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July 31st, 2012, 09:56 AM
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What percentage of the food you cook would you describe as traditional British/Irish food, and what percentage of the food you cook would you describe as inspired by other countries?

Give us some examples of traditional British/Irish meals you make!


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July 31st, 2012, 03:56 PM
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Sunday roast and that's about it! Most of my meals are Mexican or Italian.
Although we do have haggis on St Andrews night and Burns night
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I would say 70% Irish 30% foreign.

Irish would be Bacon and Cabbage, Irish Stew, Corned beef and cabbage, Sausage and Colcannon, mashed potato with turnip.

Foreigh would be various pasta dishes, Paella, Risotto, Mexican, American, Curries mostly Indian.
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August 1st, 2012, 10:20 AM
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Perhaps 15-20% British/Irish which would consist of roast dinner, sausage and mash or shepherd's pie lol.

Other than that most of what I cook is inspired from foreign recipes, various Mexican dishes, curries, Chinese stir fries, lasagne, spag bol, carbonara and various other Italian pasta dishes, paella, Portuguese rice and risotto recipes.
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