Top o’ the mornin’ to ya!
Alana getting into cooking/cleaning mode
Yesterday we had the privilege of celebrating one of our favorite Americanized and distorted holidays. This year we were lucky enough to have it fall on a Sunday, so we decided to hold a little celebration since we are so far from our homes. I’ll try to make this brief because I’m still pretty full.
Kittens hoping for some scraps
We woke up early and headed to do a few chores. Target for prescriptions, King Soopers for groceries, Marshall’s for another large pot, and Sprouts for produce. We already had corned beef from the day before. Five pounds of it… for three omnivores and four vegetarians. Whoops.
Our grocery trip
the house and I threw the mixture of corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes
(not telling you the secret recipe
) around 11:00 a.m
. We started eating at 3:30 p.m
. Alana made a very good Irish soda bread
with her friend’s
mom’s authentic recipe AND
a spinach-feta pie-like dish. We also had some good Irish cheddar cheese, jack
, and cranberry goat cheese with matzo
h. That’s right… straight from Jerusalem.
Our tunes for the day…
For drink, we were provided with George Killian’s irish Red, a nice refreshing light tasting beer to compliment the dishes. (I know nothing about beer.) Afterwards, I made vanilla Bailey’s milkshakes for dessert. We Skyped with family, chatted and caught up with one another, and gave the kittens tons of attention. All in all it was a very fun time together. Thanks to everyone for coming and everyone that celebrated this holiday the right way!
remnants of milkshake
Kitchen hit by tornado
Even after a feast like this one, stay hungry and fit!