Have you ever found yourself confused by food menu’s in Ireland?
Throughout the centuries we have developed some rare and delectable recipes, where few things go to waste. To find out more about some odd Irish cuisine, read on.
Variety of wild blueberry used in desserts and for flavoring poitin.
Prime cuts of pork loin, lightly brined and smoked.
To ‘kipper’ a herring is to split it, bone it, lightly salt it, then smoke it. Usually eaten at breakfast.
An alcoholic drink made from fermented honey
Homemade distilled spirit, a practice which is illegal in Ireland. Made from a brew consisting mainly of barely, it has a distinctive dry and grainy flavor with a delicate aftertaste that becomes sweeter as it develops.
6. Porter Cake
A fruit cake in which the liquid used is porter (a light variety of stout).
7. Rowan berries
The berries of a rowan tree, also known as the mountain ash.
The fruit of the blackthorn tree which are suitable for preserves.
9. Soda Farl
A flat white soda bread, shaped into a round, cut into triangular quarters and baked on a griddle; farl is an old work for quarter.
10. Yall Man
Honeycombed toffee, a specialty of Ballycastle, County Antrim.
SOURCE: Biddy White Lennon (www.discoverireland.com)
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