It’s Christmas eve and you’ve just set out a pint of Guinness for Santa alongside a mince pie. Tomorrow you will have a feast surrounded by friends and family. This cold dish starts its journey during the medieval times, but doesn’t really become popular until a few centuries later. Covered in a rich blend of spices, it’s been called many different things over the ages. Grab a nice thick slice of bread, some grainy mustard and join me as we explore the history and origins of Ireland’s spiced beef.
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Author: Glen Warren