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Some of the Irish recipes of the 1840s were handed down to future cooks who changed them as they intermarried with other ethnic groups In America, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and elsewhere. 

The Irish have mixed their cooking traditions with the Spanish, the English, and the Jewish and probably nearly everyone else —  

Irish Culinary Traditions in the Diaspora

At the link above you’ll find a tasty Scallop and Mushroom Pie that can add haddock or ham;  a Cabbage and Pork dish, and an Irish Boiled DInner that was tweaked in Boston and adjusted in Ohio. It’s good either way!

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