Food of The World: Ireland

I am very excited to be visiting Ireland this month as we explore Food of The World. Irish cuisine is influenced by the food that is grown and the animals that are raised on its farms. During the middle ages an individual's social standing was often times gauged by the number of cattle a person owned. The Irish potato dates back to the 16th century. Potatoes were combined with stews, kale, cabbage and other meats and vegetables to make hearty meals for the farmers. Blackberries are another plentiful crop grown in Ireland. In late August the berries are being picked from the hedge rows of beautiful blackberry bushes all over Ireland. My Irish Grandma made this Irish Blackberry Crumble Cake that I am sharing with you today.

Irish Blackberry Crumble Cake

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Miz Helen
Miz Helen

Cookbook Author, Recipe Developer, Organic Gardner.


  1. Hi and thanks for this fun link party! The recipes look so good and perfect for St. Patrick's Day! Have nice day!
    Julie at Julie's Lifestyle

  2. Thanks for hosting this event! ~Sue

  3. Thanks for hosting the trip to Ireland! :-) I love blackberry crumble and yours looks amazing :-)

  4. Thanks for the party! I love the Irish Blessing. Happy St. Patricks.


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