Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Shopping for St. Patrick's Day

Hi, We just got back from the market. 
I bought a few things for St. Patrick's Day.

Oops! Hubbs left his Irish cap on the hutch. That rascal! :)

There. That's better. 

I picked up cabbage, potatoes (of course), carrots and some deli corned beef for sandwiches, too...that's in the fridge.

A bunch of daffodils will be just right for a vase on the table.

The pub sign is one we used for a party a couple of years ago.

Whew! After all that shopping, I think I'll have a cup of tea, before starting supper. 
Wishing y'all a Happy St. Patrick's Day.

Joining Cuisine Kathleen for her 7th Annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl. 
See you there.
xo Babs

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16 comments:

Linda @ A La Carte said...

This makes me want Corned Beef and cabbage@

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Babs, I would love a cup of Irish Breakfast tea with you while you whip us up some lunch with all the goodies you bought! Linda

Sonia said...

Love your hutch vignettes..daffodils, cabbage and pretty dishes-all my favorites! Happy St. Paddy's day!
Miss Bloomers

Sarah said...

Babs, your meal sounds delicious! Love the St. Pat's vignette. Great job!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Hi Babs- you always pull something cute together! Love the basket with the cabbage and potatoes. The daffodils are pretty and a fresh reminder of spring! Wishing you a very Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Mary said...

Hi Babs, I had to chuckle at your pub sign and "blarney spoken here" :) Corned beef and cabbage is the perfect nosh for St. Paddy's Day! Love your pretty mug and cabbage leaf plate. ♣

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Sweet vignette with all those cute cabbages!

The French Hutch said...

I think your hutch looks so festive for the green and I don't mind the hat. Love the vignette with the vegetables, the pretty cup and that pub sign is fabulous! I'm sure you will serve up a "grand" meal to the hubs.
Happy St. Paddy's Day!

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Lovely vignette and I love your cup and saucer!

Jaybird said...

It's looking pretty AND lucky around there :^)
Have a great weekend...hopefully it will be warm enough to get OUTSIDE!!!
Blessings,
J

Kelly said...

You are all set for the big day! I've never eaten a true Irish meal before. That sounds good.

Kathleen said...

Love that sign! I say my 2 yo grandson Eamon is singing in blarney, as I can't understand a word he is saying! Thanks so much for joining in,it has been like a reunion with dear blog friends! Happy SPD! And I am NOT a ROBOT. I am Mrs. O'Robot, :)

Marigene said...

What a wonderful vignette...love it when veggies are included...to me there is nothing prettier than a head of cabbage before the green grocer pulls all those beautiful outer leaves off.
Happy SPD, Babs!

The Tablescaper said...

Love the basket of market goodies. Sometime what is right at hand is the most artful of all.

- Alma, The Tablescaper

Pat Cantwell said...

Babs,
Cute, cute, cute post, dear one!!!
I adore the basket filled with fixin's for a St. Patrick's Day Luncheon!!!
The tea mug is enchanting!!!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Denise said...

Hi Babs, I love your St. Pat's Day vignette!! Your hubby's cap is very dapper looking. ;) My husband has a tweed Guinness cap that he purchased in Dublin, and he's worn it so much, it's about to wear out. Your cabbage, potatoes, and carrots look so fresh, and the daffodils are lovely. I especially love the mug (Belleek?), the cabbage plates, and the beautiful green candlestick. It all looks so festive together.

Hope you have a great weekend, Babs!

Hugs,

Denise at Forest Manor