Calling out the Irish

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Calling out the Irish

Postby Lizard Lad » Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:45 pm

Hellion. Not to put you on the spot, but I was wondering if you have some down home Irish Recipes. If not fine, but I was wondering. My heritage a long time ago is back to Ireland, but so long ago and fient that no good ole Irish cooking survived.

There are plenty of american versions of them, but not much I feel is true.

I was wondering if you had some thoughts, or pointers for true traditional meals from the ole country.
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Postby MentalFloss » Wed Aug 01, 2007 2:12 pm

You know I think that's something San Francisco may be missing for foodies like me . . . Irish and Scottish foods . . . Northern Europe in general is hard to come by here. French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Moroccan, Turkish . . no problem . . . but it's a pain in the butt to find a good bowl of borsch in this city. and I LOVE borsch.

But the Haggis can stay in Scotland. Bleh. lol
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Postby The Hellion » Thu Aug 02, 2007 1:11 am

Haggis isn't so bad

Most of the foods are stews and preserves, I don't like coddle which is an old dublin mean, rhubarb tarts and apple tarts are pretty much the usual desserts

I'll see what I can do
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