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Old 03-05-2017, 05:31 AM   #1
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Now that St. Patrick's Day is around the corner I would like to know if anyone has tried traditional Irish cuisine before? My favorite Irish food is corned beef and it is so good to eat by itself and with a good spoonful of potatoes and my second thing to do with corned beef is to have it in a sandwich on a King's Hawaiian Roll
What's your favorite Irish Cuisine?
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Being Irish-American, yes I have tried traditional Irish cuisines; my favorite is Colcannon with kale (instead of cabbage). Colcannon is very easy to make and is quite delicious, and perfect with a corned beef dish.


Here is a link to a recipe for making Colcannon

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Have you ever had Irish bacon Hollywood Rock Chic? I have been curious about it and have never had it before. Does Irish bacon taste really delicious?
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Have you ever had Irish bacon Hollywood Rock Chic? I have been curious about it and have never had it before. Does Irish bacon taste really delicious?
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To me it tastes the same, the differences are the size, and Irish bacon tends not to be as "crispy" as its American counterpart. It is like having fried sliced ham. If you have any Irish pubs (that caters traditional Irish dishes) and ask for a "typical" Irish breakfast, or just go to you local grocer and ask if they sell British/Irish rashers.
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Being Irish-American, yes I have tried traditional Irish cuisines; my favorite is Colcannon with kale (instead of cabbage). Colcannon is very easy to make and is quite delicious, and perfect with a corned beef dish.


Here is a link to a recipe for making Colcannon

http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/colcannon

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Kale is so good for you! Very high in Vitamins A and K ! I've recently started getting in to it. Adding to my salad! I find it really tasty!
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To me it tastes the same, the differences are the size, and Irish bacon tends not to be as "crispy" as its American counterpart. It is like having fried sliced ham. If you have any Irish pubs (that caters traditional Irish dishes) and ask for a "typical" Irish breakfast, or just go to you local grocer and ask if they sell British/Irish rashers.


That type of bacon seems to be the norm all over Europe. I had no idea until I ordered it at multiple places. I'm not a fan of it at all so I learned that it's no bacon when overseas.
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I'm not Irish but I love Corned beef and cabbage with boiled potatoes.
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Being Irish-American, yes I have tried traditional Irish cuisines; my favorite is Colcannon with kale (instead of cabbage). Colcannon is very easy to make and is quite delicious, and perfect with a corned beef dish.


Here is a link to a recipe for making Colcannon

http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/colcannon

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Colcannon sounds pretty amazing Hollywood Rock Chic. I had never even heard of it but my mom has an Irish cookbook with dozens of Irish recipes. We haven't tried any of the recipes in the book but the food is great
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Colcannon sounds pretty amazing Hollywood Rock Chic. I had never even heard of it but my mom has an Irish cookbook with dozens of Irish recipes. We haven't tried any of the recipes in the book but the food is great
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I highly recommend it, it is delicious and a simple to make dish
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That type of bacon seems to be the norm all over Europe. I had no idea until I ordered it at multiple places. I'm not a fan of it at all so I learned that it's no bacon when overseas.


I actually like both American and Irish bacon, which I guess is very similar to Canadian variety.
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I'm not Irish but I love Corned beef and cabbage with boiled potatoes.


I love corned beef and cabbage too. I am looking forward to eating some for St. Patrick's Day
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Kale is so good for you! Very high in Vitamins A and K ! I've recently started getting in to it. Adding to my salad! I find it really tasty!


I agree Kale is very tasty
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When I was learning about Ireland and St. Patrick's Day at school I had to make Irish soda bread and it was good and then we had corned beef for lunch and it was great. Do you also like Irish soda bread too?
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