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Irish Stew

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Edited by tasunkawitko - 9/18/12 at 7:11pm

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That series of pictures is very, very, very nice.  Thank you.

 

mjb.

Food nourishes my body.  Cooking nourishes my soul.
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Tas,

 

I placed on the Autumn List of to do´s ...

Delicious, I am certain.

 

Have a lovely August,

Margi.

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Thanks, everyone -

 

I tried to keep it traditional, something that would be made during those cold grey months when the nights are long and a good, hot, satisfying bowl of stew does wonders for the soul ~ The ingredients can vary, of course, and my goal was to use ingredients that might be down there in the bottom of the root cellar during the bleakest winter.

 

I'm glad everyone enjoyed it, and hope that it brings back more than a few memories ~

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I think I've used Guinness Stout in a braised rabbit along with some sour cream for flavoring and for tempering the stout itself.

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post #7 of 7
I used to visit Ireland regularly, and my Mum made wonderful Irish stew. In recent years, I've preferred the lighter touch of Darina Allen's Irish stew recipe. I cooked it on a course at her cookery school at Ballymaloe and loved it! I' almost certain I posted it here a few years ago. If anyone's interested, just do a site search using Mrs allen's name and Ballymaloe.
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