Hello sweet friends!
First of all, I wish all my Irish blog friends a wonderful St. Patrick's Day 2016, along with your families... and to the ones that enjoy this St. Pat's celebration as well.
I always use the green china made back at our Ceramic company, Monte Turi from many years ago.
I know the friends that follow me know that my inspiration for the pattern decoration for all the dishes I made; from the indigenous people of Ecuador's clothing customs and I was lucky to have found this pattern in the men's embroidered shirts, many years ago, as the collar and cuffs had shamrocks on them.
I also used the dinner green plates from last Mother's Day gift china and the shamrocks salad plates.
I will be joining Kathleen, at Cuisine Kathleen annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl this Wednesday the 16th. Hope you do too.
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY TO YOU ALL !
|I also baked an Irish Soda Bread from Pinterest. Easy and yummy!|
|A very GREEN table in honor of ST. PATRICK'S DAY 2016.|
|The dinner plate is from my last Mother's Day gift. The 'shamrocks salad plate' from our china designed by me and hand decorated by artists.|
The napkin ring in green was also made back at Monte Turi, our own ceramic factory.
|I also used the teacup saucer for the crystal sherbet.|
|The "Irish Soda Bread" came out delicious. |
|A while back a guest broke the eight green napkin ring, so I interchanged in each place setting a green one and a blue one like this one, as the china has blue as well.|
|Finally the place setting with the sherbet to keep the greens light.|
|A little green plant as centerpiece... no biggie.|
The white birds are Salt & Pepper shakers.
|The "Irish Soda Bread" from Pinterest came out delish and what you see are currants.|
The grandgirls spread it with 'Dulce de Leche' and 'Blueberry Jam' too... yum!