Use to stuff poultry or rolled pork.
Barm brack is a classic old Irish spiced cake / bread recipe.
This is a simple beef stew with an incredible sauce. We often turn it into a pie by covering the cooked stew with a pastry crust and baking a bit.
This is beef braised in beer. A good cold weather dish that is lovely with mashed potato and cabbage.
The name of the drink “Black and Tan” comes from the colours of the uniforms of the British troops in Ireland before creation of the Republic.
Boxty is a traditional potato dish in Ireland at any time of year, but particularly at Hallowe’en.
These flavours are fantastic together. Nice with mash.
Champ is a traditional Irish mashed potato side dish. It is served piping hot in mounds on plates.
Traditionally eaten in Ireland at Hallowe’en. People used to hide a prize in the Colcannon: a gold ring meant marriage within the year, a sixpence meant wealth, a thimble for the women meant they wouldn’t be married and a button meant the same for the men.
The upside of this cake is that it’s a make-ahead cake. That’s also the downside — don’t plan on serving it a few hours from now.
This is an all in one dish. You can serve it in a bowl.
The juniper-berries make a change from the standard-issue cloves. And what’s not to like about a gin-soaked main course?
This is a classic Irish bread recipe. It is best served warm, or toasted.
A classic English potato dish.
This recipe is as tasty as its name implies.