Definition of Irish stew

1. Noun. Meat (especially mutton) stewed with potatoes and onions.

Generic synonyms: Stew



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Literary usage of Irish stew

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hawthorne and His Circle by Julian Hawthorne (1903)
"A lapful of irish stew. IT was observed a little way back that English boarding-houses were much like other boarding- houses in the civilized world. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1850)
"I must here say a word on the subject of irish stew. A standing dish at headquarters was that irish stew. Amongst the followers of the army were a number of ..."

3. The Improved Housewife: Or Book of Receipts, with Engravings for Marketing by A. L. Webster (1855)
"irish stew. Take five thick mutton chops, or two pounds of the neck or loin, two pounds of potatoes peeled and halved, and half a pound of onions peeled and ..."

4. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"irish stew with Dumplings. "Wipe and cut in pieces three pounds lamb from the fore-quarter. Put in kettle, cover with boiling water, and cook slowly two ..."

5. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice by Eliza Acton (1858)
"AN irish stew. Take a couple of pounds of small thick mutton cutlets with or ... Obs.—For a real irish stew the potatoes should be boiled to a mash: an ..."

6. The Rumford Complete Cookbook by Lily Haxworth Wallace, Rumford Chemical Works (1908)
"irish stew 2 pounds mutton suitable 6 small onions, for stewing. 1 small carrot. 8 medium-sized potatoes. Salt and pepper. About 1^3 pints water. ..."

7. An Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales, Both as a Penal by John Dunmore Lang (1837)
"For what," said he, " had the Bible to do Either inside or outside an irish stew?" There was music too, both loud and shrill, To cheer up those who were ..."

8. Hawthorne and His Circle by Julian Hawthorne (1903)
"A lapful of irish stew. IT was observed a little way back that English boarding-houses were much like other boarding- houses in the civilized world. ..."

9. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1850)
"I must here say a word on the subject of irish stew. A standing dish at headquarters was that irish stew. Amongst the followers of the army were a number of ..."

10. The Improved Housewife: Or Book of Receipts, with Engravings for Marketing by A. L. Webster (1855)
"irish stew. Take five thick mutton chops, or two pounds of the neck or loin, two pounds of potatoes peeled and halved, and half a pound of onions peeled and ..."

11. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"irish stew with Dumplings. "Wipe and cut in pieces three pounds lamb from the fore-quarter. Put in kettle, cover with boiling water, and cook slowly two ..."

12. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice by Eliza Acton (1858)
"AN irish stew. Take a couple of pounds of small thick mutton cutlets with or ... Obs.—For a real irish stew the potatoes should be boiled to a mash: an ..."

13. The Rumford Complete Cookbook by Lily Haxworth Wallace, Rumford Chemical Works (1908)
"irish stew 2 pounds mutton suitable 6 small onions, for stewing. 1 small carrot. 8 medium-sized potatoes. Salt and pepper. About 1^3 pints water. ..."

14. An Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales, Both as a Penal by John Dunmore Lang (1837)
"For what," said he, " had the Bible to do Either inside or outside an irish stew?" There was music too, both loud and shrill, To cheer up those who were ..."

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