It’s hard to imagine Irish food without the humble potato, which only arrived well after the discovery of the New World. In any case, it’s certainly a classic staple and a key ingredient of traditional Irish stew, potato bread, potato soup and many others. But beyond such stereotypical fare, there’s also a strong seasonal, dairy and seafood heritage, which ties in nicely when trading the beautiful bounty of Ireland’s North Atlantic and Irish Sea waters for the quality catches off Australia’s myriad shores.
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