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Irish heritage extends to the kitchen

 

Last updated 3/10/2018 at 11:14pm

Cabbage, root vegetables and potatoes are common components of Irish cooking.

FALLBROOK – Although not necessarily known for its cuisine, Ireland does boast many delicious dishes that have withstood the test of time. Sampling some of these hearty and delicious dishes may not require a trip overseas, especially for people who live in communities with a heavy Irish influence. Many eateries and chefs are rediscovering Ireland's culinary heritage through their menus.

Irish stew: Irish stew is the ultimate in one-pot cooking. Traditionally made with mutton, Irish stew is stewed for hours until tender. Potatoes, onions and carrots may be added to the pot. Today, Irish s...



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