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.
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.
Part II of our Irish Potatoes series on the greatest love story (n)ever told. Uncovering how this extraordinary plant-based diet(y) came to seize Irish life. Shaping the national psyche, exploding the population, and initiating the descent to doomsvillle..
Food fascists be gone! If it contains strawberries and mousse, it can be a 'strawberry mousse'! Besides, we’re not even sure what this Irish dessert is called. ‘Wexford Mousse’, maybe. Or just ‘Honey Mousse’. The recipe is as old as the hills and has just three ingredients...