March 2010 Newsletter
Hi friends,

Wow! March sure was a busy month for It is always the busiest because of St. Patrick’s Day. As time passes, we get more and more traffic coming into the site, as well as more and more orders for Irish products, mainly food. The total of individuals who came to the site in March was well over 86,786, up from last year’s total of 63,878; and over 13,000 on St. Patrick’s Day alone, up from last year’s 8,683.

I always hear from people with questions about the Irish recipes and, in March, appetizers are a particular favorite. People like to present a variety of finger foods for their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

St. Patrick's Day Greeting - Wearing of the Green Sheetmusic

Dia Dhuit (Hello),

First of all, I would like to thank those of our readers who made a donation to the relief efforts in Haiti. It was greatly appreciated.

Well, here we are in March already, and St. Patrick’s Day is on its way! I hope you are all brushing up on your Irish jigs and toasts for your upcoming celebrations. If you don’t have live entertainment planned, there is a large assortment of Irish party CD’s available at You may find some party ideas, including menus, at 'How to Throw an Irish Party', and all of your decorations at Don’t forget to check out our St. Patrick’s Day recipes page and the St. Patrick’s Day specials in our store.

Our new Facebook page is doing very well, and I’ve received several lovely compliments about it. Please visit the page to become a fan and keep up to date on new and interesting additions.

As you know, March is our busiest month for orders and when we receive the most traffic. Not only do we feature Irish food, but many other imported Irish products, such as Aran Knit Sweaters, Waterford Crystal and Belleek Porcelain. If you would like to tell some Irish stories to your friends, go to our Irish Culture and Customs page and have a look through the 'Myths and Legends' section. There are tales of the giant Finn MacCoul, the Fairies, the Phouka and the Leprechauns. There are several historical entries to choose from as well.

For everyone here at, I wish you all a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick's Day, Greetings
See you next month for Easter ... Sláinte!,


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