Flowing IrishSpring of Thoughtsby
, freckle-faced families with accents to die for, farmers that look like such stereotypical Irish farmers that I can't help but stare (rubber boots, knee-length green pants, plaid wool vests, those Irish beret...
SPRING HAS SPRUNG....by
Helpful BuckeyeSpring has finally sprung this past Friday, the 20th. Remembering last week's opening quote, ...to get from winter's dream to summer's magic..., we must first experience spring. Helpful Buckeye's good friend, Link...
Champ – an Irish Potato Recipeby
Champ is an Irish recipe of mashed potatoes with butter and spring onions (scallions if you are in Ireland!)
4 pounds (1.8kg) potatoes
1/2 pint (300ml) milk
1 cup (225g) chopped spring...
Spring Break 2004, day 3by
the day. Yum. I'm still not clear as to whether or not I have any Irish in me or not, although I've been told that I look Irish (!?), and my maiden name certainly is Irish (O'Connell). I think...
Every Spring is a renewal of life for me especially now that I'm in my sixth decade... her friends and she was smiling from ear-to-ear when I added a little dance to it. Next to the Irish...
THE FIRST GREEN OF SPRINGby
For good luck the bouquet of an Irish bride and the boutonniere of the groom include the Shamrock. It is also the symbol of quality for Irish B & B's that have earned the coveted emblem...