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Variations On The Potato

Potatoes have been a major part of the European diet since their introduction by Spanish Conquistadors from South America in the 17th Century. Ireland took to the tuber more readily at this time and due to an extended period of … Continue reading

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Bangers ‘n’ Mash!

Sausage (sos-ij) – noun. The word originates from the mid 15th century:  Middle English sau-sige, dialectal Old French sausiche, Late Latin salsi-cia,  neuter plural of salsi-cius  seasoned with salt, derivative of Latin salsus or salted. “A lozenge of minced pork, … Continue reading

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