No, Don’t Use Green Beer for This Venison Stew

No, Don’t Use Green Beer for This Venison Stew

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When March rolls around and St. Patrick’s Day festivities ramp up, folks think about leprechauns, four-leaf clovers, maybe the Chicago River being dyed green, parades with funny hats, green beer and Ireland.

St. Patrick’s Day originated to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick (AD 385-461), who may have dressed in green togs and black boots or eschewed those for more traditional duds. I’m thinking the latter. Whatever the case, the celebration now has become a big money event (of course) with bars, restaurants and other businesses capitalizing on it.

Back in my ignorant days of college youthfulness, one night a group of my wee pals…



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