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Irish Coffee

Rumor has it that Irish coffee was first served in the bars on San Francisco’s wharves. Whether this is true or not, the practice of a li...

by Christopher Idone


Finnan Haddie with Spinach and Pancetta

Some stores carry this deeply smoked fish for a quick supper.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Grouse with Garlic Cream Sauce

Young grouse are the best for roasting. Serve one per person. Good with roasted cherry tomatoes and mashed potatoes.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Irish Stew

There are many versions of this dish, all of which are based on lamb and potatoes. This one is a hearty casserole. Good with a fresh gree...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Barm Brack

This Irish fruit bread is sometimes served for Halloween with little charms baked inside, which are supposed to forecast your luck for th...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Irish Soda Bread

A true quick bread that requires no yeast, this loaf gets its tender crumb from buttermilk. Good with a bowl of hot soup or with a wedge ...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Celtic Lamb and Barley Soup

1. Cover the barley with cold water, bring to a boil, and strain. Trim the lamb of excess fat and place in a pot with 3 quarts water,...

by Antony Worrall Thompson

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White Soda Bread

This soda bread is afar cry from the crumbly, dry offerings celiacs considered to be bread in the past! If you make a loaf especially for...

by Darina Allen and Rosemary Kearney


Corned Beef with Potatoes, Onions, and Cabbage

I have always loved corned beef, even the canned version I tasted in France at the end of the Second World War, when we occasionally got ...

by Jacques Pepin


Corned Beef and Cabbage

Our corned beef and cabbage is too luscious to consider as just another weeknight meal. We love to present it on an antique blue and whit...

by Sheila Lukins and Julee Rosso

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