Eat like the Irish: Baked Cheese Toasties
Buttering the bottom of each slice of bread yields the gorgeous golden crust we've all come to love in a more traditional grilled cheese sandwich. If you can't find Irish cheddar in your grocery store, feel free to use your favourite aged or sharp cheese instead.
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Pork pie recipes
Make your own pork pies for a perfect picnic bite, buffet treat or lunchbox snack. Choose from our traditional raised shortcrust pies, individual mini pies and more.
Scottish Food Doesn't Get More Traditional Than With a Stovies Recipe
Stovies are Scottish cooking at its best with a delightful and easy dish made often of leftover Sunday roasts.
Traditional Scottish Recipes | Meals From Scotland
Scottish recipes with food and drink from Scotland how to make these traditional meals with cooking pictures ingredients and instructions
Pub Style Beer Cheese Dip
This Pub Style Beer Cheese Dip is a great party appetizer everyone will love. Perfect for Super Bowl, holidays or just hanging with friends.
Hamburgers (Tavern Style) Recipe
Here is the hamburger you get in better taverns and bars, plump and juicy, with a thick char that gives way to tender, medium-rare meat. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)
British Curry Sauce Recipe
This spicy curry sauce can be found all over Britain, in chip shops and pubs - and even bottled (or powdered) in markets to use as a simple sauce to turn leftover roast dinners into a simple meal the following day. The spice can be tailored to the level of heat you want, but the base of aromatics and toasted spices make a fantastic base for any number of dishes.
Bacon and cabbage with parsley sauce...
First of all I have a confession to make... I came to live in Ireland in 2006 and... it's only this month that... for the VERY FIRST time I've cooked AND eaten traditional Irish bacon and cabbage! I know! Why so late you're asking?! I have no idea, but I can assure you about one thing - I'll eat it at least once a month from now on! It's very easy to cook - besides the parsley sauce (which really IS a must) everything else basically cooks itself on it's own, you just have to keep an eye on…