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Are there any stores that sell irish food in Toronto?

Question by Maria: Are there any stores that sell irish food in Toronto?
I’m looking for things like cereal, tea, beans and cookies. Any help would be great.

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Answer by Gaspode
Irish food is illegal in Toronto.

OK, it isn’t, there are sources on the web. The best things though you can make yourself, like bubble and squeek.

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Lively Weekend – 30th June 2012 (Vietnamese Chicken Wings, Chocolate Tipped Cookies, Irish stew)

Why spend handsomely in restaurants and violate your monthly budget, if you can cook famous restaurants recipes right in your kitchen and heartily enjoy them at home without worrying about the budget But you have to just follow Zarnak’s step by step recipes of Vietnamese Chicken Wings, Chocolate Tipped Cookies, Irish stew.

Kenmore Live Studio: Chi-rish Date Night Hero- Recipes of Irish Dancing, Piping, Food & Cheesecake!

Here at the Kenmore Live Studio Steve Coyne of the Pipes & Drums of the Chicago Police Department performs a musical set on the bagpipes! Then, Chef Damo of Kerryman Irish Bar & Restaurant demonstrates how to make Bailey’s Irish Cheesecake, followed by sauteed salmon with a shrimp and champagne veloute. Then watch a live performance from the Trinity Irish dancers and hear more music from Steve Coyne of the Pipes & Drums of the Chicago Police Department. Click the “Like” button to become our fan at www.facebook.com to see other full shows and find more recipe videos, live entertainment, and more. Recipe: Irish Cheesecake Chef: Chef Damo Ingredients: 2 lb cream cheese 6 oz baileys 9 oz digestive Irish biscuits (graham crackers) 6 0z butter (melted) 8 gelatin sheets 4 cups of water 1 cup heavy cream 24 oz powdered sugar 4 egg whites Method: Crumble digestive cookies in a food processor. Add the melted butter and combine with the back of a spoon pat the butter cookie mixture to the bottom of a 9′ springstrom pan and refrigerate. Put your gelatin into warm water to dissolve. Combine cream cheese, sugar and baileys in a food processor and keep on high until there is a watery consistency. Whip heavy cream to form thick pearls. Whip your egg whites until pearls are formed. Whip your cream cheese mixture, heavy cream and egg whites. Add your gelatin a little at a time. Ladle or pour your mixture on top of the now hardened crust. Refrigerate for six hours or overnight. Serve with

Can irish steel cut oats be used in baking?

Question by hales15: Can irish steel cut oats be used in baking?
You know how quaker rolled oats can be used for like cookies and stuff
Is it the same with Irish steel cut oats?

Best answer:

Answer by sweet*like*icecream
yes they can be used in baking.

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Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup (1 Single 750 ml bottle)

Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup (1 Single 750 ml bottle)

Torani Sugar Free Irish Cream Syrup (1 Single 750 ml bottle)

  • Worldwide leader in specialty beverage mix 
  • Made in the USA 
  • Easy to make products that taste great, every time.
  • Leader in Blended Ice Coffee and Chai beverage mixes
  • The professionals choice

The perfect, refreshing smoothie when you don’t want, or can’t have, coffee. Delicious Blended Creams taste like a creamy, satisfying ice cream shake without having to freeze all that ice cream! If you choose, you can add espresso or coffee for the r

List Price: $ 7.95

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what are some pasteries , food , or cookies i can by at the store that come from ireland or irish people eat?

Question by : what are some pasteries , food , or cookies i can by at the store that come from ireland or irish people eat?
i need some food that irsh people eat or come from ireland . mostly cookies or cupcake becuz my classmates prefer that

Best answer:

Answer by Mary
Jacob’s is a popular brand of cookies (they call them biscuits in Ireland and in several other countries.)

Here’s a site where you can see what the tin looks like, and you can see a few other sweets popular in Ireland as well. http://www.littleshamrocks.com/Irish-Cookies.html

Your local supermarket may have them in the international section, or you may have to check a store that specializes in imports. This will depend on where you live and how many Irish people live there too.

(You’ll see some chocolate items from Cadbury on that website too. Cadbury is a brand of chocolate that is popular in Ireland, but it is not from Ireland. It is from England.)

You may also find real Irish tea in the international section of your supermarket, or possibly with other teas. Barry’s is a popular brand. Scroll down on this link to see a picture of the box: http://www.littleshamrocks.com/Irish-Coffee-and-Tea.html

Kerrygold is a popular brand of dairy, available across the U.S. The cheddar and butter are much fuller-flavored than the American versions. Scroll down here to see pictures of what they look like: http://www.littleshamrocks.com/Irish-Cheese.html

You could make scones or Irish soda bread. Serve on their own, or with a taste of high quality, real Irish butter, cheddar, or jam.

Here’s a super easy scone recipe that you can make:

http://www.joyofbaking.com/IrishSodaScones.html

Good luck with your project!

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does anyone know of and cookies that have an irish background?????

Question by plolson1991: does anyone know of and cookies that have an irish background?????

Best answer:

Answer by kelly k
IRISH COOKIES

1/2 lb. butter
1/2 c. sugar
2 c. flour

Melt butter. Mix butter, sugar and flour together. Roll dough into small balls. Make a thumb print. Fill with jam, chocolate chips, fruit, nuts, etc.

IRISH DROP COOKIES

1 1/2 c. raisins
1 c. hot water
3 1/2 c. flour
1 c. white sugar
1 c. brown sugar
2/3 c. shortening
2 eggs
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. nutmeg
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. soda
Nuts, if desired

Simmer raisins in hot water for 15 minutes. Drain and reserve 1/2 cup liquid. Mix shortening, sugar and eggs. Sift flour and spices. Add soda to the reserved liquid and mix with the shortening mixture. Blend in flour mixture. Mix well. Drop on baking sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes.

IRISH OATMEAL COOKIES WITH RAISINS

2 1/2 c. oatmeal
1 1/4 c. sugar
3/4 to 1 c. flour
1 1/2 tsp. baking powder
1 c. butter
1 c. raisins

Blend dry ingredients. Cut in shortening; add raisins and work into smooth dough. Form into 50 small balls. Bake at 385 degrees for 12 minutes in center of oven. Preparation time = 30 minutes.

BAILEY’S IRISH CREAM CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIES

1/2 c. butter
1/2 c. granulated sugar
1/2 c. brown sugar
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 c. Bailey’s original Irish cream
2 1/4 c. cake flour
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1 (6 oz.) pkg. semi-sweet chocolate chips
3/4 c. coconut
1/2 c. chopped pecans

Cream butter, sugars and egg until fluffy. Add vanilla and Bailey’s Irish cream. Mix dry ingredients and blend into creamed mixture. Add coconut, nuts and chips. Drop onto ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Cool.

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