Tuesday, March 18, 2008

St.Patricks Day Happenings

Here are some pictures of our Saint Patrick's day activities :

While there was no leprechaun caught in our trap, it was quite obvious one had stopped by...

Our menu for the evening:
  • Irish Salmon in Heavy Cream- My kids loved this- and it was a nice change from the usual corned beef.
  • Herbed Cabbage and Potatoes
  • Fresh Garlic Sourdough Loaf (after all, I'm not 100% Irish:)

My daughter absolutely loved helping me make these Lucky coin cakes, which we served with Leprecaun fizz.

Hubby trying to fool the boys with a little slight of hand.

Playing Lucky Bingo

Our little Irish Rose

After the food and festivities, we watched the Hallmark film The Magical Legend of the Leprecauns. The kids and I love this film, I'm not even going to try to quess how many times we've watched it!

Good night to all~


Marva said...

the pics are great! Sounds like fun! Blessings!!!

Kirstin said...

I would love the recipe for your salmon. We love salmon!!!

I love your daughters hair. How beautiful.

mykidsmom said...

Kristin: Thanks for stopping by! I will try to post the Salmon recipe within the next week:)

Marva: My thoughts and prayers have been with you and the others going through such a difficult time this week. I hope things are starting to return to normal, or as normal as things can be after such a thing.

Leigh said...

That sounds like so much fun! I'm feeling sorry for my kids now...all we did was wear green, and then I spent the say lying around moaning because I had a toothache. Not very festive! LOL

mykidsmom said...

Thank for stopping by Leigh!

And there are very few things more painful than a toothache, hope it cleared up quickly:)

Sandy said...

Hi - your Irish salmon in cream sounds delic! We're an Irish family too :)