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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Would you like to get 20% off your order at the Celtic Attic? Place an order between now and March 17th and use code 20josh to get 20% off your order. We will send you a link to a survey when your order is completed so you can give us your thoughts on our new shopping cart and our website in general. … http://www.celticattic.com or http://www.acelticcalling.com/
How to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day: This day has been associated with parades and parties and festivals. Of course Green Beer and Irish whiskey are always tried and true for those of us over 21. For the wee ones try adding Green food dye to water, ice tea or soda. Makes for a fun and festive drink. Shamrock cookies and candies add to the Sugar overload. Always have fun and remember that this is a day of fun and frolic. We could talk about the history of St. Patrick’s Day and American and Irish traditions, but the Internet is full of stories about the history. We just want you to know we believe the love of all things Celtic should be a year round experience not just celebrated on one day per year and forgotten. So here’s a wee toast for March 17th…
The Wearin O the Green
Parades and festivities abound.
Wee ones and adults alike frolic around.
Shopping and Crafts and holiday faire
Line the city streets and rural routes everywhere.
After the parades and shopping end
And the sugar overload in our kids mend,
We send them to bed thinking of a St. Patrick’s Day dream
And we head to the pub for a shot of Jim Beam!
Or Jameson Irish Whisky for the Celtic Attic Team. Ó Kristin Olsen 2014
We have a great many items for sale that will make both your St. Patrick’s day perfect… I would put a link to St. Patrick’s Day, but that is the whole website. We have added some new products to the website including Celtic Fairy Lotions that we are making right here at the Celtic Attic! Visit our new product page!
We are starting our St. Patrick’s Day basket giveaway. We just started carrying a line of Irish and British food in the store, so we will make up a super sweet candy and tea basket for our lucky “Wearin O the Green” contest winner. You only need to enter once and you are automatically entered in this contest as well as our normal monthly contest for 2 Irish Pendants.
Recipes from the Celtic Attic Cookbook
Irish Crab Chowder
From Shirley’s notes about a trip to Maine
1/2 cup onion
1/2 cup celery
3 tablespoons butter
3 cups milk
1 can condensed frozen potato soup
1 7 1/2 oz can or fresh crabmeat, if canned drain
1 8 oz can cream style corn
2 tablespoons chopped pimento
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon thyme
1 bay leaf
1/2 cup dry sherry
1/2 cup parsley
Cook onion & celery in butter until tender. Add rest of ingredients except the Sherry & parsley. Cook until heated through stirring often. Cook about 15 minutes. Stir in sherry. Remove bay leaf and garnish with parsley.