Try your Luck - Giveaway.

Let's celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a Giveaway.

Try your luck and see if you will be the winner of a fabulous box of GOURMET CHOCOLATES!

Just comment below with your favorite

St. Patrick's Day tradition.

Winner will be announced tonight at 7:00 pm PST

GOOD LUCK!


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aquina
aquina

May 05, 2014

mmmmm, chocolate!!

aquina
aquina

May 05, 2014

OOPS! corned beef and cabbage is my fave tradition. delete my other entry? :)

Lacey Jean Buckingham
Lacey Jean Buckingham

May 05, 2014

I love to have a party every year because this is my favorite holiday. I make a lot of green things from cakes to cornbread! This year I am making pistachio pudding even.

I love being around family and friends all wearing green! My favorite color.

Melissa Stands
Melissa Stands

May 05, 2014

Growing up (prior to the considerations of ingesting food coloring) my Mom would serve green food for the entire day. I’ve eaten dyed green pancakes & waffles, green eggs, green soup, green milk, green juice, just about anything you could color green we ate green. With my kids I’ve carried on with some of those traditions choosing a bit more natural aspect with naturally green pasta, tortillas, smoothies, soups, etc. Makes it a bit more challenging, but still fun all the same!

Sherrill Long
Sherrill Long

May 05, 2014

We always wear green, of course!

Tami Bitton
Tami Bitton

May 05, 2014

Wearing Green

Stewart Campbell
Stewart Campbell

May 05, 2014

My favorite tradition is trying to find gold coins all over the house…kind of like Easter egg hunts.

Amy Munson
Amy Munson

May 05, 2014

Corned beef and cabbage

Elli Mathers
Elli Mathers

May 05, 2014

Happy St.Patricks Day to everyone!!!
We have a pot of gold with all kinds of goodies in it ,including homemade coupons like “no chores for a week” , or " a new video game" all kinds of things …I take 25 potatos and with a water color marker write each childs name on them 5 times each.. I then hide them around the yard or in the house ..depending on where we decide to play…and then I let the kids go and find them…the first one to collect 5 potatos with each childs name on it and place them on a small green box we made in the right birth order gets to take a grab in the pot of gold..we have runners up so no one is left out!!! this is traditionally done after our big dinner….and dessert is a very green, white chocolate mouse! :)

Carly Andelin
Carly Andelin

May 05, 2014

We started a tradition in our family to make cornedbeef and cabbage with irish soda bread. So good! Good excuse to make a good Irish meal!

Aubrey S.
Aubrey S.

May 05, 2014

Corned beef & cabbage in the crockpot! And maybe a Guiness on occasion :)

Jamie Utecht
Jamie Utecht

May 05, 2014

Corned beef and cabbage. Yum yum!!!

noeletta cardenas
noeletta cardenas

May 05, 2014

Sorry to say, I don’t have one! But, maybe we can make it chocolate! LOL

Jessica Thorne
Jessica Thorne

May 05, 2014

Eating corn beef and cabbage!

Bethany hughes
Bethany hughes

May 05, 2014

Green eggs and ham for breakfast, green milk, corn beef and cabbage for dinner with mint chocolate chip ice cream and green birthday cake for my birthday! We also make sure that we all wear lots of green or else iget to pinch everyone! I always get pinching honors cause it’s my birthday! I was born at 3:17 am!

Jamie eder
Jamie eder

May 05, 2014

My whole family wears green!!

sheri solomon
sheri solomon

May 05, 2014

today was the day my baby sister was born, Patricia Jo, Patty..
a birthday cake and many hues of green..
In fact she named her sons Hunter and Logen… shades of green..

A day of family … a day of shamrocks… a day we could wish to be Irish, then years later, doing genealogy, we discovered we really were …
smile
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and Shamrock Shakes at McDonalds !

Gayle Douglas-Wilson
Gayle Douglas-Wilson

May 05, 2014

I forgot to put the tradition ! Pinching if your not wearing green and corned beef and cabbage:)

Gayle Douglas-Wilson
Gayle Douglas-Wilson

May 05, 2014

Best chocolates in the World !!!!!

Jamie Southworth
Jamie Southworth

May 05, 2014

Guiness is the best part of St Patrick’s day! Of course it’d be better with a box of your chocolates!! Yum!

Cassi Rose
Cassi Rose

May 05, 2014

Having kids puts a whole different spin on holidays like St. Patrick’s Day. This morning was the first time our daughter has gotten to dress up for school, and I have to say- it was SO much fun seeing the excitement on her face! It’s not really a tradition yet, but we hope to make it one!!

Thelma Gunter
Thelma Gunter

May 05, 2014

We did the green eggs when the kids were young. We did clover hunts. We have three of our six children who would look for 4 leaf clovers and always find a ton of them while the other three could not find any… just strange. With one son named Leckie he quickly got the nickname of “Lucky” due to people having trouble pronouncing Leckie. We do feel lucky to have him… ok… so does it sound like I am trying to win chocolate? You bet… Happy St. Patrick’s day to whoever wins!

Laura Donley
Laura Donley

May 05, 2014

Love, love your chocolate!

Renee Dahlgren
Renee Dahlgren

May 05, 2014

Eating yummy corned beef & cabbage!

Tina
Tina

May 05, 2014

Making sure to wish all of my Facebook Friends & Family “Luck O the Day” & not being too Green with Envy because we all have so much more than others affected by the current devistation around the world. All year long I dream about Country Mercantiles Mint Pattys Ofcourse!

Robin Whiting
Robin Whiting

May 05, 2014

corned beef and cabbage with friends – fabulous tradition :-)

ANNETTE
ANNETTE

May 05, 2014

Thinking about my Dad which I lost six years ago today and feeling every lucky to of had him for my Dad.

Elaine
Elaine

May 05, 2014

Wearing & decorating in green.
Having a shamrock shake,rocks too.

EYN & GG2
EYN & GG2

May 05, 2014

We always decorate the house for St. Pat’s & wear our green(you get pinched, if you don’t).
I like to get a shamrock shake every year too.

Katie Thornhill
Katie Thornhill

May 05, 2014

My favorite tradition is a celebration with my husband. We met on St. Patrick’s Day in 1987 at Kells Irish Pub in Seattle. I was wearing a pin that said “Erin go bragh” and he commented on it, so we started talking. During that conversation we found out that we had both attended college in Dublin in 1982 & 1983, while I was at Trinity College Dublin for my junior year, he was at University College Dublin getting his masters degree! We lived about a mile from each other in Dublin and never met until 4 years later on Paddy’s Day! It’s what storybooks are made of! And now we have 5 daughters named Fiona, Ailis, Ciara, Moira, and Sinead!!

Chelsey Clark
Chelsey Clark

May 05, 2014

Way back in Kindergarten, my teacher had the very BEST tradition. The day before St. Patrick’s Day, we would design and create Leprechaun traps with the high school students. The next day we came to class to find total destruction of our classroom. We’re talking tables turned over, carpets turned upside down, books thrown a strew, Leprechaun traps set off and filled with golden coins and green shamrocks. Nothing, however beat the green “pee” that we found in the bathroom. As Kindergartners, that was the prize winner. Who would think such little Leprechauns could cause such havoc? :)

Phyllis Holzerland
Phyllis Holzerland

May 05, 2014

Hoefully going to Magills in Pasco for corn beef and cabbage

Phyllis Holzerland
Phyllis Holzerland

May 05, 2014

Hoping to go to Magills in Pasco for corn beef and cabbage

Liz J
Liz J

May 05, 2014

wearing green.. but I just heard about giving/getting $2 bills. Which sounds wonderful.

Shelby Fraughton
Shelby Fraughton

May 05, 2014

We wear green, eat pistachio coconut pie, and also corned beef and cabbage. This year though we’ll be celebrating this year court side at the marriott center cheering on the BYU womans basketball team! Go Cougars!!

tina
tina

May 05, 2014

don’t have one

Merlene Moody
Merlene Moody

May 05, 2014

I wouldn’t say this is a favorite St Patrick’s Day tradition but for the last several years it just so happens that my rotation has me working on St Patrick’s Day. I am a deputy sheriff. My uniform pants are green, so I know I am safe from being pinched. (besides if a prisoner tried to pinch me, I have a taser!!!)

Julie Reed
Julie Reed

May 05, 2014

We have no long lasting tradition from when I was a child, but my husbands mother (When she was with us), always called the night before and double checked each of us on the 17th to make sure we were dressed accordingly. Green was a must. Very strong Irish roots. There is no doubt we think of her during the month of March.

Lisa Sessions
Lisa Sessions

May 05, 2014

Eating corned beef. Wearing green. Finding peppermint patties and chocolate coins around the house. Watching the kids make leprechaun traps. When I was a child and lived in warmer climate we use to lay in the grass and look for four leaf clovers.

jill forker
jill forker

May 05, 2014

I always make a tradional Irish dinner plus decorate my house with many leprechauns !!!

Jason
Jason

May 05, 2014

We try to do breakfast “green” with green eggs and ham. The kids love it!!

stacy brady
stacy brady

May 05, 2014

Wearing green of course!!!

katie rice
katie rice

May 05, 2014

Corned beef! My husband makes it for me. Which makes it even tastier!

Cindy Bampton
Cindy Bampton

May 05, 2014

Every year I hide a small bag of gold chocolate coins…the one who finds the coins first gets to pick what we have for dinner..it’s their lucky day!

Michaele Patterson
Michaele Patterson

May 05, 2014

LOVE LOVE LOVE YOUR STORE!

Julee Love
Julee Love

May 05, 2014

I always make the whole family wear green!

Brittany
Brittany

May 05, 2014

Green Eggs & Ham for Breakfast!

Roxanne Yates
Roxanne Yates

May 05, 2014

Corned Beef and Cabbage is always good on the 17th.

Roxanne Yates
Roxanne Yates

May 05, 2014

not only great food, but great employees also. Can’t beat both.

John Kragten
John Kragten

May 05, 2014

Chasing leprechauns !!!

Lindsey
Lindsey

May 05, 2014

I make green food!! I want to win!!!!

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