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- Three meals were eaten per day in the olden times. The names of the meals were the breakfast the dinner and the supper. The breakfast consisted of yellow meal porridge and thick milk. The dinner consisted of potatoes and mashed turnips with a burst lard bladder over them to flavour them. How it was done was a bladder was hung up on the roof of the house and burst by the means of a poker and some of the fat dropped on the turnips and the bladder is again hung up until the next day.
The people used to sit around a three leged table on the middle of floor. They also eat on a table which is hung on the wall. They had no cups but they used pint and jar inistead them. They had two kinds of porridge - yellow and oaten meal and yellow meal.
When tea first came into use. The people did not know how to use it. They use to put the tea leaves into the teapot and then put the boiling over them. They then throw the water and eat the leaves with sugar over them.Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.