Duhallow Cheese and Grits Souffle

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Duhallow Cheese and Grits Souffle
Duhallow—a buttery, creamy new semi-soft farmhouse cheese out of County Cork Ireland—is added to tender grits and baked to create a mouthwatering soufflè—all you need for a wholesome lunch.

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Steak and kidney pie

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Quick and Easy Puff Pastry
When Irish chef Cathal Armstrong wants to put a special touch on his traditional pub fare—from bowls of steak and kidney pie (as pictured here) to a Bakewell tart—he works in this homespun, delectable version of crisp, flaky puffed pastry.

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Luck of the Irish Soup

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Luck of the Irish Soup: Pass the Soda Bread Scones!
Aine McAteer's Luck of the Irish Soup combines two soup recipes in one, resulting in delicious flavor and lovely colors representative of the Emerald Isle. Serve with warm buttered Soda Bread scones.

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Dublin Bay Prawn Bisque

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Dublin Bay Prawn Bisque
Creamy and spicy, this update on the classic Irish soup will impress any foodie and is hearty enough to be a meal in itself.

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Fish and Chips

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Fish and Chips
Perhaps the most ubiquitous of all UK comfort foods, crisp, tender fish and chips are traditionally accompanied by sea salt and vinegar.

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Braised Lamb Shoulder with Root Vegetables

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Braised Lamb Shoulder with Root Vegetables
Braised lamb shoulder with root vegetables is an elegant take on mutton stew.

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Stuffed Cabbage Leaves

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Stuffed Cabbage Leaves
Cabbage rolls can be stuffed with minced meat or vegetables, and they are a great way to use up leftover grains like rice or quinoa. Bake them in a tomato sauce, or try mushroom!

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Shepherd's Pie

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Shepherd's Pie
This is a variation on traditional Shepherd's Pie. Instead of meat, use azuki beans, and instead of mashed potato, try using creamed millet. The combination of grain and beans makes a more complete protein, this is a very balanced dish for vegetarians.

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Kale Apple and Chive Flower Salad

Kale Apple and Chive Flower Salad
A visit to a local farmer's market on the Irish countryside inspired this dish full of giant bunches of kale, heads of cabbage and delicious Irish apples. Of course, feel free to add your own twist and use whatever veggies you can find locally.

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Irish Spring Colcannon

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Irish Spring Colcannon
Looking for a creative way to eat your greens? This staple from chef Aine McAteer's childhood never fails.

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Bread and Butter Pudding with Whiskey Crème Anglaise

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Bread and Butter Pudding with Whiskey Crème Anglaise
Bread and butter pudding with whiskey crème anglaise is made with buttered slices of brioche and spiked custard sauce.

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Irish Coffee

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Irish Coffee
Whether you make it to the pub crawl or just want to feel a little Irish on the inside, warm up with a special cup of coffee. So good, you'll want to drink it more than once a year.

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