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2014-03-13 03:00:27 PM  
Keeping with the theme, I'll be smoking weed.
Go green!
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 03:03:27 PM  

Honest Bender: Keeping with the theme, I'll be smoking weed.
Go green!


Imagine my surprise
 
2014-03-13 03:06:40 PM  
A leprechaun.  They are delicious braised in a garlic butter cream sauce.
 
2014-03-13 03:08:28 PM  

casey.lurvs.bacon: A leprechaun.  They are delicious braised in a garlic butter cream sauce.


HAHAHA!
 
2014-03-13 03:08:50 PM  
One of these years I'm gonna do the whole corned beef and cabbage thing.

Probably not this year, though. Too expensive.
 
2014-03-13 03:11:46 PM  
One does not celebrate anything eating UK food - one drinks to burn out the taste of UK food.
Why do you think they bugger off to the pub at the first opportunity every evening?
 
2014-03-13 03:12:04 PM  
My Mom makes the best corned beef and cabbage. I will also be getting fresh baked soda bread and will probably go down to the best Irish pub in town and do their Irish Breakfast.
 
2014-03-13 03:14:48 PM  

casey.lurvs.bacon: A leprechaun.  They are delicious braised in a garlic butter cream sauce.


I'd have thought they'd be better boiled in a pint of Guinness and fried in sauteed onions.

Anyway, I'm having the standard fare of corned beef & cabbage, Irish soda bread, colcannon, shepard's pie, and a Bailey's cheesecake for dessert.  There will be plenty of Irish reds and scotch ale to drink.
 
2014-03-13 03:14:50 PM  

casey.lurvs.bacon: A leprechaun.  They are delicious braised in a garlic butter cream sauce.


Imma kick your arse.
 
2014-03-13 03:16:24 PM  
I'm making Irish soda bread this weekend. Never made it before but it looks easy.
 
2014-03-13 03:16:30 PM  
French Onion soup.
 
2014-03-13 03:21:39 PM  
4 cups of unbleached all purpose flour

1 teaspoon of baking soda

1 teaspoon of salt

14 ounces of Buttermilk

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Grease a Dutch oven and preheat it in the 425 degree oven for about 15 minutes, while you prepare the dough.

In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking soda and salt. Make a well in the center and slowly pour in the buttermilk, incorporating it into the dry ingredients with a wooden spoon a little at a time.

Once you have it all mixed together into sticky dough, turn it out onto a floured cutting board and knead lightly (too much kneading will make the gas escape).

Form the dough into a ball and flatten slightly into a disc shape. Dip a sharp knife in flour and cut an X mark across the top of the dough to let the fairies escape.

Place the dough into the preheated Dutch oven, cover with the lid and bake for 30 minutes.

Remove the lid and bake another 15 minutes.

Remove from the oven and enjoy.
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 03:40:01 PM  
I have some tiny hint of Irish in my background and just don't give a fark. No identification with Irish anything. Proof? I don't like Guinness or corned beef. Starting to like cabbage but it's not something I ever crave. Irish soda bread is nice. I have some friends that are Irish, though, and I'm curious to see what they say/do for St Paddy's.

/and is green beer really all that interesting?
 
2014-03-13 03:43:15 PM  

DGS: I have some tiny hint of Irish in my background and just don't give a fark. No identification with Irish anything. Proof? I don't like Guinness or corned beef. Starting to like cabbage but it's not something I ever crave. Irish soda bread is nice. I have some friends that are Irish, though, and I'm curious to see what they say/do for St Paddy's.

/and is green beer really all that interesting?


Yeah, but you have a great built in pick-up line:

Do you have any Irish in you?  No?  Would you like some?
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 03:46:17 PM  

casey.lurvs.bacon: DGS: I have some tiny hint of Irish in my background and just don't give a fark. No identification with Irish anything. Proof? I don't like Guinness or corned beef. Starting to like cabbage but it's not something I ever crave. Irish soda bread is nice. I have some friends that are Irish, though, and I'm curious to see what they say/do for St Paddy's.

/and is green beer really all that interesting?

Yeah, but you have a great built in pick-up line:

Do you have any Irish in you?  No?  Would you like some?


That said... do you have any Irish in you?
 
2014-03-13 03:47:50 PM  
Orange juice and carrots.
 
2014-03-13 03:51:12 PM  
You can get corned beef for about $12 for a good sized roast at Aldi, and cabbage is CHEAP. Toss that in a slow cooker with some potatoes and vinegar.
 
2014-03-13 03:52:34 PM  
LOL
 
2014-03-13 03:54:20 PM  
I thought these were supposed to go green?
 
2014-03-13 03:55:28 PM  

CatherineM: I thought these were supposed to go green?


An Irish food thread that couldn't go green. How deliciously ironic.
 
2014-03-13 03:59:14 PM  

DGS: and is green beer really all that interesting?


Who the fark in the right mind would drink green beer.  If the beer is able to hold that kind of coloring, I wouldn't drink it anyway.  Just give me a Killian's or some other red ale at that point.
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 04:01:00 PM  

Epicedion: CatherineM: I thought these were supposed to go green?

An Irish food thread that couldn't go green. How deliciously ironic.


That -is- pretty funny
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 04:02:13 PM  

harleyquinnical: DGS: and is green beer really all that interesting?

Who the fark in the right mind would drink green beer.  If the beer is able to hold that kind of coloring, I wouldn't drink it anyway.  Just give me a Killian's or some other red ale at that point.


Eh, maybe it's just my taste buds. I'm not a fan of reds, really, either. I'm uh.. at least wearing some green right now when it doesn't count?
 
2014-03-13 04:05:12 PM  
St Patricks food is gross, that's why this failed as the Thursday food thread.

Tell me one good recipe you have for this infernal holiday that you've actually made (excluding the bread, that doesn't count)
 
2014-03-13 04:09:16 PM  

DGS: Eh, maybe it's just my taste buds. I'm not a fan of reds, really, either. I'm uh.. at least wearing some green right now when it doesn't count?


Hey, they aren't for everyone.  I have some Irish in me, and most reds don't taste right by themselves.  I need chocolate to cleanse the palette if I'm drinking a red or amber ale.
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 04:10:03 PM  

harleyquinnical: DGS: Eh, maybe it's just my taste buds. I'm not a fan of reds, really, either. I'm uh.. at least wearing some green right now when it doesn't count?

Hey, they aren't for everyone.  I have some Irish in me, and most reds don't taste right by themselves.  I need chocolate to cleanse the palette if I'm drinking a red or amber ale.


Well chocolate helps with a lot of things. Chocolate stouts, for instance, yay. Are there specifically irish chocolates?
 
2014-03-13 04:12:19 PM  

DGS: Well chocolate helps with a lot of things. Chocolate stouts, for instance, yay. Are there specifically irish chocolates?


um...probably.  I haven't looked on Amazon lately, but I know chocolates can be imported from the UK, and it's actual Cadberry chocolates...soooo goood.
 
2014-03-13 04:13:02 PM  
I will be at the gym picking up heavy things and oogling the hotties in yoga pants
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2014-03-13 04:16:00 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: I will be at the gym picking up heavy things and oogling the hotties in yoga pants


Hey, maybe that original pickup line casey.lurvs.bacon shared will be helpful! Try it out.
 
2014-03-13 04:30:04 PM  

DGS: Smeggy Smurf: I will be at the gym picking up heavy things and oogling the hotties in yoga pants

Hey, maybe that original pickup line casey.lurvs.bacon shared will be helpful! Try it out.


50% of the time it works every time.
 
2014-03-13 04:43:52 PM  
Screw the Guinness, I'm going with Irish whisky. And a potato.
 
2014-03-13 04:48:00 PM  
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2014-03-13 05:02:11 PM  
beer, corned beef, potatoes, cabbage.

Pretty lame really.

For Easter though, I'm thinking slow cooker lamb shanks.
 
2014-03-13 05:02:28 PM  
vantrading.weebly.com
 
2014-03-13 05:03:09 PM  
I'll be watching my 7 month old son, so i'll probably be drinking water and eating waffles.
 
2014-03-13 05:03:12 PM  
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2014-03-13 05:03:54 PM  
In honor of Jonathan Swift's essay, I'm gonna eat a baby.

Carrot. Baby carrot.
 
2014-03-13 05:04:36 PM  
I going to do Alton Brown's leek potato soup recipe.
should be good!

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/leek-potato-soup-reci pe .html
 
2014-03-13 05:05:10 PM  
That I'm not an Irish Catholic.
 
2014-03-13 05:05:56 PM  

harleyquinnical: DGS: and is green beer really all that interesting?

Who the fark in the right mind would drink green beer.  If the beer is able to hold that kind of coloring, I wouldn't drink it anyway.  Just give me a Killian's or some other red ale at that point.


If you actually take the time to malt the amaranth, you get a green beer out of it.

Well it's not technically beer since it is not malted barley, but you get the idea.
 
2014-03-13 05:06:48 PM  

CatherineM: I thought these were supposed to go green?


Only if you're Catholic.  Otherwise, wear orange.

www.registeredevil.com
 
2014-03-13 05:06:54 PM  
Canned store-brand corned beef hash with store-brand shredded cheddar cheese on top.

Also, obviously, weed-  to make it palatable.
 
2014-03-13 05:08:38 PM  
We do corned beef in a crockpot but fix it up a little:

4 cups apple juice
 1/2 cup brown sugar
 1 tablespoon prepared mustard
 2 (3 pound) corned beef briskets with spice packets
 20 small red potatoes, scrubbed
 4 carrots, cut into chunks
 2 onions, cut into 8 wedges
 1 head cabbage, cored and cut into large chunks

Directions

Pour the apple juice into a large slow cooker, and mix in the brown sugar and mustard, stirring until the brown sugar has dissolved. Mix in the contents of the spice packets, and lay the briskets into the apple juice mixture. Top with red potatoes, carrots, onions, and cabbage chunks. Push all ingredients into the liquid.

Cover and cook on High until corned beef is very tender, 4 to 5 hours; or cook on Low for 8 to 10 hours. Slice meat thinly across the grain, and serve with vegetables.
 
2014-03-13 05:12:40 PM  
Lamb with spring onions, soda bread and either a tea cake or a steamed pudding for dessert.
 
2014-03-13 05:13:41 PM  
Eating?
 
2014-03-13 05:14:43 PM  
Poison Ivy's vagina.

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2014-03-13 05:14:48 PM  
I eat so much cabbage over the last half of March that if I don't sleep with my windows cracked, I might not wake up.
 
2014-03-13 05:17:14 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: Poison Ivy's vagina.

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fish isn't a traditional St. Patrick's Day dish.
 
2014-03-13 05:19:13 PM  

Isitoveryet: Sin_City_Superhero: Poison Ivy's vagina.

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fish isn't a traditional St. Patrick's Day dish.


Fugu could be a new St. Patrick's Day tradition.
 
2014-03-13 05:19:15 PM  
Probably listen to some Wilson Pickett.
 
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