Engage with a timeless, hearty stove top beef stew. Cook up a recipe that is not too far removed from the rustic deliciousness of days gone by. Because a true classic never fades. Nor fails to deliver.
Irish jokes primer, featuring classics from down the years, the latest jokes on the street, and some we've made up just for the craic.
This recipe shows the flexible nature of traditional Irish dishes. We may be shot for saying so, but Coddle is a kind of a 'makey-uppey' one-pot dish, aimed at using up whatever is on hand. The mainstays are: potatoes, sausages, bacon, and onions.
Part III of the series Irish Potatoes: The Spud in Irish Food Traditions. Taking a longer historical perspective, this part examines the power dynamic embedded in Irish potatoes. Because not so long ago, potatoes in Ireland meant power over human destinies...
Simple recipe for traditional Irish soup. What a belly warmer! This has to be the perfect comfort food. Because isn't life harder when it's cold outside? And so easy! Leeks, onions, some herbs..
Baking a Halloween Cake with character is just so enriching! Get all you need to know about the iconic Irish tea cake – the ANCIENT Halloween rituals, history and, of course, the original recipe... And if you'd care to have your fortune told, just consult The Cake!
Isn't it time you chomped on some simply scrumptious whole wheat Irish soda bread?! Taste the truest classic, brought to you by Jelena from Apple-Green.com. Foodies of the world unite!
Parlor game to be played when consuming Irish desserts and/or unable to stand the hypocrisy anymore. Ideal for Patrick's festivities, or any other Irish apple cake-eating occasion. Food fascists beware.
An Gorta Mór was a KEY turning point in modern Irish history. But did the dependence on Irish Potatoes really cause the tragedy? Understand THE FACTS of the Irish Famine.
Porter beer long ago couped your local. Ever wondered why? Read about the dark obsession consuming Irish hearts ever further. Guinness being but only one producer of an Irish dark beer with a long shadow.
TV cooking host and blogger David “Old Fat Guy” Farrell shares his experience of Irish cuisine. Bringing you two recipes – Homemade Irish Sausages & Potato Bread.
This traditional recipe is a true classic, yet so easy to make! Cinnamon and Lemon Zest combine to bring a harmonious, yet distinctly dual, soft sweetness and citrus zing.
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