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St. Patrick's Day

Each year on March 17th, the annual celebration of Ireland and its patron saint inspires green clover-covered crafts, clothing, and recipes. Whether you’re looking to decorate your home, or even yourself, our simple craft ideas will help you get in the spirit.

 

Our inventive takes on some popular Irish dishes encourage the creativity to continue inside the kitchen, too. We’ll help you have the most festive St. Patrick’s Day yet.

Each year on March 17th, the annual celebration of Ireland and its patron saint inspires green clover-covered crafts, clothing, and recipes. Whether you’re looking to decorate your home, or even yourself, our simple craft ideas will help you get in the spirit.

 

Our inventive takes on some popular Irish dishes encourage the creativity to continue inside the kitchen, too. We’ll help you have the most festive St. Patrick’s Day yet.

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Here's a quick way to add a bit of Irish spirit to a St. Patrick's Day meal: green shamrocks made with rustic potato prints. This project can be started and finished while a stew is simmering in an oven, so consider printing these cheerful good-luck symbols on napkins, place mats made from masking paper, and place cards.

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Skip the green food coloring. We've raised the bar for Saint Patty's Day desserts. These blondies are enriched with Irish coffee-inspired flavors -- ground coffee in the batter, whiskey in the sugar glaze. And you don't have to pull out the heavy stand mixer: A bowl and a wooden spoon will do.