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I am looking for some traditional recipes for shrimp in Ireland.
Please add recipe or link to recipe.
The recipe must be Irish .. due to the fact that I am taking it to a St. Pat’s day party.
But I appreciate the other recipes, I just need Irish cuisine

I’m an avid fan of Celtic music, although I seldom ever (whether in this genre or others) follow an artist or group fanatically – usually I only like one or two songs by them. I’ve listened to some more ambient Celtic stuff but recently have taken an interest in more lively Celtic rock. So can anybody suggest me some particularly noteworthy songs/bands that work in this genre?

To be pickier still, I’m not particularly big on the heavy metal, nor the delicate harp/lullaby esque stuff. I like pieces that are lively, remeniscent of the folk of Scotland and Ireland. Although I classify it as “Celtic rock”, I am particularly fond of pianos and strings. Something with a nice strong rhythm, meditative, but very folklike without being too fairytale-esque. At the same time, nothing too heavy.

I’m rambling at this point. I know no two songs are alike, but I’m basically looking for some songs as described above. An example of a pseudo-Celtic rock song I’ve been quite fond of lately is, well, “Celtic Rock” by Donovan:

I’m not too big on the sound distortions, but this is basically the kind of hardiness I want in a Celtic song.
Nice suggestions thus far, although I’d still like to find a group that is a bit less dense with the instruments while still having a nice rhythm. Ideas?

I need to take a Welsh desert|food to G/T next Monday. Any Ideas of what I could take? And If You Could put in a picture,Ingredients, & so on That would be great(: Thank youuu<3

What were some beliefs held about witchcraft and magic in 11th century Scotland?

Cute songs about love. Songs like Love by Matt White and Have I told you Lately by Van Morrison.
Thanks 🙂

When we camped in Wales and then Lake district I found lots of walks (description + map) on the tourist websites. Now we are going to Edinburgh but can’t find a similar site. Want walks about 3-10miles around Edinburgh – not right in city centre. Love walking through woods, along canals etc Circular walks are great and if there is a pub part way round or at end that is also good. Don’t want to climb mountains but can be more than a stroll. Can anyone suggest a free website that has walks with straightforward directions to follow and maps.

I’m suppossed to make food from where my ancestors came from but I don’t know what to make that everyone will eat. Can anyone help me?

3 friends and I will be traveling from Edinburgh to Amsterdam in the beginning of January. I was wondering what the best route to get between the two cities would be. I have explored some flights but they are either way expensive or some only leave at night. We would like to arrive in Amsterdam sometime before noon. Overnight transportation is also an option. I was thinking ferry, train, plane. Where can I find some helpful sites for this.

I have read the three books by Laurien Gardner, and really liked those, but I was wondering if there was another series that is more complete. I am not really looking for anything by Philippa Gregory. Is there another series of books about King Henry VIII wives beside those two?

I am having my final meeting with the event manager at the hall where our reception will be and I have to have a list of a good idea for some songs at the wedding. My fiance and I are both graduating from college this year, so it is about a 50/50 split for our age groups… we have people from 17-22 and then a lot of people who are 45+ so I am trying to find a good mix of songs for people to dance to that both age groups can get into.

Thanks in advance!

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