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The Irish people are a nation and ethnic group native to the island of Ireland, who share a common Irish ancestry, identity and culture. Ireland has been inhabited for about 10,000 years according to archaeological studies (see Prehistoric Ireland). For most of Ireland's recorded history, the Irish have been primarily a Gaelic ...

irishpost.co.uk/11-annoying-habits-irish-people

Jun 21, 2017 ... THERE are certain customs and habits in Ireland that are notoriously difficult for people from elsewhere to understand. From our “it'll be grand” attitude when dealing with our problems to not accepting compliments, there are a number of tendencies common to many Irish people that drive everyone else up ...

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Why are Irish people?

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Irish people may not, as a rule, drink every day, but we 'save up' and go mental at the weekend or special occasions. This accounts for the 'paradox' of how some countries can approach our level of consumption without our reputation for excess - they drink as a civilised, adult pleasure, to be enjoyed in moderation; we drink ...

www.irishcentral.com/roots/what-the-irish-people-taught-me-about-life-in-just-four-short-days-169946516-237528641

Jun 6, 2017 ... Irish people don't need to be told how much our connections matter. It's all a part of the Irish craic.

www.quora.com/How-are-Irish-people-perceived-abroad

The irish are perceived differently in certian places, AMERICA in America there is many different opinions about irish, most now are positive, its one of the largest ethnicities of Americans other than American, the Irish are mostly perceived as b.. .

When do Irish people eat Irish scones?

theplate.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/16/what-the-real-irish-eat-on-st-patricks-day

Mar 16, 2015 ... “A few years ago, it would have been far too bling. But nowadays, people are entering into the fun bit of it,” she says. The Irish are embracing the spirit of St. Patty's, but don't expect them to compromise on the food. “Corned beef and cabbage does in no way reflect what's going on in Irish cooking now,” Allen ...

www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2007/09/the-secret-of-the-irish-scone/306121

I can eat soda bread in virtually unlimited quantities, but it's a terrific challenge to make here, where the available whole-wheat flour produces harsh, tough results. Irish “brown” flour is much “weaker” (lower in gluten) than American whole-wheat flour—good for the delicate texture of Irish brown bread and for pastry, but not ...

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Irish recipes eaten by Irish people in Ireland on St. Patrick's Day. ... Growing up in Ireland, we never ate corned beef and cabbage on St. Patricks Day — nor did anyone we know. ... Home-made scones are available in every small corner shop , grocery store, gas station etc. and are best eaten with lots of salty Irish butter.

Irish People