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2014-10-01 17:00
Stampy is a traditional name for one of the many Irish potato breads. The recipe below calls for the bread to be baked in the oven. Traditional, Stampy would have been either a griddle bread… Read More
2014-10-01 16:26
Irish boxty is generally made in October or Samhain - It is a Halloween tradition!The word boxty is from the Irish "Bacstai" that refers to the traditional method of grilling over an open fi… Read More
2014-10-01 15:21
Many of the summer Irish gardens as well as the gardens in the Delaware and Brandywine Valleys are starting to end. There are cucumbers galore that are being turned into pickles, relishes an… Read More
2014-09-18 13:02
The fall cool air bring out an abundance of soup recipes. Here in the Brandywine Valley where there is a great community of Scotch-Irish, this broth or soup is a favorite dish for late night… Read More
2014-09-17 13:02
The richest harvest in Ireland as in many other countries, arrives in the autumn. The hedgerow fruits , hazelnuts and walnuts, field mushrooms and blueberries began the harvest. Traditionall… Read More
2014-09-16 13:01
Cocktails are a big hit all over the world. Creating a whiskey cocktail is a fun to kick-start any party. The Irish whiskey makes a good foundation for four favorite cocktails; The Jameson h… Read More
2014-09-15 13:18
What emerges through time is that, while the Irish are always ready and willing to take what they like and make it their own, they rarely abandon a favorite food. Still deeply ingrained is a… Read More
2014-09-12 13:31
Pan Haggerty is a famous British food from Northumberland, though it can be found across the whole of the north east and most of England and Northern Ireland. Pan Haggerty is a filling dish… Read More
2014-09-11 13:32
A good Irish Champ looks similar to Colcannon, but champ is native to Northern Ireland. It is made with a blending of scallions or green onions with a creamy mashed potato and topped with cr… Read More
2014-09-10 14:01
Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish mainly consisting of mashed potatoes with kale or cabbage. There are many regional variations of this dish. This one a favorite in the Brandywine valley… Read More

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