So do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Whether you are Irish or not, it is always fun to show off your green. My childhood memories are of always having corned beef, cabbage and potatoes for St. Patrick's Day. The community I grew up in were always ready for Friday night fish fries, and they were always ready to put on the green.
So, just a little note, I have not blogged for awhile, but I hope to begin again. Life got the best of me....
It is always fun to have a little chocolate decorating the plate.
When my children were going to elementary school, big contests were held to see which child from each grade level would wear the most green. Sadly, my children always lost.
The gold and white plates were from TJ Maxx last Christmas. The green plates were from World Market at Christmas time a couple of years ago;I have matching red ones.
I have used these bubble glasses for so many occasions. I love them. The green candlesticks were from when we were first married, and we have been married for thirty years!
The napkins rings actually have fall leaves embossed on them, but if you won't tell, I won't tell!
Just another view of the table.
For dessert, how about some chocolate cupcakes with Andes mints on top?
This gives a better view of the two-toned cupcakes.
I hope you enjoyed this table, and I hope you enjoy St. Patrick's Day, with love from Red Couch Recipes.