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West Cork

Sunday morning, waking up.  Slight headache, perhaps that last one before bed was a touch much, but I hadn’t timed my Netflix to drink ratio properly.  785 more words

Colcannon Cakes with Poached Eggs and Hollandaise Sauce

 This dish would also be delicious served with a slice of baked ham or bacon if you have any leftover. Alternatively, chop up the ham or bacon and add to the colcannon mixture before shaping into patties. 430 more words


Succulent Red Wine Lamb Shanks with Squash and Walnut Stuffing and Colcannon Mash

Winter finally seems to have hit us (I actually de-frosted my car this week!) and therefore the is time more perfect to share with you a hearty, slow-cooked and deliciously belly-warming recipe. 448 more words


Irish Tatos

In looking for some traditional side dishes for Ireland I came across  many a times ways to make Colcannon.  In a nut shell its a mash potato side dish that I can’t believe I haven’t had earlier. 260 more words

Eating Through Europe

Dish Twenty: Ireland

OK, OK, I know what you’re thinking: we knew she couldn’t do it. The challenge was too difficult for her. Well, that’s where you’re wrong. Neither was I having a break for Christmas, although I did have one week off, accidentally. 925 more words

Colcannon...a Winter Staple

Well, maybe staple is too strong of a word. These days, nothing is really a staple.  I don’t know if I could even tell you the last five things I cooked.  376 more words


Bubble and squeak

My husband recently came across this at a restaurant. I thought he was talking classic American diner slang (ex: cluck and grunt, chicks on a raft, life preservers, etc.). 65 more words