Why do we associate leprechauns, the Shamrock, and the color green with St. Patrick’s Day? Are Irish toasts really a thing? Who really was St. Patrick?
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St. Patrick’s Day is Monday! Do you have your green outfit ready to go? Fun parties for the weekend? Is your fridge stocked with the fixings for a fun night of all things Irish?
If you’re looking for some fun St. Patrick’s Day ideas, check out these blog posts. And if you’re looking for some lucky St. Patrick’s Day Deals, our fabulous deal hunter, Kim, has done the legwork to gather them for you here!
“May your pockets (wallets) be heavy and your heart be light, may good luck pursue you each morning and night.”
Guinness has inspired more than eight main style varieties of medium to full-bodied stouts with a wide range of tastes, feel and alcohol levels. Bringing chocolate, coffee, oatmeal, milk, dark fruit and big oak barrel-aged characteristics, stouts represent everything a real beer drinker could ever wish for…distinguished, velvety-smooth choice of brews to enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day and compare for a lifetime.
McDonald’s Shamrock Shakes are a highlight of the year for me. I’ve loved the cool minty flavor for as long as I can remember and look forward to them around Valentine’s day every year.
But they’re only available a few weeks out of the year. So I went on the hunt for some Shamrock Shake recipes to try at home. I even found a few healthy weight loss smoothie versions of the mint shake to try! If you ask me, that’s a breakfast worth waking up for!
Check ‘em out in the blog, grab your blender, and indulge in a little mint magic this March!
We’re starting to see lots of fun St. Patrick’s Day deals popping up on FatWallet, so I thought I’d gather them all in one place for you. We’ll add to the green fun as more deals pop up. Check out the yummy cookies and candy, fun costumes and t-shirts, travel deals and more in today’s blog…
St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching, and perhaps you want to save a little bit of money by throwing a party or celebrating at home this year. No problem! Avoid crowded bars and getting elbowed in the ribs by making your own Irish-themed drinks. Recipe links included!