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Happy St. Patrick’s Day for Ireland’s Hottest Celebrities!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We couldn’t be more excited to celebrate everything green, gold and Irish.

Check out the ultimate list below of the hottest Irish celebrities. Did you know all of these hunks were Irish?!

Jamie Dornan – This 50 Shades of Grey star has an awesome English accent, but we prefer his Irish dialect.

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Niall Hornan – The only One Direction singer from Ireland, not England.

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Colin Farrell – Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland.

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Michael Fassbender – Born in Germany to an Irish mother and moved to Ireland when he was two years old.

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Bono – Wearing the traditional glasses of the leprechaun.

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Liam Neeson – We wouldn’t mind being Taken out on a date with this Northern Irish fox.

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Did you know that all of these celebrities were Irish?!

Did your favorite Irish celebrity not make our list? Sound off in our comment section!

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A St. Patrick’s Day Dinner You’ll Want More Than Once A Year

You heard it here first folks, this dinner is incredible and should most definitely be made more than once a year. The traditional corned beef and cabbage is delicious when done right, and The Pioneer Woman‘s recipe is simply to die for. Top the evening off with a scrumptious dish of rosemary roasted potatoes and an Irish cream bundt cake for dessert!

Corned Beef and Cabbage

You’ll thank us tomorrow. And the next day.

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Ingredients

  • 1 package Corned Beef Brisket (3-4 Pounds)
  • 3 Tablespoons Ground Black Pepper
  • 1 head Green Cabbage (can Use 2 If You’d Like More)
  • Olive Oil, For Searing
  • 1/2 bottle Guinness, Or Any Beer
  • 1 cup Balsamic Vinegar
  • 2 Tablespoons Sugar (optional)

Preparation Instructions

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

Unwrap the brisket and place it fat side up inside the baking dish. If it came with a spice packet, sprinkle it over the top, then sprinkle on the black pepper and rub it in. Cover the dish with heavy aluminum foil and place it in the oven for 2 1/2 hours, then uncover and continue baking for 1/2 hour to 45 minutes.

Check the brisket by inserting a fork in the meat. If it goes in easily, it’s ready; if it meets with resistance, bake for another 30 minutes—or up to an hour in some cases! If the brisket is tough, it hasn’t cooked long enough! Once the brisket is fork-tender, remove it from the oven and let it rest, covered loosely in foil.

While the brisket is resting, make the balsamic reduction for the cabbage: Combine the balsamic and the sugar in a small saucepan over medium-high heat. Stir it together and bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce to medium-low and simmer until the mixture is reduced by half and thick. Set it aside.

Raise the oven heat to 350 degrees. Next, make the cabbage: Cut the cabbage into 8 wedges. Heat the olive oil in a large, heavy skillet over medium-high heat and add the cabbage. Sear it on both sides until the cabbage gets as much color as possible, about 1 minute per side. Use a spatula to transfer the cabbage to a rack placed over a baking sheet. Sprinkle the cabbage pieces with salt and pepper. Pour the Guinness (or beer) into the bottom of the pan, then carefully transfer the pan to the oven. Bake the cabbage for 20 minutes, or until tender and deeper brown.

Slice (or shred) the rested beef on a cutting board (it should be very, very tender and almost falling apart.) Then place it on a large platter alongside the cabbage wedges. Take generous spoons of the balsamic reduction and drizzle it all over the cabbage slices.

Serve the corned beef next to the cabbage…and dig in!

 

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

It would be just wrong not to pair the entree with this.

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Irish Cream Bundt Cake

This is easy to make on a busy Tuesday night and will be the perfect end to your St. Patrick’s Day dinner!

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We hope your themed dinner gets you into the holiday spirit! Enjoy!

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St. Patrick’s Day Outfits!

Not sure what to wear to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year? Well we have found some great outfit ideas to add some green to your outfit this holiday!

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To see more about the outfits just simply click on the photo of your choice! We would love to hear what kind of outfits you are planning to wear for St. Patricks day in the comments section below!


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Things We Love- St. Patricks Day!

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner we thought it would be fun to share some interesting facts with you about St. Patty’s Day that you probably didn’t know!

To read more interesting facts about St. Patrick’s Day click here.

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1. St. Patrick wasn’t Irish!

2. It is very unlikely that St. Patrick rid Ireland of its snakes.

3. St. Patrick didn’t wear green.

4. The 1st St. Patrick Day parade was held in Boston, not Ireland.

5. Ireland is not the biggest consumer of Guinness! Your second guess is probably the U.S. but that is not right either! It’s actually Nigeria!

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Glowing Bath Water for Kids!

Lets face it, the struggle to get your kids to actually take a bath is very real. They don’t want to take a bath and when they finally do they get bored very fast! Well keep them entertained and actually want to take a bath by trying this awesome glowing bath water idea! It is 100% safe and edible tonic water that you simply add to the bath water! After adding the tonic water to the bath water, the water will glow a cool blue color!

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At your local grocery store, look for a 2 liter container of tonic water. This can be found at almost any grocery store and will not leave a sticky mess behind in the bathtub! For more information click here. We hope you share your child’s experience with us when you get time to try out this awesome idea!

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Haylie Duff Inspired Baby Shower

This weekend Haylie Duff celebrated the upcoming birth of her first child. As a California girl she was able to take advantage of the state’s warm weather for her party. However, for those of you expecting momma’s who have a little bit more time until spring, think about adding some ideas from Haylie’s party to your own baby shower!

 

Invite your loved ones.

Haylie invited family (see sister Hilary Duff below) and friends to her spring baby shower. No matter what kind of party you have, being surrounded by those you love ought to be the number one priority!

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Embrace your inner flower power.

We loved Haylie’s idea of having flowers be the centerpiece of her party. Guests got to make their own bouquets in mason jars and got to choose their very own flower crowns to wear throughout the party. How cute are Joanna Garcia and Lacey Chabert?!

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Learn how to DIY here!

Sweet treats are a must.

Not only do these treats look scrumptious, but they also are perfectly in tune with the day’s theme.

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Learn how to make your own dainty treats here:

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Decorations are a must.

Learn how to make your own beautiful party decorations here.

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Have your very own Haylie Duff-inspired baby shower by following these simple tricks: flowers, sweet treats and fun decorations! The key to any spring party success!

What suggestions do you have to make this party even better? Sound off in the comments section below!

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March-Inspired Dinner

Next week is St. Patrick’s Day so we are trying to get in the Irish spirit.

Try this scrumptious dinner to get you excited for the big day!

Shepard’s Pie

Dine like a leprechaun on this incredible entree during a cold night this March. For the picky eaters out there, the recipe molds well to what your family prefers (i.e. more vs. less garlic).

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Ingredients:
6 medium floury potatoes, peeled and roughly chopped in 4
6 tbs grated Parmesan plus extra to garnish
3 tbs milk
2 tbs oil
2 medium onions, chopped
4 cloves garlic, minced
500 grams beef mince
1 large carrot, grated
3 tbs tomato paste
3 tbs Worcestershire sauce
2 tbs barbecue sauce
a few sprigs of fresh thyme
1 1/2- 2 cups stock
salt and pepper, to taste
Directions:
Fill a saucepan with potatoes until they are fully immersed. Bring to  boil and then reduce the heat to a simmer until the potatoes are completely cooked through. Drain and mash until no lumps remain. I put my potatoes through the mincer attachment on the Kitchenaid to get them completely smooth. Add the grated parmesan, milk and season well with salt and pepper. Set aside.
In a heavy bottom saucepan, heat oil on medium heat. Add to it the chopped onions and fry until just beginning to brown, about 7-8 minutes. Add the garlic and fry for a further minute. Add the mince and keep stirring and mashing the mince until completely broken up and no clumps remain. Keep stirring until the mince has browned and the water has dried up. Add the rest of the ingredients and season with with salt and pepper. Simmer on medium heat till the gravy is thick, about 40 minutes. Fill a baking dish with the mince gravy and top with the mashed potato. Use a fork to smooth the top, sprinkle with extra Parmesan and bake in the oven for 40 minutes. Serve immediately topped with extra grated Parmesan cheese.
A salad chalk full of nutrients has never looked this good.
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Resse’s Peanut Butter Cup and Pretzel Cookies

Top the night off with this sweet and salty treat.

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We hope your dinner is excellent! Sound off in the comments on you think next week’s featured meal should be.

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Spring 2015 Fashion Trends!

We thought it would be nice to show you some hot new trends for Spring this year! The great part about these trends is that you can actually wear them in everyday life! You cannot say this about some of the crazy outfit pairings and extremely high heels we see during many fashion shows!

Head to Toe White

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One Shoulder Tops

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Anything Yellow

(there is a yellow shade that works for everyone!)

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Shirtdress

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Hopefully you see something you like! If not, there are MANY other trends in style this Spring! We personally love the shirtdress look and the all white outfits! What are some of your favorites?!

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Things We Love… March!

We are so excited for it to be March (finally)! Nothing says spring is coming like some good ole’ March fun! Ready for a few ideas to incorporate into your family’s life this month? Check out the awesome ideas below:

Crafts

Try making this fun decoration to get your home in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit!

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Find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow by making this fun craft!

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March 2nd was Dr. Seuss’ birthday, celebrate with these fun crafts that are inspired by his books!

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Food

White chocolate Lucky Charms treats will hit the spot this holiday season! They’re a fun twist on your favorite rice krispie treats!

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Irish car bomb brownies? We can dig it!

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Want a few incredible March dinner ideas? Check out this list that Buzzfeed made!

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Home Decor

These fun candle holders will have you thinking spring!

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A wreath that costs $15 and can be made in 15 minutes is what we like to hear!

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We have a lot things to say this month, so these free printables will come in handy!

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We hope you take advantage of some of these fun craft, home decor and recipe ideas this month! We know we love them! Can you think of anything else that is a must do in March? Comment below!

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Learn to Scrapbook!

Many of you might not know that it is International Scrapbooking Industry Day today! So in honor of this holiday we thought it would be perfect to find a beginners guide to scrapbooking!

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We found a great video tutorial that is part of a series that can show you how to scrapbook! Even if you already know how to scrapbook, the video will still be useful if you want some good ideas and inspiration for your next scrapbooking session!

Check it out below!

Hopefully this video was useful and made you feel more confident to start a scrapbook of your own!   You can even get the kids involved by letting them create their own scrapbook of pets, friends, family, or their own photos!

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