Our family is a mixture of many nationalities.
For the past 3 years, the next generation has celebrated PIRISH, their name for the Polish St Patty's Day Party!
My daughter held brunch at her home....
...with a fabulous menu:
Pedro cooked green pancakes...
...while my "lassie" made mimosas:
And boy, were we ever surprised to find this little guy at her house - all the way from Ohio!!
We donned our mustaches and went off to my nieces house...
...my Polish husband donned his best:
Our family tradition to celebrate ANYTHING is to drink shots of blackberry brandy - and I mean ANYTHING - weddings, births, deaths, picnics, camping, holidays, coughs or general family gatherings! They even have special decanters engraved with their names and "Nostrovia Sto Lat" on them!
I made some Leprechaun Punch - Midori Melon, Moscato, Pineapple Juice and Sierra Mist - YUM!
It was a fun day and it's always a delight to see the next generation start to entertain the "ol folks"
And that's how the Polish, Cubans, Scottish, English, Germans and Irish in our family celebrate St Patty's Day!!