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Mairéad Geary
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On my blog, Irish American Mom, I share my recipes and ramblings ... www.irishamericanmom.com
On my blog, Irish American Mom, I share my recipes and ramblings ... www.irishamericanmom.com

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Thanks to Irish Central for sharing my tips on how to peel and cut a turnip or rutabaga.
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Cauliflower cheese is a classic Irish or English side dish which is usually served to accompany a roasted chicken or beef dinner. It’s also a perfect side for turkey dinner at Thanksgiving or Christmas. This side is simple yet delicious. One of our family…
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Today I’m delighted to introduce a wonderful memoir recounting one man’s trip around Ireland’s coastline with a donkey and cart. In Last of the Donkey Pilgrims, Kevin O’Hara experiences Ireland in all her incredible glory. During his crazy trek around…
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Today I’m delighted to introduce a wonderful memoir recounting one man’s trip around Ireland’s coastline with a donkey and cart. In Last of the Donkey Pilgrims, Kevin O’Hara experiences Ireland in all her incredible glory. During his crazy trek around…
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I have a new post on my blog - a tale of unnatural silence.
Has this ever happened to you?
Otherworld Shenanigans: The Silence.
Otherworld Shenanigans: The Silence.
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Wise old words from Ireland abound, and Irish blessings and sayings for weddings are no exception. Some are heart warming and tender, some are witty and charming, but all sincerely express wishes of love and happiness for the lucky couple.
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The Irish lemons and lemonade philosophy ...
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Gluten free chocolate dessert

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What is a floury potato - the favorite type of Irish spud?
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