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What goes into an Irish Stew?

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Answer #1 | 15/04 2010 12:27
Probably whiskey and potatoes.
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Answer #2 | 15/04 2010 12:38
Traditionally it's lamb (lamb neck), a little flour, onion and potatoes - with water or stock. Very simple.
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Answer #3 | 15/04 2010 13:05
potatos and lamb pieces
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Answer #4 | 16/04 2010 01:01
Lamb is essential. All else variable.
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