6 Truly Traditional Irish Foods – FamilySearch January 31, 2021

I saw this on FamilySearch today – 6 Truly Traditional Irish Foods: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/traditional-irish-foods/. Somewhat long article, shortened it a bit to give some important points. This is about Irish foods. I included the titles for each food. You can learn more by reading about each one in the link above.

January 31, 2021 by Annelie Hansen

If you have Irish heritage—or even if you don’t—you’ve probably tried Irish food. Especially in the United States, Irish-themed parties and celebrations are common. But believe it or not, St. Patrick’s Day specialties, such as corned beef and cabbage or soda bread, are not as Irish as we may think. Both foods, due to immigration and some creative culinary changes, have Americanized versions that may be more common in the States than in Ireland.

Wondering what sort of Irish foods your ancestors enjoyed? Look no further. Here are six traditional Irish foods directly from Ireland itself.

Shellfish: A Traditional Irish Food Staple

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Irish Stew: Simple and Savory

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Boxty: A Traditional Irish Meal

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Colcannon: Irish Mashed Potatoes

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Barmbrack: An Irish Sweetbread

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Coddle: An Irish Way to Use Leftovers

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https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/traditional-irish-foods/

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