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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Are Going Green For St. Patrick’s Day

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Eater National

Plus other food news to know today • St. Patrick’s Day often brings an unfortunate parade of dyed foods that have no business being green, but if there’s one unnaturally tinted item we could get behind, it’s icing. With that in mind...

8 Green Foods for St. Patrick’s Day We’d Actually Actually Want to Eat (PHOTOS)

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : The Stir By CafeMom: Food & Party

Post by Adriana Velez. You can have your corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day. For me the holiday means one thing: What foods can I dye green? I'm not talking already-green foods like broccoli and kale -- those are our ever...

5 Peculiar Ways to Turn Your Beer Green

Health : Time: Healthland

Dropping in green food coloring (with a dash of propylene glycol and parabens) won’t do your beer—or your health—any favors. But if you insist on drinking green beer this St. Patrick’s Day, consider these five natural—and truly pecu...

9 Green Foods No One Wanted for St. Patrick's Day

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Eater National

It's not easy being green For St. Patrick's Day, people tend to get a little out of hand with the color green. While it may seem like a good idea to dye anything and everything green on March 17, here is a roundup of green foods tha...

4 Naturally Green Dishes for St. Patrick's Day

Food & Drink / Cooking : Foodista

Festive St. Patrick's Day foods are usually tinted with food coloring to give them a bright emerald green hue.

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