from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An Irish dish of mashed potatoes and cabbage, seasoned with butter.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A traditional Irish dish made from mashed potatoes and kale, with scallions, butter, salt and pepper added.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as calecannon.
Bread in Galveston, helps prepare a traditional Irish dish called colcannon, which is made with mashed potatoes, kale, cabbage, onions and ham.
Amanda Lyssy, with Christus Our Daily Bread in Galveston, helps prepare a traditional Irish dish called colcannon, which is made with mashed potatoes, kale, cabbage, onions and ham.
Preferably along with colcannon, which is yesterday's leftover boiled potatoes mashed with green onions and milk (or yogurt), topped with plenty of good butter.
.. on Halloween in Ireland, the traditional dish called colcannon is made with mashed potatoes and kale?
Stop by the O'Donnel house Thursday and you'll be welcomed with a steaming hot bowl of colcannon, a classic Irish side dish of mashed potatoes flavored with cabbage or its cruciferous cousin, kale.
In the evenings, after Mrs. Docherty had cooked us a typically Irish supper like boiled ham and colcannon, or fish with parsley sauce and potatoes, the tables were cleared and there was a sing-song in the lounge.
There's a huge family party, and our part in it is making the colcannon.
I am not a math person, but even I know that's a whole bunch of colcannon!
Now when I'm talking colcannon, I'm not talking about a bowl of the stuff.
I was thinking about colcannon yesterday - it's been snowy and cold here, too, and I'm still craving comfort food ... so!
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