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Karl’s Colcannon II

I do not pretend that this is an authentic Irish recipe. It is more of a California Fusion revamp of the original. I doubt that chicken broth or garlic were readily available in a traditional humble Irish cottage. That being said, there is no reason not to make it as traditional as possible.

Karl’s Colcannon II

Karl’s Colcannon II

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Karl’s Colcannon

This is a recipe I have been making for years, because every other recipe I had tried struck me as bland. Please notice the absence of any word like “traditional” in the title. Today, I have just been reading a “rant” about “Traditional Irish Soda Bread,” which I found through a Karen Boatman’s “Home Plates” article. In many ways I have to agree with his sentiments.

Karl's Colcannon

Karl’s Colcannon

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