How To Make Green Eggs For St. Patrick's Day
Margie Coakley of Coakley's Pub in Havre de Grace shared how she makes breakfast.
Coakley's Pub started St. Patrick's Day early Saturday morning with its annual Green Eggs and Kegs breakfast.
The kegs part is pretty self-explanatory.
But how do you do green fried eggs?
"You just turned the butter green and then you cook the egg," Margie Coakley said. "Yeah, they're pretty green."
Green food coloring does the trick, she said.
She said the Irish pub and restaurant also does green scrambled eggs to go along with ham, scrapple, sausage, toast and sausage gravy for its St. Patrick's Day breakfast.
The party didn't end Saturday. Coakley's will continue St. Patrick's Day on Sunday, including a bag piper.
The menu features corned beef and cabbage, Sheppard's Pie, Irish car bombs, Guinness stew and more.
Oh, and those kegs—Coakley said she special ordered seven of them carrying only Guinness.
Happy St. Patrick's Day.
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