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February 26, 2010

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Spot on. I like the feedback you have gave, giving it some thought, I will bookmark this page.

Cristie

Hi Ruth, Thanks for stopping by. Last year you told me you make colcannon for St. Paddy's Day. I just found a Wisconsin recipe for it. I'm going to make it despite my kids' fear of cabbage.

Ruth E

I really need to plan some St Paddy's stuff - love all you've done here!

Amanda and Linda

Thanks for stopping to look, Susie. I consider this first day of March the unofficial first day of a Wisconsin spring. I'll be baking more St. Patrick's day treats to celebrate! If anyone has tricks for making St. Patrick's day decorations out of food, I'm game to learn them. Leave me a link.

Susie's Homemade

What a cute idea!!

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