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St. Patrick's Day Dinner 2012


We had a delightful St. Paddy's Day dinner with Rebecca, Sean, Eden and Miles, who were in town for the weekend (celebrating a couple of birthdays). There was LOTS of green going on!

The Menu:

Spinach dip tortilla roll-ups
Shamrock chips with artichoke dip

“Pot of Gold” Soup (potato cheddar)
BBQ Corned Beef sandwiches on rye or green beer bread
Broccoli Salad
Shamrock Jello Salad
Crispy Zucchini Bites
Rainbow Fruit Skewers

Green Velvet Cupcakes
Rainbow Cupcakes
Leprechaun Cupcakes
Shamrock Panna Cotta
St. Pat's Candy Buffet


To make the chips: cut out shamrocks from spinach tortillas. Brush both sides with a little olive oil and place on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with a little salt and bake for 7-10 minutes at 350.


We began with green passionfruit margaritas.









It's great when the guests are as fun as the food!



I love to make desserts! Sean told the kids I was Willy Wonka, and Brad was "Mr. Wonka"! LOL







Desserts were a hit with the adults and kids alike!


Comments (5)

Barb Cabot:

Wow very very cool assortment of goodies. I'm sure the kids went crazy. (Well I would too. Those rainbow cupcakes are beautiful! You are truly Willie Wonka reincarnated. What a happy St. Paddys day for all!


Palma, I am green with enny :)...You always have the best celebrations and the most brilliant and fun ideas, and I am sure you are fun to be with. Thank you for your zeal, zest, etc., for life. It is a pleasure to read your blog. It makes me want to live life more fully...You make the sun shine in everything you do...Thank you!


Yes, the kids went nuts and they are both still talking about it. Miles is ready to go back. I'm afraid they will now expect the same from me, but, there is only ONE Palma:)

Everything looks so great. And fun.


All I can say is wow, too! Palma, this menu looks like a trip to St. Patrick's Wonderland. You are fantastico! I am sure a good time was had by all. Happy BD to Rebecca's clan members, too!

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