Although, Paddy Burkes Oyster Inn in Clarenbridge, County Galway, is remowned for its seafood, their is what I'm posting today. Their chef tempers the bite of the local grown peppers with smooth creme fraiche, which he swils in just before serving. From 'The Irish Pub Cookbook' by Margaret M. Johnson I found the Kerrygold Irish butter at Costco You can make you own Recipe #476612 and Recipe #476609 for this recipe
I bought some vanilla flavored popcorn a few years back. It had kind of a clear candy coating on it. I think I'll try using clear vanilla extract when I make this. I hope this will come close to what I had. Found on recipe tips.
Vegetable soup is a staple of Irish home kitchens and pubs. At the Derg Inn, an acclaimed pub in the historic village of Terryglass, in County Tipperary, the chef uses as much Tipperary-grown produce as possible. Even the butter is produced by a local cooperative in nearby Nenagh. From 'The Irish Pub Cookbook' by Margaret M. Johnson I found the Kerrygold Irish butter at Costco. Here is their Recipe #476612 recipe.
Pork Chops with Orange and Marsala (Costolette di Maiale all’Arancia) A simple Sicilian recipe from Williams-Sonoma. I like history, so here is some information for your dinner conversation. Italy became a nation-state in 1861 when the regional states of the peninsula, along with Sardinia and Sicily, were united under King Victor EMMANUEL II.
This was the recipe from the back of the Linzer cookie cutter box, no changes were made when posting it. I'm posting this only because it DID NOT work out for me. They did not hold their shape, they just kind of melted on the "insulted" cookie sheet. I wonder if that was the problem, the insulted cookie sheet?? If I make them again I need to modify the recipe. Note: I sifted flour before measuring as the ingredient list states.
I would help my sister-in-law make these, in November for the "Christmas Fair" event at her church. Scandinavian food was featured at this half day event, along with baked goods and handmade items. She did not have the cutter, so we just cut them into diamond shapes. She used an electric skillet when frying the fattigman. I don't know how many this makes and I did not add the chill time for the dough. So simple, yet very tasty.