Covering any and all aspects of Irish cuisine, including recipes, preparation and serving tips, and the ever-evolving history of authentic Irish fare
Latest Activity: May 20
Welcome to "The Irish Kitchen," a group dedicated to the celebration and expansion of traditional Irish cuisine Glad to have you aboard. This is the place to come for legit Irish recipes, culinary history, preparation / serving tips, etc. We're going to try to keep things as authentic as possible around here. We'll leave the corned beef & cabbage (which almost nobody here in Ireland knows anything about) for Paddy's Day. That being said, food and beverage in modern Ireland have enjoyed a period of sustained innovation over the past two decades or so, and we want to reflect that here as well.
If you have a great Irish recipe you've tried and would like to share, please do. If you have one you'd like to try and want to share, please do. Any time you try a recipe you've found here, please come back at some point and give us your impressions, and any suggestions you have that might improve the recipe.
Thanks, everyone ... this should be fun!
Both the English and the Irish love this sweet, which is actually more like a cake than a pudding. The beauty of it is that it can be made in…Continue
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, and…Continue
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 a Victorian tea catering business and over the years I developed many of my own recipes. As a writer of…Continue
.This lovely sweet is an Irish version of a classic French dessert, Normandy TartIt is best served warm with Whipped Cream or a French vanilla…Continue
Bread & Butter Pudding was one of the many loved desserts of my childhood. My grandmother would butter the bread, add dried fruit, cover…Continue