Irish cuisine takes its influence from the crops grown and animals farmed in its temperate climate. The introduction of the potato in the second half of the sixteenth century heavily influenced cuisine thereafter. Irish beef is exported world-wide and renowned for its high quality.
As with all regional recipes every region or even family will have their own variations to this following information. Just ask the cookery clan at the Irish Society for more recipes.
Some traditional Irish foods:
Slaking the Irish Thirst
One brand that needs no introduction is of course Guinness, which is sold in a few places in town, most notably Finnegan’s and Scruffy Murphys.
Irish whiskey seems to now be garnering the respect it deserves in the industry and various bars offer good selections of Irish whiskies with at least Jameson’s and Bushmill’s being available.