Wednesday, March 17, 2010

H

appy Saint Patrick's Day!!



I had to start my day with a GREEN monster of course.
(1 cup unsweetened almond breeze, 3 cups spinach, 1 pack amazing grass, 1 scoop power twister powder, 1 T almond butter, 1/2 banana).

Lunch was not very Irish. I had a slice of pepperoni pizza at Costco because I was picking up some cookies to share with the staff at work. I also had 1 cookie.

After work I met up with some friends at a Local Irish pub called O'Hanlon's. I had 2 Guinness and for dinner I ate Irish Onion Soup and Boxty (Irish Potato Pancakes):





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Did you do anything to celebrate leprechaun day?

11 comments:

challenges2010 said...

I wore a green t-shirt as I think that's about as Irish as I am :-)

sophia said...

I did nothing to celebrate St Patrick's Day...but I did act like a drunk getting hurt here and there by trpping. lol.
ah, that soup looks amazing!

eatingmachine said...

we had an irish dinner! and bailey's shakes :-)

your st patty's dinner looks delish!

moretolifethanlettuce said...

boxty = fun name!

mymarblerye said...

unfort I didn't do anything special. Glad you got some yummy irish eats though! But seriously...in chicago, people took st. patty's day SO seriously...everyone was drunk by 2!

Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday said...

That Irish Onion Soup looks suspiciously like French Onion Soup. What's the difference?

Anne Marie said...

I wore green-does that count?

Andrea @ CanYouStayForDinner.com said...

Mmm delicious onion soup- the melty cheese is the best part!
And I did celebrate with a corned beef and cabbage dinner and a guinness float. It was glorious!
Have a great day!

Kacy said...

I wore a green necklace. It was a busy day so didn't get to celebrate too much. Your Irish dinner looks awesome though!

Jessica @ Dairy Free Betty said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmm french onion soup!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Christine @ Grub, Sweat and Cheers said...

I went to the local Irish Club and had one Guinness...which makes me feel rather virtuous as usually I would have a wee bit more than that.