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Sláinte! Birds of Celtic Myths and Legend

from IrishAmerica.com | By Edythe Preet, Columnist In Irish folklore the raven was thought to be a messenger from the other world. Autumn is upon us. The leaves have gone gold and scarlet, night falls earlier, the air turns chill, and the season to plant crops won’t come again until spring. For our ancestors, it was time … Continue reading

Make Your Own “Quick” Traditional Irish Mead

article contribution from irishcelticjewels.com Sweet with honey and spices, traditional Irish Mead can be an ideal choice for the sunny autumn days, and it’s such a fun recipe to try. Treat yourself to this medieval Gaelic beverage, which is best enjoyed in delicate, fluted glasses for a touch of Emerald Isle elegance. Authentic mead, which … Continue reading

The World of Guinness — Our Celtic Community

Guinness is one of the most internationally recognized symbols of Ireland, well-earned thanks to being the most popular alcoholic beverage in countries all over the world (10 million pints sold each day). Launched in Dublin, Ireland by Arthur Guinness in 1759, it remains a beloved part of Celtic life and heritage. Today Guinness is exported […] … Continue reading

The World of Guinness

Guinness is one of the most internationally recognized symbols of Ireland, well-earned thanks to being the most popular alcoholic beverage in countries all over the world (10 million pints sold each day). Launched in Dublin, Ireland by Arthur Guinness in 1759, it remains a beloved part of Celtic life and heritage. Today Guinness is exported … Continue reading

Recipe: Welsh Cakes

Originally posted on nolavstheworld:
So… Friday’s are recipe days. Just in time for a weekend in the kitchen 🙂 And firmly on my list of top ten treats are…WELSH CAKES!!! There is an amazing little shop down Cardiff Bay called Fabulous Welshcakes (no need to explain what they sell) which is a must-visit for anyone in the…

Missing Brittany……Breton Butter Cake

The Love Of The Irish

Originally posted on Cupcakes & Pearls:
For as far back as I can remember I have loved anything and everything Irish. It began when I was a little girl and started to read the stories and legends of the fairies, then grew up enough to appreciate the actual history of Ireland. All of my favorite…

Herring and Oatmeal

Originally posted on Scottish Recipes:
This is a traditional Scottish recipe for a dish of herring that are boned, coated in oatmeal before being pan-fried until cooked golden brown. Herring and Oatmeal is a healthy, thrifty and tasty meal. Wha’ll buy my caller herrin’? They’re bonnie fish and halesome farin’; Wha’ll buy my caller herrin’,…

Rumbledethumps

Originally posted on Scottish Recipes:
Rumbledethumps is a traditional dish from the Scottish Borders. How can you not like a dish with a name like that? Rumbledethumps is a quick and easy recipe often compared to “bubble and squeak”. Supposedly the name of the dish comes from the sound of the wooden spoon thumping on the pan when…

Welcome to our NEW Blog!

Our Celtic Community was inspired by the deep and long history and heritage of the Celtic people. NiagaraCeltic.com has a large community of Celtic enthusiasts who love everything about the 7 (six) Celtic Nations, and we wanted a way to share this passion! Of course this could never be done by just one group of people in … Continue reading

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