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IRISH STEW

One of the earliest references to ‘Irish Stew’ is in 'The Devil's Drive: An unfinished Rhapsody' by Lord Byron (1814):

"The Devil return'd to hell by two,
And he stay'd at home till five;
When he dined on some homicides done in ragoƻt,
And a rebel or so in an Irish stew...."


Irish stew is a traditional dish made from mutton layered with potatoes and onions, covered and simmered for several hours.

Traditionally made with breast or shoulder of lamb.
 

 

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