Are you ready to party? It's the beginning of the month, so that means more of those 401 Party and Holiday Ideas (Conny von Hagen, 1971) from our friends in all things aluminum, Alcoa.
Of course St. Patrick's Day is in March, and this book has a few recommendations:
The best part of the St. Patrick's Day collection is probably this guy:
Is it just me, or are the directions only slightly more detailed than "Crush aluminum foil over a wire-stick figure until it looks leprechaun-y, then glue whatever you have lying around the house onto it for details and clothing"?
This book also offers Purim ideas for March. I will admit I know nothing about Purim...
...but based on Alcoa's depiction, I'm guessing that it's a celebration of the time some royalty pissed off a really hairy guy by discussing that weird foil crown full of apples without him.
There are no particularly scary recipes for March, so I'll leave you with the recipe for Hamantaschen:
Happy March! And if you do have important giant-headgear-full-of-fruit news, please keep me in the loop! I am so upset when I miss out.