Mairead Geary came to America for one year 20 years ago. She now lives with her husband and children in Kentucky and is proud to be an American citizen.
Do the Irish simply turn to their creativity rather than pick apart their own psyche?
For Irish people the word “turf” conjures up dreams of lapping flames, and the distinctive smells of a turf fire.
Stinging nettles are the equivalent to North American poison ivy but we do have magical dock leaves.
This may not be gourmet food, but in Ireland chip shops make gallons of curry sauce to satisfy their hungry customers and here's how to make it at home.
The infamous Irish midge – something in the air every tourist in Ireland should know about.
Also known as a rutabaga, this traditional Irish veg can be a handful to prepare.
Sets sail over the foaming ocean, take the high road across taut ropes, visit some of Ireland’s most remote destinations.
Some are heartwarming, some witty but all sincerely express wishes of love and happiness for the lucky couple.
Cod fish cakes may be simple, but are ever so tasty and a great way to use up leftover potatoes.
An easy cinnamon raisin bread pudding straight from an Irish American Mom.