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Tag Archives: St. Patrick’s Day
Here is a post I put up two years ago, for a St. Patrick’s Day recipe. Do a search of the big green holiday on this blog for many many more recipes. It’s the high green holiday in my family, … Continue reading
Here is a blog post I put up on 3/13/2009 for St. Patrick’s Day. I still love the photo with those pipes among the potatoes: This photo is from the 1959 Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Cookbook for St. Patrick’s … Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! It’s the high green holiday for my family, and this year we are hosting the dinner. I already made my Lime Ribbon Delight and the Mushy Cookie Puddings, dyed green. I’ll take photos as there’s a … Continue reading
This is from my Carrie Hall Blocks book. It is a catalog of the over 800 quilt blocks made in the early 1900′s by a talented seamstress who wanted one of each design ever made. The #38 on her accession … Continue reading