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Burn’s Night Scottish Salmon with Neeps and Tatties

Burn’s Night Scottish Salmon with Neeps and Tatties

Scottish Salmon with Neeps and Tattie is perfect for a Burns Night Supper at home Tonight we celebrate Robert Burns, the Scottish poet also know as Rabbie Burns. He is regarded as the national poet of Scotland and celebrated tonight with a traditional meal of haggis,...

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Merry Christmas with an Irish Whiskey Cocktail

Merry Christmas with an Irish Whiskey Cocktail

Winter Solstice Fizz Christmas is only day's away and it's time to start planning your cocktail menu. I am excite to share my recipe for "winter Solstice Fizz" featured in my new cookbook "Return to Ireland". The recipe is part of 100 new recipes and the cookbook is...

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Thanksgiving Collard Greens Salad with Sweet Potatoes

Thanksgiving Collard Greens Salad with Sweet Potatoes

Wishing all my followers a Wonderful Thanksgiving. Enjoy this new and delicious recipe from my new Irish cookbook, available everywhere in the US today "Return to Ireland". Collard greens are in the same cabbage family as kale, and are a brilliant source of vitamin C....

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New Flavors in Historic Places

New Flavors in Historic Places

Dining at the Butler House in Kilkenny When you travel to Ireland one of the amazing things is the ability to enjoy delicious food in historic places. One of my favorite dining experiences this year was at the Butler House and Garden's in Kilkenny. When you walk along...

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Shamrock and Peach on the Huckabee Show

Shamrock and Peach on the Huckabee Show

Shamrock and Peach was a guest on the Huckabee Show keeping the celebration of St. Patrick's Day going on just a 'wee' bit longer. Governor Huckabee made me feel so welcome and gave me such a wonderful shoutout about my new upcoming cookbook "Return to Ireland" and my...

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Let Ireland be your ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow”

Let Ireland be your ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow”

This summer let Ireland be your 'somewhere over the rainbow'. This week all covid travel restrictions have been lifted to travel to Ireland. From March 6, 2022, travelers no longer need proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival....

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St. Brigid’s Oatmeal Soda Bread

St. Brigid’s Oatmeal Soda Bread

In Ireland February 1st is known as the first Day of Spring, Imbolc and St. Brigid's Day. There are many stories and culinary traditions associated with the Feast of St. Brigid. So in honor of the day, let me share an easy and delicious recipe with you for Irish...

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Kilts, Haggis and Burn’s Night

Kilts, Haggis and Burn’s Night

Burn's night suppers are held all across the world on Jan 25th to honor Scotland's legendary poet Robert Burns. A night to pull out the Tartan and gather with friends for an annual celebration. The poet is most known by the famous song we sing on New Year's Eve "Auld...

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