Tag Archives: Irish

Happy Bloomsday

  Today, as James Joyce fans worldwide know, is Bloomsday. (If you don’t know, June 16th is when Joyce’s work, Ulysses, takes place.) I’ve been a Joyce fan since, during sophomore year in college, I read it twice, in two … Continue reading

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Not Wearing the Green But Baking the Bread

The day before the big green day, I went to the exhibition W W II in NYC at the brilliantly- renovated New York Historical Society.  Thanks to a friend’s generosity, I was part of a Barnard College Club group so … Continue reading

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Of Trotters, Snugs and Hurling

Continuing the Irish saga, we made a stop at Cork’s English Market, put on the ‘must see’ list when Queen Elizabeth  visited last year.    Although I loved these pigs’ trotters I won’t be providing a recipe for them (and … Continue reading

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