Tag: traditional

February 10, 2020 admin123@ No comments exist

Irish stew The epitome of comfort food: Irish stew.  Few ingredients – mutton, onions, potatoes, maybe carrots, parsley or thyme.  Dates back to at least 1800s, when it was made slowly over an open fire.  Still heartily enjoyed today.  The economic importance of sheep for wool/milk meant only old animals ended up in the cooking…

February 5, 2020 admin123@ No comments exist

Spread The great English spread: Marmite.  Invented in 1902 from spent brewer’s yeast & still made today.  Nutritious black savoury paste enjoyed on toast.  Most-confiscated item at British airports, so comes in 70g travel size since 2015, & in limited-edition versions – new sales for traditional product!  Included in soldiers’ rations in both World Wars &…