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    I wanted to go to sleep and I've started to feel hungry,so i was just wondering which is the traditional Irish food!There is any?I love to try new things and i've spend a while in Ireland but i've never heard anything about this and i would really like to find out and try your traditional cuisine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJessy View Post
    I wanted to go to sleep and I've started to feel hungry,so i was just wondering which is the traditional Irish food!There is any?
    Irish Stew?



    Sea foods, though not necessarily Irish as it is also done right across the globe, but defo part of the traditional Irish diet.



    As most parts of Northern Europe, meat and potatoes in some form or another.

    Oh and perhaps not entirely suited to a night snack though.
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    The Irish Stew.........what kind of meat contains?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJessy View Post
    The Irish Stew.........what kind of meat contains?
    Normally lamb or mutton. A little more about the history of Irish Stew here Irish Stew History.

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    Jam on toast.


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    bacon cabbage and floury spuds with a big knob of butter for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJessy View Post
    The Irish Stew.........what kind of meat contains?
    Traditional Irish Stew Recipe

    Traditional Irish Breakfast

    Potatoe ,bacon and cabbage is another.

    sincerely,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mademoiselle Avenante View Post
    God bless Irish stew, Dublin coddle, seafood, fish, etc... As soon as the weather stops being so nice, I'll spend my mornings cooking tons of these lovely things, store them in the freezer, heat them in the evening and enjoy them with a nice glass of wine, warm slippers, a good film and a chimney fire. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....
    I love the seafood diet.

    if i see it ,ill eat it,
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    Could somebody recommend me a good restaurant with seafood in Dublin?

    What i enjoy cooking and eating is rabbit,cooked in the oven,with wine,but the problem is i couldn't found rabbit here in any shop.Anybody knows if there is any place where i can find?

    Thanks for all your answers!

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    Ooooo and i must say that Ireland is one of the best countries for butter.Butter is just great here!

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