Land of Milk and Honey: The Story of Traditional Irish Food & Drink
Land of Milk & Honey gives an authoritative account of Irish foods through the centuries & their special associations with wakes, weddings, & the calendar feasts of the year. Included are chapters on all of the foods of Ireland with vivid accounts of their historical uses & preparations. With frequent references to literature & folklore, Bríd Mahon charts the fascinating culinary history of Ireland.
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The Water of Life
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19th century Amhlaoibh apples aqua vitae bacon baked barley barnacle goose beef bees Bhaldraithe birds boiled boxty bread Bricriu Brigid butter buttermilk cabbage cake cake dance cattle cheese chieftain chopped Christmas churn Ciaran of Clonmacnoise colcannon cooked Cork cream Culdee curds cure custom Department of Irish diet dish drink Dublin duck early Easter eaten Edward MacLysaght eggs fairies famine farmer favourite feast festive fire fish flavoured flour fowl fresh fruit Fynes Moryson geese girl goose guests hens herbs honey hospitality Ireland Irish Folklore Irish whiskey killed king known legend Leinster living London Mac Conglinne Maura Laverty mead meal meat medieval monks neighbours night oaten oatmeal onions Patrick porridge potatoes poteen puddings roasted saint salmon salt sauce servants served sheep's milk St Brigid's Day St Patrick's story sugar Suilleabhain Sunday tradition traveller wine woman young