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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…

Henry Tudor, a Proud Welshman

Originally posted on Nathen Amin:
To the average member of the public, no Royal Dynasty has come to represent England and Englishness as the Tudors, a multi-generational 16th Century force that dragged England out of the bleak and dreary middle ages and into the renaissance period that enabled the Kingdom to become a superpower on…

Waxing Poetic in Wales

Originally posted on Travelrific® Travel Journal:
By Linda Tancs Welshman Dylan Thomas is best known for his poetry although he also wrote scripts for radio broadcasts, radio plays, short stories, films and an unfinished novel.  Wales is undergoing a yearlong celebration of the centenary of his birth.  The son of Swansea wrote many of his major…

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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