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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Next Week: 18 Reasons Celebrates Wearing O' the Green ― on Cheese

Posted By on Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 9:14 AM

click to enlarge Stinging nettles are sort of the equivalent of those green boxers you bust out every St. Patrick's Day. - COWGIRL CREAMERY
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  • Stinging nettles are sort of the equivalent of those green boxers you bust out every St. Patrick's Day.
We're alway's looking for a good St. Pat's bash. No, we don't mean glugging pints of dyed lager until our liver turns a bright chartreuse. Most evenings, we do that anyway ― without food coloring or a bastardized feast day to honor. We're more excited about the 2010 spring release of Cowgirl Creamery's St. Pat cheese. We're thinking of celebrating it at 18 Reasons next Thursday. You can wear green (so long as you don't pinch us for taking a pass) but be prepared to focus on whole milk from the Chileno Valley Jersey Dairy and those lovely wild nettles that swath each gooey round, not booze. St. Paddy's Day, after all, falls six days later. You'll have plenty of time to make that party. Details after the jump.

Event details:

18th Hour: St. Pat's Release Party with Cowgirl Creamery

Date: Thurs., March 11, 7-9 p.m.

Location: 18 Reasons, 593 Guerrero (at 18th St.)

Cost: Suggested donation of $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers

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