Lamb and potatoes are two of the staples. Of course the potato is the number one answer, but surprisingly enough (I'm half Irish) there are more foods from long ago right up to modern healthy eating in Ireland. Wild garlic, cabbage or curly kale and scallions. Irish Stew is at the top of the list always with potatoes; bacon, boiled pork sausage. In the more modern times fish is more often eaten such as prawns, oysters, salmon and cod, etc., Soda, wheaten breads and soda farls and blaa. Honey was always used. Of course the most famous meat was lamb, but also pork and beef as generations passed by. Porridge was made from nuts, berries, knotgrass and goosefoot in the earlier years. Dairy products such as milk and eggs and churned butter.
Ingredients commonly used in recipes for Kerala cuisine include rice, cassava, coconut milk, cloves, ginger, and cinnamon.
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Iberian means "Spain." Look it up on wikipedia, Einstein. Or Google Spanish cuisine. Jeese . . .
Italian cuisine is still very much seasonal and regional, so the ingredients used vary up and down Italy.For example north of the River Po, butter is preferred to olives and tomatoes.
in the Irish language the most commonly used word is "Mamó"
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Typically the Irish use very little spice in their cooking. Fresh herbs are used commonly with lots of butter and cream. However, apart from salt and pepper; the following ingredients are often used to flavor Irish dishes: Parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, bay leaves, parsnips, ale, and meat broths.
No, tremellas are safe to eat. In fact, it is a food commonly used in Asian cuisine.
Historically, roux originated with the French. It is most commonly used in Cajun cuisine.
Herbs commonly used in Irish cooking are: Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, Thyme & Bay Leaves
Shampoo has an innumerable list of ingredients. However, two commonly used ingredients in shampoo are lactic acid and zinc.