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Boxty (bacstaí or arán bocht tí "poor-house bread") is a traditional Irish potato pancake.  The dish is mostly associated with the north mi…

Started by Ryan O'Rourke

3 Mar 6, 2014
Reply by Mary Collins Dolan

Brown Irish Soda Bread & Smoked Salmon

Our team at the Irish store have taken to the kitchen all week in a series of Irish cooking videos. Here's an all time Irish favourite; Bro…

Started by The Irish Store

0 Mar 5, 2014

Traditional Bacon & Cabbage

This is possibly the most Irish of all dinners, and definitely one to opt for instead of corned beef and cabbage (which is scarcely known…

Started by Ryan O'Rourke

0 Mar 3, 2014

Guinness Applesauce Bars with Lemon Drizzle

No one was more surprised than I to learn that desserts could be made with Irish stouts, beers, and ales. Drinking them was a no-brainer,…

Started by Margaret M. Johnson

2 Feb 24, 2014
Reply by Margaret M. Johnson

Norah's Dream Scones

This is a recipe from a collection of dessert recipes and essays in my book, Pavlova in a Hat Box, Sweet Memories and Desserts. I once had…

Started by Cynthia Neale

1 Feb 22, 2014
Reply by Gerry Regan

Brady's Celtic Honey Apple Tart

. This lovely sweet is an Irish version of a classic French dessert, Normandy Tart It is best served warm with Whipped Cream or a French v…

Started by Ruthie Colcombe

1 Feb 16, 2014
Reply by Ryan O'Rourke

Rich Chocolate Bread & Butter Pudding with Irish Cream Sauce

Bread & Butter Pudding was one of the many loved desserts of my childhood. My grandmother would butter the bread, add dried fruit, cov…

Started by Ruthie Colcombe

1 Feb 1, 2014
Reply by Kerry J Stevenson

Irish-American Eggnog

Eggnog is most definitely not a known commodity in Ireland. It may have originated in England, but this delightful holiday beverage shows…

Started by Ryan O'Rourke

5 Jan 24, 2014
Reply by Jim Bartz

'Did You Ever Eat Colcannon ... ?'

"Did you ever eat Colcannon, made from lovely pickled cream?With the greens and scallions mingled like a picture in a dream.Did you ever m…

Started by Ryan O'Rourke

4 Jan 5, 2014
Reply by Marian Deady

Adding Something Irish to Your Christmas Dinner

I blogged about this on the Irish Fireside. Would love to have you comment. Christmas Dinner Irish Style

Started by Cindy Thomson

0 Dec 18, 2013


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