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Irish Scones
Soda Bread
Corned Beef & Cabbage
Dublin Coddle
Roast Pork with Potatoes
Irish Beef Stew
Potato Irish Soup

Sunday, March 29th 2020

The old term meat and potatoes can apply to Irish cuisine. Although times have changed recently with many new influences from other countries and cultures, the heart of Irish cuisine is simple and filling.

A lot of people associates the foods of Ireland with potatoes, there were not actually introduced until the 17th century. However after they were planted they soon became the main staple in the Irish diet.

Meat such as pork, beef, and wild game also play a dominant role in various dishes. Many popular uses are in stews and sausages. Seafood on the other hand is not eaten as often, however, oysters, clams, salmon, and cod are quite common



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