When St Patrick arrived in Ireland it was a time before written records. Many stories of St Patrick were passed by word of mouth and…Read More
Following the civil war the Irish Free State was governed by the pro-treaty parties the largest of which was, Cumann na nGaedheal, from 1923 to…
May Day was considered important in the Irish calendar and dates as far back as pagan times. The day marks the coming of summer and…
Eaten hot or cold, spiced beef is traditionally served on St. Stephen’s Day (26th December) and is usually served decorated with holly and red ribbons….
Irish history in the 1800’s saw the introduction of the Act of Union after the Irish Rebellion of 1798 by the United Irishmen and Wolfe Tone.
In pre-Christian Ireland the festival of Imbloc signaled the beginning of spring time, with longer and warmer days. The origins of Imbolc The word Imbolc…Read More
This baked Salmon recipe is easy to make and tastes delicious. Baked Salmon may not originate from Ireland but it is considered a traditional Irish…Read More