|Irish Food and Folklore (Food & folklore)|
|by Clare Connery|
Explores the various ways in which Irish food reflects the culture and traditional myths of Ireland and includes a variety of tempting, convention...
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Meat Cakes or Turnovers of German origin -- Pronounced "Flash kee-kle". In a large bowl, mix ingredients for dough. On a work surface lightly ...
Place pork picnic and cook until meat falls apart. Tear meat apart until it looks like pork barbeque. Mix all ingredients and pour over meat.
Place onion rings along bottom of roasting pan. Cut into 1 to 2 inch pieces all but 6 slices of bacon. Mix together beans, bacon pieces, brown sugar, ...
Brown ground beef, onion and pepper; drain. Mix with other stuff. Top with 2 strips of bacon. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
Mix all beans. Stir gently. Add onion and barbecue sauce. Pour into casserole. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Fry bacon until crisp and remove from skillet; crumble. Brown ground beef with chopped onion. Combine meats with beans, ketchup, brown sugar, ...
Combine first 4 ingredients. Saute onion and pepper in bacon drippings. Crumble fried bacon; combine with beans. Add rest of ingredients. Bake, ...
Combine beef, pork, veal, bread ... microwave safe round dish. Microwave at high power 13 to 15 minutes. When done, let stand 5 minutes before cutting. Serves 8.
Mix well. Spread in 9 x 13 pan. Bake at 350 degrees until bubbly.
Brown onions, hamburger and bacon. Drain well. Add beans and sauce ingredients. Stir well. Cook over medium heat for 20 minutes. Stir occasionally. ...
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