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- The old people had but three meals a day. In Knocknaboul and Tirnaboul they had only two, the breakfast and supper. The breakfast in all places consisted of goats milk, salt and oaten meal. Many a man went out before his breakfast cut and shelled oats, ground it in the "curran", and ate it for his breakfast. The "curran" was a round stone with a hole in the centre, and another stone to grind the oats. Potatoes were eaten only once a day.
Very seldom had people a table or chair. The keeler turned upside-down served as a table and a sod of turf as a chair. The only bread eaten was oaten meal, mixed with goats milk, and this was only done on special occasins.
"Jack the Fish" used to come around(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.
- Díarmuid Óg Ó Cróinín