Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day Breakfast

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Top of the mornin' to ya, Lassies!


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Since my oldest was a wee colleen (that's what my Irish great-grandmother used to call me and my girl cousins....I think it means young girl...but I digress...) I have cooked green eggs and ham for St Patrick's Day breakfast.


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We also enjoyed Irish soda bread and shamrock scones.


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This year I have also added a very special Irish Cream Coffee.  Yep!  The Fresh Market has done it again with Irish Cream Believer Coffee (and a...ho-ome coming quee-ee-ee-een)!


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Look at what I found on sale at Homegoods.  This little dessert plate set was originally $25.00 and I bought it for $3.00!

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I hope you have a blessed St. Patrick's Day!


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I am linking over to Kathleen's St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl @ Cuisine Kathleen.

Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill

18 comments:

  1. La tua tavola di S.Patrick è così carina ed invitante!Posso venire a gustare i tuoi scones?Felice s.Patrick!Rosetta

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  2. I love it. I knew you would do St. Patrick's Day up properly. I love your new plates - perfect for St. Patrick's day and spring, and summer tablescapes.

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  3. How green and bright and happy for St. Paddy's Day! Just lovely!

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  4. Love your sweet tablescape and the dishes...what a deal! Happy St. Paddy's Day!

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  5. Everything looks so festive...I love it!

    I also love your iron stand in the corner...I've been looking for one of those for my kitchen...I just can find one!

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  6. Keep that pot brewing, I'm on my way over! So inviting & very Irish ... love it.

    Happy St. PAddy's Day ~
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

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  7. Great post Ricki!
    I love your table so festive , fresh and springy!!
    Those dishes are beautiful!!!

    I love your new banner by the way. Is this your own art work? I love it!
    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  8. Great post and yum! Why wasn't I invited?

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  9. Home Goods for $3.00 wow! We have one in town and I have never been there, but It appears I am missing something. Wish I was there I would have you make me a cup of that coffee YUUUM!

    Carol

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  10. I really enjoyed this post, very beautiful and festive! (-:
    Cheers!

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  11. What a lovely breakfast! Happy St Patrick's Day!
    I did wear green today, and have plenty of Irish in my ancestry. But that's the extent of my celebration....so far, anyway!

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  12. i once again find myself wishing we were neighbors. i love this! L-O-V-E!!

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  13. You did a beautiful job Ricki! Love those green plates, and what a pretty centerpiece. Do I need to mention I stole a cookie?

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  14. So pretty! I'd love a scone and some French pressed coffee...yum!

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  15. What a great table spread, I love all the themed food! Those plates are awesome too!
    I love your new title picture too!

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  16. That was sweet! Love your bargain too, perfect color.
    Thanks so much for joining the blog crawl! Did you ever see so many loaves of ISB, she says, while eating a piece slathered in butter! Dying for a cb sandwich, but it is Friday, so no meat!

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  17. Oh my, your table looks so beautiful. You did a great job setting it for St. Paddys Day. Have a nice weekend.

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  18. Looks like your St. Paddy's Day breakfast was perfect with good food and a beautiful table. Great buy on the set of pretty plates, and you know I'm happy at seeing photos of MacKenzie-Childs. Your vase and dishes are fun. I love the whimsy of the Taylor series. ~ sarah

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