The Leprechaun is one of Ireland’s more famous characters from Irish folklore. They have become renowned all over the world. The mischievous Irish Leprechaun has…Read More
As the 18th century progressed, many members of the Ascendancy Government, in Ireland, began to resent England’s domination over the Kingdom of Ireland. Throughout the…
We are always told that a breakfast is the most important meal of the day and when you experience a typical traditional Irish breakfast you…
In Ireland, potato bread is also known as potato farl or potato cake. Potato bread can easily be homemade or purchased in packs for convenience….
By the late 1800’s Ireland was in a state of disarray. It already suffered a major famine that has a major impact on the Irish population….
In pre-Christian Ireland, the festival of Imbolc signaled the beginning of springtime, with longer and warmer days. The origins of Imbolc The word Imbolc is…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