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St. Patrick's Day gets a bad rap. Haters cite examples of drunken buffoons, unsavory green beer (you have other options, people!), and noisy parades. But at Food52, ever the optimists, we see it as an example to bake soda bread, serve a corned beef feast, and even drink a few beers -- just not on top of a float. Which brings us to this week's question:
How will you be celebrating St. Patrick's Day?
Will you be corning your beef? Eating cabbage by the pound? Or baking beer into your bundt cakes? Whatever you do, make sure to wear your green. We wouldn't wan't the leprechauns playing any tricks on you.
Kenzi: cabbage cabbage cabbage cabbage cabbage [sic]
Maddy: I'll be all green-ed out by Sunday, I'm afraid! I'm co-hosting a baby shower on Saturday with a gender-neutral theme of "green," so I'm making deviled eggs with avocado, Merrill's Mint Iced Tea, lime cupcakes, and a slew of other "green" food. Maybe I'll whip up something potato-centric on Sunday to get in on the festivities. Just as long as it doesn't include green cabbage!
Marian: I will be baking soda bread and wearing green so the leprechauns don't play tricks on me.
How will you be celebrating? Tell us in the comments!
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