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Quiz on St. Patrick's Day Irish Food and Drink

St. Patrick's Day Food and Drink: Fact or Fiction?

The greenest of holidays — St. Patrick's Day — has finally arrived! Hopefully, you're wearing emerald, and at least in a halfway sober state of mind. Even if you already did your celebrating over the weekend at one of the world's many parades, you can still celebrate March 17 in all its glory by studying up on some St. Patrick's Day and Irish food facts. Here's the drill: I'll make a statement, and you guess whether it's fact or fiction. Will you score high, or are you going to need the luck of the Irish? There's only one way to find out!

St. Patrick's Day Food and Drink: Fact or Fiction?

Due to St. Patrick's Day celebrations, March accounts for 10 percent of all Guinness sales.

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diamondmercy diamondmercy 7 years
That was cool. I actually did better than I expected and I am not Irish! LOL
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 7 years
Nancita I was nervous about the Bailey's shelf life part too.
flavacrisp flavacrisp 7 years
According to Alton Brown, Corned beef originated in the US. Also in Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corned_beef
nancita nancita 7 years
Thank god that part about Bailey's chef life was false. I was getting nervous.
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 7 years
My grandparents all came from Ireland and I remember some of them saying that they never ate beef in Ireland....only mutton...cb & c is an Irish American meal.
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