School: Baile an Bhunánaigh (B.) (roll number 16851)

Location:
Ballybunnion, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
P. Ó Hailin

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was made from raw potatoes. Pancakes were made on Shrove Tuesday.

Brendan Walsh
Doon Ballybunion
This story was told to me by my father James Walshe

Stampy

Stampy was made on Michaelmas night. It used to made when the people were diging the potatoes. Sampy was made from raw potatoes grated fine and the water squeezed out of them then the water was put aside and strained four or five times then it is used for starch.
Then the potatoes were grated fine and mixed with flour and sour milk and salt and a grain of bread soda. Then it was baked in a griddle.
Brendan Walshe
Doon Ballybunion
This story was told to me by my mother Mrs Walshe

Collector
Brendan Walshe
Gender
male
Address
Doon West, Co. Kerry
Informant
Mrs Walshe
Relation
parent
Gender
female
Address
Doon West, Co. Kerry
Language
English