Celtic Festival: Lúnasa Every Celtic festival is rooted in the land. But the most deeply embedded has to be that taking place at the start of August.
Irish Bacon – Tradition Running Deep The local love for Irish bacon is not just about taste, it’s far more deep-rooted than that. Pork now accounts for
Recipe for Dublin Coddle This recipe for Dublin coddle shows again the flexible nature of many Irish dishes. We may well be shot for saying so, but
Cooking Liver: Offal Meat’s Nutrition Benefits There was a once-upon-a-time when cooking liver was the done thing. But we’re not talking back in the days of St.
Romanian Food: Folk Culture at Heart Always hot on the trail of folk culture and traditional cuisine, Irish Buzz takes a trip into the world of Romanian
Liver and Onions Liver and onions is as deliciously old-fashioned as it gets, and in truth is simply straight-up farmer firepower. Fried up for your pleasure and
Spiked Eggnog Recipe This spiked eggnog recipe has to be one of the most delicious concoctions we’ve ever stumbled into. These are truly original and delightfully bizarre
Patrick’s Secret Recipe? The first thing you need to know about the Irish-Anglo prison now rebranded as Australia is the all-conquering bar of deliciousness that is the
Potatoes from Ireland:Sealed with a Kiss This is the second in the series of articles Irish Potatoes: The Spud in Irish Food Traditions exploring the Irish love
Folk Culture: Preserving Irish Food Traditions Folk culture can teach us much about life and this human voyage we’re all on. What it is to eat, drink,