Category Archives: Typically Irish
Today is January 6th, also known as Epiphany among Christians all over the world. Well, not so much in Ireland: Over here January 6th is celebrated as Little Christmas, or… (Attention ladies!)… Women’s Christmas!!!!!
Plum pudding: For some of us here in Ireland this dessert is an important grand finish to a perfect Christmas Dinner. For others, well, not so much!
As the weather is getting rainy and colder, I thought of a “seasonal” Irish recipe to share with you. Some of you might already know it! As for me, I haven’t tried it yet! … But I surely will Continue reading
Halloween is definitely my favorite time of the year – especially here in Ireland! It’s the right time to spend cosy dark evenings sitting at open fires, drinking warm tea or whiskey and sharing spooky stories about haunted houses & castles on the island. Having done some research myself, I even realized that rooms in these haunted places can be booked on Hotelsireland.com and thought that I’d share the best stories with you Continue reading
The Irish are a bit superstitious – not only on Friday the 13th but basically all the time. Here are some of the funniest Irish superstitions I heard of: Continue reading
As I am not originally from Ireland and just came here 6 month ago, I know that the first (or maybe even the only) things coming to many people’s mind concerning Ireland are: Pubs & Guinness Green and dotted with … Continue reading
I have recently rediscovered my love of cooking – not a 2 minute jobby in the microwave – You know, the proper kind with a dash of this, and a touch of this, you know! As I like using super … Continue reading
Here in Ireland Mother’s Day (or Mothering Sunday) is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent.
Bring a piece of Ireland into your home this Christmas with these traditional Irish Christmas Recipe. Continue reading