Irish food and drink you simply must try

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Irish coffee-Irish coffee is made with only four ingredients: hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, and a whipped cream topping. It is the perfect winter-warming drink.

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Black pudding - Black pudding is a type of blood sausage made from pork blood, fat, oatmeal, and various seasonings. It is a staple in a traditional Irish breakfast.

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White pudding - White pudding is similar to black pudding, except it does not contain blood. Ingredients include pork meat, fat, suet, breadcrumbs, and oatmeal. 

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Murphy's Irish Stout - Murphy's Irish Stout is a stout beer famous for its smooth texture and roasted malt flavors.

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Irish cream liqueur truffles - Irish cream liqueur truffles are decadent treats made from cream, milk, chocolate, and Baileys Irish Cream, covered in grated chocolate.

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Potato farl - Potato farl is mashed potato, kneaded with flour, butter, salt and pepper, and cooked on a griddle. It is often served as part of an Irish breakfast.

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Guinness - Guinness, a stout beer famous for its dark color, creamy head, slightly bitter flavor, and notes of coffee and chocolate, is Ireland's national drink.

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Seafood chowder - Seafood chowders are popular in Ireland's coastal regions. The dishes feature fresh fish, shellfish, potatoes, and cream.

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Boxty - Boxty is a potato pancake made with grated raw potatoes and mashed potatoes, fried until golden brown on the outside. 

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Stew - A hearty Irish stew is typically made with lamb or beef, potatoes, carrots, onions, and sometimes barley.

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Smoked salmon - Irish smoked salmon is popular for its mild, delicate flavor and smooth texture. A variety of woods are used for smoking.

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Butter - Irish butter tends to be salted, uncultured, and contains a high butterfat content. Slather it on a slice of warm soda bread!

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