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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticHave you been to Tom Bergin's Tavern lately? No — not Molly Malone's, the pub with the bands; the other one on Fairfax, a few blocks south, with the Irish coffee and the old Bing Crosby vibe. Bergin's has been a fascinating place since Brandon...
Skip the corned beef (too salty and weirdly pink) and the green beer (totally inauthentic) this St. Patrick's Day and make some comforting colcannon instead. Who doesn't like mashed potatoes with extra good stuff stirred in? The traditional Irish dish is...
Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day, especially with these dining and beverage specials. Here's a sampling of what local restaurants are offering for the holiday. A St. Patrick's Day prix-fixe at Max Fish, 110 Glastonbury Boulevard, Glastonbury,...
Tags: New Britain, Soups, Pies and Tarts, Carrots, Dining and Drinking
The Dish - Orlando SentinelLoin of Bacon with Irish Mist Glaze 4 servings 2 pounds loin of bacon (Canadian back bacon) 2 tablespoons Irish Mist 4 tablespoons honey 3 1/2 ounces cider 12 whole cloves 1 1/2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons olive oil 8 small Savoy cabbage leaves,...
The dining room walls of the Twisted Harp are emerald green. Gorgeous crystal chandeliers glisten. Dishes arrive flavored with sauces made with Irish whiskey. You could almost forget you were in a Nottingham shopping center. Yet, if you look out the...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Steaks, Green Beans, Sausages, Hamburgers
It has been a year of pork. When we look back on 52 weeks of the Good Eating section, the succulent, flavorful meat pops up again and again. Year-end, a time for looking back before moving on, always carries with it the difficult task of choosing our...
Tags: Ginger, Parsley, Butter, Mayonnaise, Nutmeg
They say March 17 is a great day for the Irish, but what good is that to the Irish cook who's stuck in the kitchen while the guests are having all the fun? This year, consider skipping the big meals usually associated with the holiday — corned beef...
As a chef, you have to have a certain amount of confidence to name a pork chop after a wool sweater (the Gansey) or a lobster dish the Galway Hooker (it's a ship, actually, but still ...). Same goes for offering upscale "Celtic Fusion Cuisine," which is...
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