Wednesday, March 17, 2010

St Patrick

For St Patrick's day, I made a dish called Bubble and Squeak. If you click on it -it will take you to the recipe. I did not add the sauce.   I had some for supper last night and will have some for lunch today. Mmmm.. I am part Irish, I couldn't resist.

May you always have
Walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain,
Tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire!
(and may I add - good Irish music to lighten your heart!)

If you're enough lucky to be Irish...
You're lucky enough!

Borrowed from Wikipedia:
Pious legend credits  Patrick with teaching the Irish about the concept of the Trinity by showing people the shamrock, a 3-leaved clover, using it to highlight the Christian belief of 'three divine persons in the one God' (as opposed to the Arian belief that was popular in Patrick's time)


Pat said...

Top 'o the mornin' to you, my friend (and a good rest of the day, too). :)

joanne lendaro said...

Happy St. Patty's Day to you!! thanks for the link to the recipe web site, hadn't seen that one before. Added to my fav's, I LOVE to cook! Hope you have a great day, and wore green so you won't get pinched!

Tangos Trash and Treasures said...

Yummm I love bubble & squeak!! I watched the Two Fat Ladies make it on Food network, hilarious!
Happy St Patrick's Day to you too!!

Valrie said...

Yummy, I'll have to try the recipe! I am in the Good Eggs and wanted to stop by and say hi! HOP over and say hi!


Royce said...

oh my gosh I've wanted a recipe for Bubble and Squeak for years. I just never think to look for it. I will surly try this. I first heard of it on an English show Wind and The Willows which I have all on DVD now.

Micki said...

It is a popular recipe here, so I am sure that you are licking your chops.
Happy st. Paddy's Day to you my Irish lad.