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.
Spectacularly simple recipes for Samhain bannocks. Baked up just like the ancient Celts did them all those millennia ago. Oats, salt, water, fire: DONE! Can't you just taste the heritage? Go on, Sink your fangs into these steaming beauties.
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!
Traditional bannock recipe for the Celtic harvest festival. This Lúnasa bannock is an easy quick bread you can whip up in no time at all. Plus it's a surprisingly tasty affair. A joy to make for even the most novice of bakers. Let's honor the Ancients!
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.
Onions meant a lot to Europe's poor, in the past. This traditional recipe is testament to those (not too) distant days. Irish dishes don’t come simpler, or cheaper.
It’s always a good time for another round of pagan rituals! The final major Celtic festival of the year is Samhain. Or what the wider world knows as 'Halloween’ (from All Hallows’ Eve). But what exactly is the connection?
Uncover the original Samhain rituals, all those ancient Irish food traditions. Buried beneath the wheels of time for millennia. Because surely it's time to enjoy them again?
The first in a series of articles exploring all aspects of the Irish love affair with potatoes. Discover in Part I how the potato came to Ireland in the first place. And how initially it was only meant for animal consumption.
Traditional Halloween food has officially been resurrected! Fancy uncovering these Celtic recipes & rituals from the distant past? Don't just do Halloween food, make the ANCIENT versions!