiskey.

Thanks again!


Sunday 4th of March 2012

Thanks so much for playing, Barbara! I will get your additions pinned very soon. :-)

Crunchy Con Mommy

Friday 2nd of March 2012

I linked up Irish Brown Bread from an old coobook I found at the library, Malachi McCormick's "Irish Country Cooking". It's pretty healthy, yummy, and is a soda bread not a yeast bread so it's super easy, and I think it looks pretty too :)

I love your fun holiday recipe link-ups. Thanks for hosting them!

Cheri Sicard

Thursday 1st of March 2012

Thanks for the fun link party. My Irish Cream Cupcakes have a dark chocolate truffle surprise in the center and are also freezer friendly, so you can make them far in advance.