Celebrate: Irish breakfast
We join in the craic with a group of Irish friends and acquaintances in Sydney’s Centennial Park as they tuck in to some traditional breakfast fare, which just happens to include pudding and ice-cream. It’s easy to see why the Irish coined the phrase, ‘top of the morning’.
"Laughter is brightest where food is best," goes the Irish proverb, and Sinéad McDevitt heartily agrees. The Dubliner had been living in Sydney for five years and adored her new home and mates, but she missed proper soda bread, pined for white pudding, and was greeted with blank stares every time she raved about Barry’s Irish tea. "I was drowning in a sea of Earl Grey and Bushells!" she laughs. Sinéad was also well and truly over saying goodbye, as one-by-one, her travelling companions returned home. For the full article, pick up the latest copy of SBS Feast.
Photography by Alan Benson.
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