Halloween is upon us, time for some fun and frivolity with the kids.
In Ireland, almost every home will have a lighted pumpkin lantern outside the door at Halloween.
The capital of Ireland has its own food speciality. Dublin Coddle is the sort of warming family grub you just love to eat.
There is nothing better to get Irish food enthusiasts going than a conversation on Irish Stew!
Boxty is so famous in the northern counties of Sligo, Donegal and southern Ulster that it had a poem written about it! Boxty on the griddle/Boxty in the pan/If you can’t make
Northern Ireland boasts its own version of the Full Irish.
Visitors to Ireland’s homely B&B’s, gentile guesthouses and swanky hotels start the day with The Full Irish Breakfast. It’s main component of fried home produced bacon, sau
In County Waterford, the Waterford Blaa is loved by all. This soft roll dates back to the times of the Huguenots of the 17th Century. It’s said in Waterford city that there is
In the days before refrigeration, meat was preserved the old fashioned way, with salt or spices. As a result, many traditional dishes have been born.
Cork city was the thriving hub of the meat export industry for many centuries. Beef and pork were huge trading commodities.