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Sally





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posted: 13.03.2005 01:33

See Liz,Patricias too.She\'ll bake you some of that Irish soda bread.Sounds so good.My mother used make it when I was little and I must say it didn\"t have the same ingredients as yours,it tasted bitter but yours probably has a sweeter taste.Does It?
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 13.03.2005 01:06

Hey, Liz, best girlfriend, I\'m sad that you\'re sad, though it\'s only natural for you to feel that way. Those first holidays without someone you\'ve been with so long are hard to get through. I\'ve got \"The Black Velvet Band\" on my computer music file, and I\'ll play it on St. Patricks Day because you said it was his favorite, and I\'ll shed a little tear with you. Would he laugh to know someone half a world away was playing a song in his honor? Do what you have to do to get thru the day, and remember we will be thinking of you and sending our love.

Pat
Sally





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posted: 13.03.2005 00:24

Think of St.Paddy\'s Day as celebration day.You\'ll get through.It\'s a happy time thats probably why your husband liked it.A time to celebrate bein Irish!!so be happy on that day and celebrate. I\'ll be here celebrating with ya,Liz
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 23:58

hi sally.yes its hard at some times..but got to keep going.its hard this is my first st patricks day in 30years without my hubby.he loved it..ill go to his grave on thursday please god..it will never be the same...i know but keep going ..i think im just feeling sorry foe my self...ok im better now how is that..love lizxxxxxx
Sally





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posted: 12.03.2005 23:44

Good Morning to ya Liz.You gettin home sick too?So am I and I wasn\'t born there!St Paddy\'s Day is coming & I\'m getting my green ready to wear & I have a new Irish cd.I can\'t wait for the parade.they\'re havin one in Dublin but unfortunately it\'s not down Gardiner Street!!!
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 22:33

top of the morning to ya all.oh patrica all that food can we come to ur house.please..so ur going to cook it all.good on ya ...sally we could back from patrica home 6 pounds heavy..stephine thats a shame no one came to dinner...people can be so rude...james im listing to hail gloures st patrick.danial o\'donnell..how are u mate..im feeling a bit like u now...but its a one off..we get thoes longings to go home....but tell me would u live back home mate....we just need company in our lifes...ok.love lizxxxxxx
sally





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posted: 12.03.2005 19:26

Wonderful recipes Patricia.Sounds Delicious.Oh Stephanie you don\'t mean to say people could be so rude not to show up.I would never have done that to anyone.Shame on them.We are great aren\'t we Liz even if we\'re past our prime!! Oh good James you are fine.Didn\"t mean to say you hated Ireland,noone ever could.Hope you are all having a good weekend.We had more snow but sunny now.Patricia push that Spring up this way faster!!!
isabel pinelli

Location:
Argentina


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posted: 12.03.2005 19:08

wonderfull webcams.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 12.03.2005 18:31

Hi everyone! Pat I was out buying the postcards and getting advice from the Post office on sending postcards to Canada. Everyone there told me to make sure we do the caps, and the address correctly or it will come back. Other than that no one showed up to my party. Oh well. Maybe ya\'ll can come next time. Nice today. Liz must have sent me sunshine. Dizzy I work 8 to 5 at a Internet company so basically when I get home that is the farthest thing I want to do. But if you wait a couple more hours the party will start. Well I\'m off to get the postcards ready. If ya haven\'t sent me the address better hop to it. No St. Patty\'s day parade here too many cowboys, and don\'t know what it is. Just joking!!!!



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.03.2005 17:42

Ok, my little Chicadees, below you will find recipes for cooking for St. Patrick\'s Day.

I usually double the Sweet Soda Bread recipe, and form four smaller loaves instead of two and bake a little shorter time so I have separate loaves for my children to take home, as they love it.

You will notice there are no ground toe-nails or spiders included in the ingredients. Sorry, Webbie, I don\'t cook with those.

Liz is sleeping, JoAnn is at the parade, Sally and Liz are out making some kind of mischief, James is singing in his sleep and dreaming of his native land, Charlie is repairing floors, where are the rest of you?

I\'ve got some work to do, myself, so...See Ya!

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 12.03.2005 17:23

Irish-American Sweet Soda Bread (from your Irish-American Sweetie!)



2-cups unsifted all-purpose flour

1/4-cup sugar

1-teaspoon baking powder (make sure this is fresh, as it ages quickly after opened, and doesn’t work)

1-teaspoon baking soda

˝-teaspoon salt

˝ teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4-teaspoon ground nutmeg

1/4-teaspoon ground cloves

3-tablespoons softened butter or margarine

˝-cup seedless raisins

1-cup buttermilk

1-tablespoon melted butter

Confectioners sugar, optional

continued...
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.03.2005 17:22

cont.



Preheat oven to 375. Lightly grease a cookie sheet.



Sift the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Cut in the softened butter or margarine with a pastry blender or fork until mixture looks like fine crumbs. Add raisins.

Add buttermilk, mix in with fork only until dry ingredients are moistened.

Turn out on a lightly floured surface, and knead gently until smooth, about 1 minute. Shape into a ball.

Place on the cookie sheet, and flatten into a 1&1/2 inch circle. Cut a cross about 1/2 inch deep into the top.

Bake 30 to 40 minutes, or until top is golden, and loaf sounds hollow when tapped. Brush top with a little melted butter, and after it cools on a wire rack, dust with confectioner’s sugar, if desired.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.03.2005 16:43

Irish Soda Bread, basic



1-tablespoon softened butter, use to coat the baking sheet evenly

4-cups all-purpose flour (not cake flour)

1-teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon salt

1 to 1&1/2 cups buttermilk



Heat oven to 425 degrees. Coat the baking sheet.

Sift the flour, soda and salt together into a deep bowl. Gradually add 1 cup of buttermilk, beating constantly with a large spoon until the dough is firm enough to be gathered into a ball. If the dough crumbles, beat up to ˝ cup more buttermilk in to it by the tablespoon until the particles adhere.



Place the dough on a lightly floured surface and pat and shape it into a flat circular loaf about 8 inches in diameter and 1&1/2 inches thick. Set the loaf on the baking sheet and cut a ˝ inch deep cross into the top. Bake for about 45 minutes, until the top is golden brown.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.03.2005 16:25

Corned Beef & Cabbage Casserole (serves 5)



5-medium-sized potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced

1-small onion, chopped

1-teaspoon salt

˝-teaspoon pepper

4-cups shredded cabbage

1-can corned beef (you know, that can that lives by the tuna cans in the grocery store, that is squarish and the top is narrower than the bottom and it opens with a key)

1-can cream of celery soup

1 ˝ -cups milk



Place potatoes in a lightly buttered or non-stick sprayed casserole baking dish, cover with onion, salt & pepper. Add shredded cabbage. Crumble corned beef and spread over cabbage. Dilute celery soup with milk, and pour over all. Bake at 375 degrees F for an hour and a half.

JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 12.03.2005 14:41

Hello All!

I\'m off the the St. Patrick\'s Day Parade here. It\'s a bit cold and we are getting dressed warm and standing outside the WAWA for easy access to coffee and hot chocolate.



Have a great day!

JoAnn
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 14:00

All together sing.

If the blarney stone stood out on Sydney harbour,

And Dublin Town to Melbourne came to stay,

If the shannon river flowed throughed Brisbane\'s waters,

And Killarney\'s lakes flowed into Botany bay.

If the shandon bells rang out in old Fremantle,

An d County Cork in Adelaide did appear.

Irelands son\'s would never roam

all the boy\'s would stay at home,

If we only had old Ireland over here.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 13:08

webbie u may say im a dreamer..where was that and who was the band..its lovely...im off to bed now i love u kids be good love lizxxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 12:57

hello all i hope u all have a great day please god i had a good one..busy too..james hope ur ok mate...webbie have a good weekend..patrica u just relax sally and stephine u do the same..and everyone take care love lizxxxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 08:56

ah sally about getting better.oh ur so right..im so good i could do ten rounds with who..haa.yes i do agree.just look at webbie.99now..hooo.well im not too bad i think..but then the oul men dont want us aged women..shame...im a good as any young skirt..even better..now..james darling..oh dont feel so down mate..if i could join u we could get p...........togeather..hey...but the stone outside dan murphys door ,,there a sweet darling spot in my memory its the place we where born and reard.tis long years ago since we left it..ok mate the rest of the song...patrica hello there..thats a good life horse riding my daughter loves it..but horses are too big for me..growing up in dublin.haa they where parked at the road side..like cars are now...hard working beast..james u would remember thet too ok love lizxxxxxx
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 05:29

Hello Patrica, your grandchildren have a celtic look, you should teach them the song, The day Delayney\'s donkey won the half mile race lol, or McGinty\'s goat, Lanagians Ball, The stone outside Dan Murphy\'s door, They will never be on their Pat Molone if they live the life of Reilly, play by Rafferty\'s rules, obey Murphy\'s law and whistle Danny Boy while riding a bicycle up a hill backwards in a snow storm thinking of old Ireland.

ha ha ha ha.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.03.2005 04:59

Hi, Dizzy...

Sarasota, south of Tampa? I'm up near Georgia in the Big Bend. 4 hours, 175 miles. Do you like it there? Are you Irish? Nice to have you on here.

Hi, Sally, up so late? I just checked out the Red Hills Horse Trials website, we are going up to watch the trials Sunday. My granddaughters will be starting riding lessons later this month. Check out this ********************* -, some nice horseflesh. You can get an idea of the countryside here, this park was carved out of Meridian Meadows, a plantation owned by the Phipps family. My daughter was overseer on Meridian Meadows when she first graduated from FSU, her degree is in Horticulture, but she was within about 10 hours of a degree in Animal Science before she switched majors, so that was perfect for her, she's an outdoor girl and loves horses. They raise quail for hunting, some Thoroughbreds, but mostly Paso Fino horses. You'll enjoy the pics.

Have a good weekend!

Pat
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 12.03.2005 04:43

Sally, when did i say i hated Ireland, i hate the corrupt politicians and clergy but never the place where i was born.

I\'m going back to demand land rights for Pagan Celts, and give the new cult religion the big A hahaha.

I\'m looking forward to the big Irish day in Fremantle tomorrow, i\'ll sing a special song for you Sally, singing,

T\'was christmas eve babe, in the drunk take, and the boy\'s from the NY Po-lice choir were singing Galway Bay and the bells were ringing out on christmas day, I love you baby. hahaha. I just punched Patrica in the tiddleywinks, right boy\'s and girl\'s the donnybrook is on, hold me back, let me at her. ha ha ha
dizzy

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.03.2005 03:47

maybe im not to far from you i think whoever was messing up the site is gon now for good i hope
Sally





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posted: 12.03.2005 03:46

Sorry you mean you live in Sarsoda.Never heard of that part of Florida.Have family that lives down there
sally





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posted: 12.03.2005 03:44

hi sarsoda hope I got that rght?how are you? fine I hope!