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IRISH BREAKFAST

All full Irish breakfasts include some or all of the following: Bacon, sausages, baked beans, eggs, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, and perhaps some cooked leftover potatoes made into a hash or a bubble and squeak. There will also be toast, butter, marmalade, and lots of tea to drink.

IRISH STEW

Traditional Irish stew originated in Ireland and was made with lamb (or mutton) and root vegetables. Recipes vary by chef and region, but basic ingredients in an Irish stew include the meat, along with potatoes, onions and parsley. Some versions also use carrots, turnips, or barley.

GUINESS PIE

Beef Pot Pie with Guinness. This beef and Guinness pie is essentially traditional Irish beef stew filled with onions, carrots, celery, garlic, beef broth, and herbs, all topped with some lovely and simple store-bought puff pastry. Simple, delicious, and marvelously hearty.

GUR CAKE

The filling is a dark brown paste, containing a mixture of cake/bread crumbs, dried fruits (sultana raisins etc.), and a sweetener/binder. It has traditionally been a cheap confection, made from bakery leftovers. Its name is thought to be a contraction of "gurrier cake".

BOXTY

Boxty is a traditional Irish potato pancake and comes from the Irish arán bocht tí which translates as “poorhouse bread,” though it may also come from the word bácús, meaning “bakehouse.” It's made with a combination of raw grated potato and cooked mashed potatoes.

ROASTED SALMON

This Irish Roasted Salmon recipe has a fantastic combination of ingredients: honey, lemon juice, lemon zest, fresh thyme and a bit of....yes, Irish whiskey! A long, slow marinade helps the salmon to soak up all the delicious flavors. The marinade comes together quickly and all that's left is a short roast in a hot oven.

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Famous Pubs & Bars in Ireland

Michael Flannery’s Pub, Limerick City
Matt Molloy’s, Westport Town
The Brazen Head, Dublin City
The Temple Bar, Dublin
Mutton Lane Inn, Cork
The Stag’s Head, Dublin
Tigh Neachtain’s, Galway
Michael Flannery’s Pub, Limerick City
Matt Molloy’s, Westport Town
The Brazen Head, Dublin City
The Temple Bar, Dublin
Mutton Lane Inn, Cork
The Stag’s Head, Dublin
Tigh Neachtain’s, Galway

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