What’s in an Irish Breakfast?
If you're lucky enough to wake up in Ireland, your hosts will likely ask you if you want "the full Irish" for breakfast. The answer is yes. Yes, you do.
What is an Irish Breakfast, Anyways?
Hearkening back to the days of hard labor, this traditional meal is proudly packed with must-have specialties, often from local producers. If a trip to the Emerald Isle isn’t in your near future, you can re-create this deliciousness at home. Follow along and we’ll show you how.
Black & White Puddings
These types of “pudding” are actually delicious pork sausage, and you’ll see both black and white versions. Look for them at your local grocery store. Better yet, find a good butcher who’s making their own. If you can’t find them in your area, you could order online.
Eggs, of course!
Typically, you’ll see these sunny-side up in an Irish breakfast, but we won’t tell if you make them your way. Learn how to cook an egg every way imaginable, here.
Slather a wedge of this beautiful bread with a thick layer of creamy butter. We love Irish Kerrygold.