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Nite, Bruite, is Ite — Na Prátaí (aka Fataí), That Is! Posted by on Nov 5, 2013

(le Róislín) While potatoes are a popular food year round and worldwide, they are especially popular at this time of year in the U.S. with Lá Altaithe approaching.   This is one of few times, at least i mo thaithí féin, when more than one kind of práta is typically served with a meal. In Ireland…

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Cad Is *Tófurcaí Ann? Posted by on Nov 15, 2011

(le Róislín) Is bia veigeatórach é “tófurcaí,” déanta as tófú nó as seitan (prótéin chruithneachta) i gcruth builín (loaf) nó i gcasaról.  Cá ndeachaigh an litir “t” a bhí san fhocal “turcaí”?  An áit chéanna ina bhfuil an litir “t” a bhí san fhocal Béarla “turkey” nuair a cumadh “tofurkey.”  Imithe mar gheall ar rith…

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Béile Lá Altaithe i Meiriceá Posted by on Nov 9, 2011

(le Róislín) Speaking of “goile,” here are some sample foods you might find on the biachlár for a typical American Thanksgiving meal, and also the terms for the different courses in a meal, not quite from “anraith” to “cnónna,” but along those lines.  “Glasraí” has many possibilities and there are two choices for “an príomhchúrsa”…

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