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Irish pub like Matt Kane's?

by conniemcd 5 years ago

Anyone remember Matt Kane's from many years ago? We always like to visit Irish pubs. Matt Kane's had a really Iris...


rmksdk commented 8 days ago

Irish Breakfast

by Raven1723 6 months ago

Our favorite Sunnyside diner was closed by the board of health and we're coming in next week and on the lookout for a...


small h commented 6 months ago

Irish vs. Jewish Corned Beef

by mr mouther 12 years ago

Anyone know the particular differences between Irish and Jewish corned beef? I've been thinking about this subject f...


mcel215 commented 6 months ago

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St Michael's Celtic Festival, today till 7pm, Santa Rosa

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by Melanie Wong 7 months ago

Took a wrong turn then noticed the festival sign here. Open till 7pm under the redwoods. Pasty is very good. Love the...

What kind of cookie to serve with Irish Coffee?

by blue room 6 years ago

I'd prefer not a cake or sweet bread, but a cookie. Anything traditional?


gracbrown commented 9 months ago

Irish Cookbook Recommendations?

by HabaneroLady 2 years ago

I'm Irish-American, but you'd never know it from my cooking. I'd like a good cookbook covering traditional Irish cui...


janniecooks commented 9 months ago

Irish soda bread from Harvest Restaurant

by EllenMM 6 years ago

Years ago, Harvest Restaurant in Cambridge, MA served an amazing soda bread with currants as part of their bread bask...


emily commented 1 year ago

Murphy's Irish Stout in Calgary, Alberta??

by Dawnerson 7 years ago

Hi everyone...I have been told about this beer by a friend of mine from the UK, she says that "Murphy's Irish Stout" ...


akilghosh commented 1 year ago

Irish Soda Bread... pre-make the dough...

by dancingmo 2 years ago

I am going to make a bunch of my favorite loaves of Irish Soda Bread (about 8 of them). Can I make the dough FIRST? ...


dancingmo commented 2 years ago

McCann's Irish Steel Cut Oats for One?

by westside 13 years ago

After developing something of a habit of starting my day with a bowl of cinnamon laced oatmeal, I decided to do a bit...


lrphillips commented 2 years ago

Best whiskey for an Irish Cream?

by nooodles 13 years ago

I have limited knowledge of whiskey. What I have had, ironically enough, is fairly pricey single malt scotch like Ard...


OpheliaMelinda commented 2 years ago

Irish Bars

by curiousgeo 2 years ago

Thinking of meeting up with my cousin one evening after work for a beer and a simple (but hopefully tasty) meal. Look...


sugartoof commented 2 years ago

Free Irish breakfast Bloomsday event at Bloom's Tavern

by ratgirlagogo 2 years ago

Fun on Bloomsday! This bar has good food, and you can't beat free. Plus you should grab the chance to meet Malachy Mc...


TheDescendedLefticleOfAramis commented 2 years ago

Irish coarse ground wholemeal flour

by dac1 9 years ago

Does anyone know where to find Irish coarse ground wholemeal flour (e.g. Odlums) in the Portland area? It's a mus...


MacGuffin commented 2 years ago

Places to find back (British) bacon now that Fresh n' Easy is gone?

by walkie74 3 years ago

So last year, I made an awesome St. Patrick's Day dinner of cabbage and back bacon. Fresh n' Easy had the bacon, call...


Sablehart commented 3 years ago

Best Irish breakfast in Boston

by Lindy 13 years ago

Hi there, just wanted to see if anyone knows a really good spot for a full Irish breakfast this Sunday - it is my hub...


5thAndNowhere commented 3 years ago

Bailey's Irish Cream has solidified - can it be salvaged for baking?

by subrosa39 6 years ago

I tried to pour some Bailey's Irish Cream but it had separated into chunks. All that was left in the bottle was soli...


sdcinvan commented 3 years ago

More odd cheese names

by DonShirer 3 years ago

I'm a sucker for cheeses with funny names, as I've noted before. Maybe too much so, since I've tried the first three ...


grayelf commented 3 years ago

Irish Bangers

by somethin_gd 3 years ago

Does anyone know where I can buy authentic Irish Bangers locally (Dracut, MA) or online?


donlan commented 3 years ago

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