Irish cuisine is focused around hearty, filling foods, and it’s vastly influenced by available crops, fishing and livestock. We always found the Irish cuisine to be centered on fresh foods thanks to the above resources, so it’s no surprise that a lot of people appreciate it, around the World.
Another important thing is that the Irish culinary experience is directly influenced by the country’s history, and big events such as The Irish Potato Famine play a huge part on how Ireland’s cuisine has shifted over the years.
Tourists can choose from a wide variety of foods: Bacon and cabbage, Barmbrack, Black pudding, boxty, coddle and more, but also from established beverages such as beer and whisky.
This week’s Irish pronunciation videos is also dedicated to the Irish cuisine. Watch the video below and learn how to say “Dinner’s ready!” or ask “Is the dinner ready?” in Irish Gaelic.
How To Say – “Dinner’s Ready!” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)
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How to say “Dinner’s ready!” in Irish Gaelic
Tá an dinnéar réidh.
/Taw on jin-ayr ray/
The dinner is ready.
An bhfuil an dinnéar réidh?
/On will on jin-ayr ray/
Is dinner ready?
Dia duit! Siobhán here from Bitesize Irish Gaelic. I speak a Connaught dialect.