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My Top 10 Irish Dishes of 2017 #8

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No. 8 Native Oysters at Klaw, Temple Bar   Its always a treat to sample the classic “native” oysters, even when they are a little undersized. The marine flavor is bold and briny. There’s a sea salt and...

My Top 10 Irish Dishes of 2017 #9

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No. 9 The bacon cheddar cheeseburger at Mayfield on Terenure  A good introduction to Irish burgers, this petite sandwich has a lot going for it.  The freshly ground Irish beef, sharp cheddar and toasted bun were all spot...

My Top 10 Irish Dishes of 2017: #10

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No. 10: Batter-fried Cod at the Legendary Leo Burdock’s Fish & Chips in Dublin   A huge, single chunk of fish is batter-fried until it attains a crispiness you can only imagine until you’ve bitten into it. The...

Bar Bard: Houston's Gorgeous Gael

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Bars that call themselves Irish have long been popular in the United States. From hokey suburban shopping center beer joints, to elaborate reproductions of old pubs that have been transported piece by piece from the Old Country, America has its...