try this. Green Beer.

In the spirit of our brother's and sister's of Ireland, we thought it is only appropriate to add our spin to the Green Beer. But who wants to use green dye filled with...who knows what is in that little bottle. So we put our organic thinking caps on and pondered what could be used in place of a dye. We need a natural dye -- Parsley!

Did you know that natural foods are full of color. They have been used as colorants when dying cloth, papers, eggs and now our beloved PBR. 

So if you are find yourself in a pinch this St. Patricks Day and you are looking for some green look in your fridge, it is probably right there in your crisper drawer. 

try this. 
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Organic Green Beer
(the parsley makes it organic.)

1 16oz can PBR
organic parsley
1 chilled pilsner glass or ball jar
juicer or blender
mesh strainer

-Run one hand full of parsley through your juicer.
if using a blender, add just a little water to the mix.
(pour juice thru strainer.)

- pour 1oz of green juice into a pilsner glass.

- tilt glass to the side and slow pour your PBR. 

So to each of you today, whether you are a true Irishman or one at heart. Slainte!

 

try this. Baked Eggs.

"In winter, I plot and plan. In spring, I move."  -Henry Rollins

Baked Eggs

Ingredients --
2 tsp. butter, plus more for greasing ramekins

some chopped tomatoes, or maybe chopped steamed spinach.  or canadian bacon
fresh chopped tarragon or basil or parsley.  or all three.  chives are really good too.
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. freshly ground pepper
4 eggs
4 tsp. heavy cream
4 tsp. grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese

Directions:

Preheat an oven to 350°F. Generously butter four 1/2-cup ramekins.

In a bowl stir the tomatoes, herbs, half the salt and pepper and divide them evenly between the four ramekins . Cut the 2 tsp. butter into small pieces and divide among the ramekins.   Break an egg into each ramekin. Season with the remaining salt and pepper.   Drizzle each egg with 1 tsp. of the cream.

Set the ramekins on a baking sheet and bake until the whites are opaque and the yolks are still soft in the center (15 minutes or so).  Remove from oven and sprinkle with cheese.

YUM!