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    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    Mmm, Irish cream whenever you want! I got this from Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Holidays associated with this recipe: Name days/Birthdays, New Year's Eve.

    Recipe #342232

    2 Reviews |  By Cosima

    Hey, I (along with everyone I told about it) thought it sounded weird too. But, after trying it, I (along with everyone I told about it), thought it was absolutely delicious! I think I got the original recipe from this site, but none I looked at seemed to be quite the same. So, please, try this healthy, delicious smoothie!

    Recipe #341769

    If you're in a hurry (or just being lazy!), this quick smoothie is a nice replacement for some eggnog.

    Recipe #341759

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    This is modified from a recipe I found somewhere else here on the site. They're healthy and I've included a modification for vegans as well. My family and boyfriend love these, so I hope you do too!

    Recipe #388872

    "In ancient Ireland, apple trees were one of three things that could only be paid for with other living objects--money could not exchange hands." From Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanna Asala, where I got this recipe from. Holidays associated with this recipe: Lughnasadh, Samhain, Mabon, harvest suppers, Esbat celebrations, name days/birthdays, Yule.

    Recipe #342342

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    This is a delicious potato-oatmeal breakfast dish. It was quite messy, but that may have just been me. From the book Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Holidays associated with this recipe: Lughnasadh, Samhain, Mabon.

    Recipe #342245

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    This is my favorite "candy"--and it's guilt-free and raw, too! It's a slight variation of a recipe from Nourishing Traditions, by Sally Fallon.

    Recipe #415862

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    Everyone in my family loves these...And I never told them that they're diet-friendly!

    Recipe #311972

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    My mom got this recipe off some site last night, and these bars are delicious! They're healthy, chewy, moist, and amazingly good. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #355217

    I got this from Simply Delicious Vegetarian, by Carla Bardi.

    Recipe #342399

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    "What butter and whiskey won't cure there's no cure for." (Scottish Proverb). Yet another recipe from my favourite book, Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Holidays associated with this recipe: Yule, Esbat celebrations.

    Recipe #342337

    I've made these twice, and they're irresistable! Everyone in the family loves them. I got this recipe from Simply Delicious Vegetarian, by Carla Bardi.

    Recipe #342335

    "Boxty in the griddle, boxty in the pan, if you don't eat boxty, you'll never get a man." (Irish saying). From the book Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. This is a very delicious, very famous, very traditional, very Irish food! Holidays associated with this recipe: Samhain, Mabon, Yule.

    Recipe #342251

    2 Reviews |  By Cosima

    I'm not a huge fan of sweet breads like these, but all the men in my family rave about this recipe! This is yet another one from that amazing book, Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Holidays associated with this recipe: Ostara, spring festivals, Good Friday.

    Recipe #341772

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    One of the most delicious, thick, rich, creamy smoothies I've ever had! "Avena" means "oats." I got this recipe from the book Simply Delicioso, by Ingrid Hoffman.

    Recipe #341764

    1 Reviews |  By Cosima

    My entire life I have been obsessed with eggnog, but I'd never had it homemade. Then, on a very special day, I decided to make it myself, using this recipe, and I've never gone back! Fortunately, this eggnog doesn't require the usual 12 eggs! I got this recipe from the most wonderful book I've ever received, Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Celtic Folklore Cooking suggests this eggnog for Ostara, Yule, New Year's Eve, and all winter celebrations. I drink it all the time!

    Recipe #341757

    "Though honey is sweet, do not lick it off a briar." (Breton proverb). This recipe is from Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Holidays associated with this recipe: Imbolc, Yule.

    Recipe #342413

    Mmm, this stuff is delicious! Perfect for spring! From the book Celtic Folklore Cooking, by Joanne Asala. Holidays associated with this recipe: Midsummer, Bealtaine, Esbat dinners.

    Recipe #342415


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