A popular beverage brewed from ground coffee beans and water. It can be served hot or cold and comes in many flavors, depending on the type of coffee bean, the method of roasting the beans, and the flavorings that may be added.
A potato and cabbage or kale side dish from Ireland that is typically served during festivals, holidays and various seasonal feasts such as Imbolc, the first day of spring or end of the Celtic year known as Samhain or Hallowe'en.
A process that bathes food with low level gamma rays (x-rays) or an electron beam (e-beam) to reduce or kill microorganisms, such as e-coli, listeria, salmonella and campylobacter that may cause illnesses from exposure to harmful pathogens.
A broad leafed green plant, related to kale that is used as an ingredient in green salads, or as a vegetable to be served for a cooked vegetable dish, or combined and with other ingredients to be stir fried and served as part of a main dish.
A variety of grape that is smaller in size and less meaty than other varieties. The Concord grape has a dark purple to almost black thicker skin that covers a jelly-like inner meat, which can be squeezed out from the skin.