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Grilled Honey Mustard Corned Beef with Colcannon

  Scranton, PA “had the Irish in” yesterday, featuring the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, corned beef, cabbage and sanctioned binge drinking.  Although Scranton is a mere 35 minutes from Honesdale, we chose not to attend the festivities, graciously ceding … Continue reading

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Colcannon

An interesting thing about the traditional American St. Patrick’s Day meal of corned beef and cabbage is that corned beef is not a traditional Irish food at all.  When they could get it the Irish ate bacon with their cabbage, beef … Continue reading

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The Bogeyman

The Irish food board, Bord Bia, is an organization that I follow on Facebook because of their fabulous recipes using homegrown Irish ingredients.  I have duplicated many of their recipes and they have always been good, a la Conor Bofin. … Continue reading

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I Promise Not to Eat Her

My new puppy🙂  I haven’t picked her up yet or named her.  I want to wait for 3 months when she has more confidence.  In these pictures she’s only 1 month 3 weeks.  She’s an Irish Terrier.  

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Irish Pork Pot Roast

I have lots of photos on my camera and can’t seem to catch up.  I guess I’ll begin at the beginning, before I left Stuttgart. This pot roast is a pretty good recipe inspired by the new cookbook my husband bought for … Continue reading

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Plat d’Etain: Bruno Has the “Irish” In

The French always surprise me with their intense enthusiasm for vacations and hobbies.  I once saw a group of French country western dancers performing on the promenade, boots, hats and all. They were good! Last night Bruno of the Plat d’Etain … Continue reading

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Magret de Canard with Walnut Oregano Dressing

On this last visit to France, I loaded up the cooler with good quality magret duck breasts. In addition, I stopped by Jean Louis’ stall and threw in some superior quality duck breasts from his farm.  A little more expensive, … Continue reading

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