Drisheen

A Line from Linda: Drisheen, Crubeens & Periwinkles

A Line from Linda: Drisheen, Crubeens & Periwinkles

Las comidas tradicionales más famosas de Cork son Crubeens y Tripe and Drisheen.

Las comidas tradicionales más famosas de Cork son Crubeens y Tripe and Drisheen.

Tartlets of O'ReiIlys Tripe and Drisheen with Caramelised Red Onion

January is synonymous with comfort food - and where better to look for ideas when the weather turns chilly than Ireland’s great old traditional dishes? Try Michelle Horgan’s book ‘Recipes From The English Market’ (Atrium,

IRISH CUISINE - Drisheen

IRISH CUISINE - Drisheen

Ireland is known for Drisheen, a surprisingly delicious black ...

Ireland is known for Drisheen, a surprisingly delicious black .

Tripe & Drisheen by daveleb, via Flickr

Tripe & Drisheen by daveleb, via Flickr

WHERE WOULD YOU SEND A FIRST-TIME VISITOR? The English Market, an amazing food market from 1786 that has evolved as opposed to being "set up" by foodie enthusiasts. Here you will find a feast of every kind, from small artisan cheese-makers and organic fruit and veg stalls to the traditional tripe and drisheen butcher. The Farmgate restaurant upstairs produces the best Irish stew you'll ever taste.

The Cork City English Market is a wonder of sights, smells and tastes, although the most pervasive smell is fresh fish. Huge on the inside, but unobtrusive from the outside--definitely check it out while in Cork.

St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner, and you probably have your festivities planned.

st. patrick's day food

Irish food pyramid -- sounds right to me! Perfect pyramid but I'd skip the meat section maybe change it to veggies I know.so not Irish :)

Drisheen (from the word drisín / dríishin) is the Irish version of a black pudding though not a pudding but actually a sausage made from pigs' blood, onions, herbs, spices, oatmeal or barley. Very popular in Cork.

10 Weirdest Meats People Actually Enjoy.Black Pudding-blood pudding or blood sausage is a type of sausage made with boilded then congealed blood and some type of meat filler,.

English Market, Cork, Ireland. Well worth a visit, grab a coffee, lunch and food for your journey or supply cupboard <3

Well worth a visit, grab a coffee, lunch and food for your journey or supply cupboard

The origins of The English Market in Cork City trace back to the times of King James I in 1610. It has been officially trading since 1788 and is recognised by Cork locals as a place to meet, eat and shop.

Explore the delicious foods of Ireland this spring. Find a food trail, cookery school or market and sample the delicious local ingredients prepared fresh on the day. Discover restaurants, pubs, food festivals and trails.

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