The day began with cinnamon rolls, coffee, and fresh snow in the mountains...also known as white gold at this time of year!
Corned beef is set to simmer and cook all day until it is tender and falls apart with a fork. It is seasoned with mustard seeds, bay leaf, whole black and red peppers, and basil.
Sunshine streamed through the windows all day. Canning shelves are more than half eaten and we feel so lucky that our garden produced enough to preserve to eat our farm food for a while longer.
Chives are loving the sunshine and are beginning to bulb at the tips for a lavender colored blossom. Leprechauns deposited golden chocolates on the counter top too!
A break in the mid afternoon for a toast and a blessing and prayers to our family and friends to live life in the ways of love, faith, hope, and charity.
Irish man, Tim, wit his traditional greeting of 'Happy St. Paddy's Day!'.
Irish soda bread with golden raisins is out of the oven and dinner is nearly ready to serve.
The sunshine continued into the afternoon and early evening as dinner was set on the table.
Corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, carrots, bread and butter.
Late evening Irish coffees and a movie The Quiet Man, with John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara finished off the evening of a perfectly green and lucky day!