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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Fun Irish Drink Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day, what a fun holiday. It is a day to honor Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It has become a day for Irish people to celebrate their heritage. St. Patrick's Day has become so popular that people from all cultures and heritage celebrate it on March 17.

What would St. Patrick's Day be without some Irish themed cocktail drinks? If you can't get out to a pub on St. Patrick's Day or have decided to host your own St. Patrick's Day party, here are some drink recipes for St. Patrick's Day.

Irish Drinks for St. Patrick's Day

St. Paddy's Girl

Put all of these ingredients into a blender:Shot each of - Bailey's Irish cream (or your preferred brand), shot of Irish whiskey, shot of Kahlua or other coffee liqueur, shot of espresso.Blend until creamy. Pour into a margarita glass. Add chocolate curls or a sprinkle of cinnamon on top, if desired.Irish Mint KissIngredients:2 parts Bailey's Irish Cream (or whichever brand you prefer)1 part cream (use milk if you must, but cream is better)Splash of creme de mentheChocolate syrupAdd all but the chocolate syrup into a cocktail shaker that has been filled 2/3 with ice. Shake well until chilled, at least 30 seconds. Strain into a martini glass. Make a decorative drizzle on top with the chocolate syrup.This is great anytime, not just St. Patrick's Day. It tastes just like the legendary classic candy, Peppermint Patty.Another St. Patrick's Day drink recipe using Bailey's Irish cream:Irish Cream Coffee1/2 ounces each- Bailey's Irish Cream or similar, Kahlua or other coffee liqueur, hazelnut liqeur6 ounces strong black coffeeWhipped creamCinnamonPour the first 3 ingredients into a large coffee mug. Then add the coffee. Add the whipped cream last. Dust with a little sprinkling of cinnamon.

Irish Drink for Kids or Teetotalers

Non-Alcoholic St. Patrick's Day drink recipe

Lucky Limeys

Add 2 scoops of lime sherbet to a beer mug. Pour 7Up brand soda over it almost to the top. To really dress it up, add some whipped cream and a green maraschino.

An Irish Toast for Your St. Patrick's Day

No St. Patrick's Day celebration is complete without an Irish toast.

Here is an Irish toast to go with your St. Patrick's Day drinks:

May you work like you don't need the money,Love like you've never been hurt,Dance like no one is watching,And drink like a true Irishman.Drink up!

Sunday, April 02, 2006

Nothing is wrong, quite the contrary, just haven't had time to update. I thought this lil guy was cute. I'll try and work on that tomorrrow. That is all.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Happy Drink Til Ya Boot Day, Faux Irishes

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

R.I.P. Nice Guy Eddie

Larry, stop pointin' that fuckin' gun at my Dad!

Monday, January 23, 2006


Shane McMahon's crony (and alumni of my high school) Pete Gas formerly of the WWE is my new office supply sales rep. I just met him as he came to sit down with me and discuss prices. He looked really familiar and I told him that and then he told me 'cause he used to be in the WWE. I almost laughed, but I maintained. I wonder what Rodney and Joey Abs are up to, lol.

A Little Bit of Everything

My very first friend in life was a boy I met in nursery school named Jesse. Jesse and I quickly became friends and during swimming lessons at nursery school he'd always organize games of A-Team or Scooby Doo in the pool. Jesse was always the dual role of shaggy and scooby and I was always Daphne. The problem with most of my nursery school friends was that everyone went to different elementary schools because most of them lived across town.

Much to my surprise the first day of elementary school I walked in to Miss Gasparrini's classroom and there was Jesse. Maybe the big kid school wouldn't be so bad afterall. Eventually Jesse moved to Maine when his parents divorced and I saw him once or twice when he came to visit. We ended up losing touch. My freshman year at UConn (1999) I got an email from him (he'd seen my mom and gotten my email from her) and we emailed for a few months and my computer crashed and I lost his address. Last night, I had a message on myspace from him. He acutally had to write "OMG, I'm not sure if you'll remember me", DUH! Anyway, he's leaving Maine as soon as he can to come "home" to be with his friends me, this kid Josh (who was another of my first friends as we lived across the hall in the same apartment complex) and another boy, Derek. I used to have dreams that I would randomly bump into Jesse and he'd write his email address down on a piece of paper for me, but I could never read it in my dream. I never even thought to look for him on myspace.

I also had a dream last night that I got stung by a bee. According to the dream dictionary:

"To dream that you are stung by a bee, signifies unexpected misfortune and that you will be surrounded by trouble."

Poop. Hopefully, I can change my own luck or maybe this dream was late in dealing with all the bad luck with school that just ended. I'll keep my fingers crossed, but if any of you have a rabbits foot or clover you're willing to part with, I'll gladly take donations. (c:

Finally, the Russian stock market is going to follow the Chicago stock market and start trading in weather futures. That is pretty damn crazy. I'll be curious to see how this turns out.