you all survived the rude awakening of setting your clocks an hour ahead last Sunday for daylight savings. But fear not, a much more entertaining day has arrived; and as most of us are aware, March 17th, is St. Patrick's Day (Or Lá Fhéile Pádraig in Gaelic).
St. Patrick's Day...
is a favorite for many Americans. It's a time for Guiness, green attire and the one time of year that everyone is apparently a little Irish. If you'd like to brush up on some facts about the color green, why corned beef and cabbage is so popular and where leprechauns come from check out this article.
A vegan spin...
If you love the indulgent favorites of Ireland, here are a couple of vegan versions that you might like:
Shepard's pie is a hearty dish that is satisfying and filling. Try this one out.
Stew with a little lager? Now that sounds like quite a meal.
Casserole is always a family favorite, and if you're looking for a little bit of green to decorate the table this evening, this dish should qualify.
So, remember to wear green, be safe and enjoy the early days of spring (Which starts with the Vernal Equinox on March 20th)! And if you have some awesome St. Patrick's Day recipes that include Mori-Nu tofu, give us a shout on Twitter, or Facebook