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A coarse large-leaf cabbage with a curly crinkled appearance, kale is the cultivated variety of the wild cabbage native to the Mediterranean, and rich in minerals and vitamins. 585 more words


Healthier mashed potatoes.

Silence Dogood here. Who doesn’t love mashed potatoes? Here at Hawk’s Haven, we make ours with Yukon Gold potatoes, then mash them with lots of butter and add half-and-half, salt (we like Real Salt or Trocomare, herbed salt) and fresh-cracked black pepper. 444 more words


Bean bonanza and mouthwatering mash!

I try as best I can to eat seasonal veg it’s seasonal for a reason and aside from tasting wonderful it just mirrors the feeling of whatever time of year it may be. 464 more words


Shepherd's Pie with Colcannon Mash

This is a great dish to use up leftover roast lamb from a Sunday roast. I often cook a little extra when making a lamb roast to give me enough for this dish later in the week. 460 more words

British & American

A taste of home | Barnbrack [Recipe]

I longed for a taste of home. Something simple, wholesome, comforting – something my mother used to make. Halloween was coming and I longed for a bowl of colcannon, that dreamy combination of creamy mashed potato and deep green curly kale. 1,155 more words


“Did you ever eat Colcannon, made from lovely pickled cream?
With the greens and scallions mingled like a picture in a dream.
Did you ever make a hole on top to hold the melting flake…

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Food And Drink

Ham and Brussels Sprouts Colcannon Cakes

Being knee-deep in Thanksgiving leftovers still, I decided to incorporate some leftover ham into an idea I’ve done before, Irish Colcannon. Normally a cabbage and mashed potato dish, I added the saltiness of cubed baked ham and instead of cabbage, I used its baby cousin, the Brussels sprout. 547 more words