Irish cuisine is directly tied to the country’s history, from the production and creation of corned beef for the rich and the British to the Great Famine of the mid-1800s, caused by the potato blight. Ireland continues to grow in the global market, and the country’s cuisine is also evolving. Plus, do you know how to pour a proper pint of Guinness? What’s in an Irish breakfast? How authentic is corned beef and cabbage? And which Irish soda bread is the real deal – sweet or savory? Our experts answer all that and more.
- Denise O'Neill, chef and partner at Eat With Jack O'Neill, an Irish restaurant and pub in West Roxbury