I’m sending you this idea from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The city of Pittsburgh has a very large IRISH Community that goes back over 150 years. The Irish and Italian folks helped build this beautiful city. I’m a Big Fan of your series on Youtube and I’m a Youtuber myself. Here in the city of Pittsburgh, we have one of the Biggest Culturally diverse groups of people and the Irish play a big role in a lot of our local foods. I’ not sure if Perogies are available in Ireland, but I would love to see your group try them. It would be nice to see your folks try something that they will eventually crave…lol Pierogi are filled dumplings of Central and Eastern European origin, made by wrapping unleavened dough around a savory or sweet filling which consists of potato and blended cheese. Cooking them is easy… boil them in water then drain them and then pan-fry them in chopped onions and butter. Then simply serve 6 on a plate. The origin of the Perogie is highly debated and several countries claim it as their creation. From China, Italy, Poland. Russia and so on…but like I say…Who the Hell Cares…they are fantastic! The Perogi is basically an East Coast food…New York, Philly, New Jersey, Pittsburgh, and Boston…other than that, if you go anywhere else and ask for Perogies you’ll get a stupid look and they say WTF are those…lol. The Perogi has been Modernized to include many different flavors now, but the original still maintains itself as #1. If you are interested, I can send several boxes that include a few of the popular flavors.