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dundee 
Posted: 15-Mar-2007, 02:22 PM
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aye and the bells of st mary's barry was in that too wasnt he with that other actor.... dam he sang .... bing something.. ahhi forget... but i loved the part where the nun taught the kid to box.... L or am i getting the two mixed up????


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Posted: 15-Mar-2007, 04:39 PM
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stoirmeil,

Give the poor lads a good hot dog if you get a chance. If you don't have a hot dog handy a corgie will do biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

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Posted: 17-Mar-2007, 02:43 PM
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I just found the best freakin' beer EVER. I don't care for Guinness -- too strong. but my "liquor lady" suggested I try this Guinness brand called Smithwick. It's AWESOME. Taste great, less filling wink.gif . Anyway, it's not as strong, but it's dark and I really like it. I normally do the wine thing, but this stuff is awesome. Anyone ever hear of it?

My dinner is in the oven. I'm just waiting until closer to 5 to make the Colcannon and Boxty and finish up the Slieve. I hadda cook a pork shoulder for my Puerto Rican hubby -- he won't touch corned beef. He's lucky I like him a little rolleyes.gif

I tried this new dish for dessert -- Lemon Syllabub. It sounded great and I wanted to see what the family thought of it. If it's a hit I'm gonna make it a tradition. I sure feel for my sons' future wives -- they're gonna have a helluva time on this day -- WOOHOO! That's almost as good as the famous "Mother's curse".

Gotta go, more beer to be drunk beer_mug.gif

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Posted: 17-Mar-2007, 09:49 PM
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I hope everyone had a great St. Patrick's Day. All my family was here except the youngest daughter and my grandbaby Abbie. I believe everyone enjoyed dinner with brown sugar-glazed Corned Beef, oven roasted cabbage and apples, cheddar cheese whipped potatoes, irish soda bread and Baileys Irish cream pie. These were all new recipes I used except the Irish soda bread. The Baileys pie was a big hit with the adults with Irish Cream Coffee. I'm definetly feeling very Irishy tonite!!!! biggrin.gif

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  Posted: 18-Mar-2007, 04:08 PM
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Hey all!

Last night, I spent my St. Paddy's Day watching and taping two programs on my PBS station: "Great Performances", which was a broadcast of Loreena McKennitt's "Nights From The Alhambra", and "Visions Of Ireland". It's one of those shows that's done with a camera mounted on a helicopter. Very nice to watch.

Here's the URL for "Visions Of Ireland": Visions Of Ireland


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  Posted: 18-Mar-2007, 04:10 PM
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Crud, it didn't work. Here it is: Visions Of Ireland
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