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Which Irish dish is your favorite?

Which Irish dish is your favorite?

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Hey guys,

For me, there is nothing better than a wholesome bowl of Irish stew. Which Irish dish is your favorite? Which dish would you like to try?

Posted Fri 23 Jun 2017 4:02 PM
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The ultimate surf & turf....delicious locally sourced farm to fork beef steak and Dublin Bay Prawns paired with buttery mash made with Kerrygold butter and the ultimate spud - Ballycotton queens potatoes - known locally as "balls of flour". Mmmmmm!
Our temperate climate means our grass is super green, so the cows grazing on it provide rich yellow creamy butter and unbelievably succulent beef. So delicious!

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I'd like to try all of the authentic snacks, treats.. some old fashioned Irish Stew... I see people trying Irish food on YouTube a lot and it all looks good.
Posted Mon 26 Jun 2017 8:06 PM
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You'd love our crisps Kathleen (chips) so delicious! "Taytos" are the most popular brand - we even have a theme park dedicated to them!!
Our chocolate is very creamy and melty, really gorgeous. If you are planning a visit you should try to have an authentic treat a day while you are here! We have lovely desserts too, with lots of fresh whipped cream - honestly, so decadent and tasty!
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Yumm, this thread is making me hungry! Ireland has become such a foodie paradise in the last many years, it's hard to choose just one dish. I would have to say Boxty (Irish potato pancakes) are my favorite. There are a few different types, and I absolutely adore them all! :)
Posted Wed 28 Jun 2017 9:42 PM
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Yummy!  This is making me very hungry - I think I know what I will be making for dinner tonight, Irish Stew!  It would definitely be one of my favourites.  I would be interested in finding out if others have any particular Irish Stew recipes.
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My personal favourite from our own Menu here at Kinnitty Castle is the Seafood Chowder with Homemade Brown Bread; nothing better on a blustery wet day (and we get plenty of those!).

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Hi Darren,

Irish Stew and the Ulster Fry would be our top picks:

Irish Stew recipe - https://www.discovernorthernireland.com/things-to-do/food-and-drink/traditional-northern-ireland-recipes/irish-stew/
Ulster Fry - https://www.discovernorthernireland.com/things-to-do/food-and-drink/traditional-northern-ireland-recipes/the-ulster-fry/

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If I have to choose just one, it would be Irish Steak and Stout pie, or Guinness pie as I've seen it called in some places. Yummy!
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Irish Beef,Irish Bacon,Irish breakfast and a pint of Murphy's i love it! Can some one tell me please how i can ghet Irish Eggs in a small town Goes The Netherlands?



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