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ARTICLES ABOUT ST. PATRICK'S DAY

POTATOES, RENESANCE, CLOVERS, MY LUCKY DAY, GREEN HATS

Published: 07/11/2015

 St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17, his religious feast day and the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. The Irish have observed this day as a religious holiday for over a thousand years. On St. Patrick's Day, which falls during the Christian season of Lent, ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

It's sometimes hard to plan a wonderful evening with family and friends. You have to juggle with arrangements for your kids, food allergies, meal preparation and… of course you also have to make your home presentable.  Fortunately, easy cheese fondue recipes can help.As long as none of your guests ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

The Druids were an ancient order of Celtic priests in the societies of Western Europe, Britain and Ireland. The Celtic Druids served their communities by combining the duties of seer, priest, poet, philosopher, historian, scholar, teacher, doctor, astronomer and astrologer. The Celts had developed a highly sophisticated religious system, ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Ever see that huge piece of meat in the supermarket called the "Beef Brisket"? You would look at it and ask yourself, I have heard about how great this taste but it might be hard to make taste great since It is just a huge piece of meat. You ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

There are many places in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland where you will see large numbers of Celtic crosses. Many people confuse the Celtic cross with the High Cross and the Irish Memorial Cross, but it is completely different. The image of this cross is that ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Acrostic poetry is a type of poetry that has a feature which is quite uncommon for any other type of poetry. The first or random word or letter of each line can be substituted with another meaning of words and even sentences. Also known as "name poem", this type ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

The accurate moment of the start of the Renaissance is challenging to point to with certainty but Byran's life history of da Vinci narrates a story that passes on a broad approximation of the immediate point when the movement commenced. Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, appointed Leonardo da Vinci ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

The Renaissance period had some delicately designed clothing for all and fashion in that time was organized towards the superb designs and the simplistic forms as well. Clothing during the Renaissance period was more about displaying people's social status. The kings, queen and other rich people used to wear ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Time Capsule Through the Renaissance to the Age of the Baroque Researched and Authored by: Michael J. Spindler of Local Music Hits As a young eager fictional cultural anthropologist, the author is on a quest to find a missing time capsule. The contents supposedly include articles that ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

London experienced a cultural and artistic movement in between early 16th and early 17th century which is known as the English Renaissance Period. The English Renaissance was much influenced by the pan-European Renaissance which is said to have originated in the 14th century in northern Italy. Often known as ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

When you are thinking about holiday party recipes, it is always good to keep in mind that it is a good idea to serve some appetizers hot. Here it is important to choose a recipe that as easy and won't keep you in the kitchen for hours, away from ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

If you are tired of paying high prices for store bought potato chips and would like to start making your own at home, I think you will enjoy trying out this easy recipe.Along with the listed ingredients, you will need a deep fryer with a deep frying basket, 6 ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Weather its your own curiosity, a school project, or just an afternoon project with your kids, making a potato light is fun for all ages!  I did this project for my daughters kindergarten class and and it was a huge success!  They thought I was magic!  I thought I ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

The first home remedy for black eye is to get something cold on the eye immediately after it has been struck. The cold will help relieve the swelling of the eye. Your best choice would be a bag of ice. If a bag of ice is not available, a ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Potatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to keep year round, best stored in a vegetable or root cellar which is cook and dry. Before using any potatoes, wash and inspect them for sprouts and irregularities, removing all. Children and invalids should never eat new potatoes, since they are ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Latkes, latkas or kartoffelpuffer… it's all the same dish: the mighty potato pancake. Not the same as hash browns, they look similar, since both dishes are based upon fried, grated potatoes. The big difference is that the potato pancake employs eggs as well, while hash browns are usually used ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Seems everyone loves a good potato salad and there are as many variations as there are cooks.  Here are a couple of recipes if you want to try something new the next time you make potato salad.  Sour Cream Red Potato salad combines sour cream with mayonnaise.  The green ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Whiskey is a powerful drink and whiskey is a powerful word-possibly because both are of Irish origin. The English articulation of the word in use today is based upon a word the earliest Gaels applied to the result of their stills, for it appears they were the primary whiskey-makers.The ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

The Six Best Places to Hold an Irish Wedding As any newly-wed will attest to, wedding ceremonies are a enchanting event, whether at a chapel in Las Vegas or on a cliff-top in Hawaii. There is something special, however, about an Irish Celtic wedding. It might be the ...

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Published: 07/11/2015

Deirdre led a tragic life and became known as Deirdre of the Sorrows. She was the daughter of Felim MacDall, an Ulster chieftain, a druid named Cathbad had prophesised that she would be the most beautiful woman in Ireland but her beauty would cause kings to got o war. ...

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