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That sounds really good!!
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Can you describe what kind of cheese "Kerrygold Dubliner or Blarney Castle Cheese" is??
 

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MMM - I love Colcannon! Pronounced pretty much as spelled. Col-CAN-uhn I guess!

I know Kerrygold Dubliner is a Cheddar type cheese and I think the Blarney stuff is too - I always use cheddary ones when I make it.

(Irish person here, so I LOOOVEE Colcannon - in my blood!)
 

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Apparently the blarney castle cheese is "similar to a young dutch gouda" and dubliner is "similar to cheddar; and nutty, sharp and sweet" according to the kerrygold website. I tried the blarney castle one once, and it was very creamy and tasty!
When I made colcannon today, I just used some raw milk cheddar and mottzarella (basically what I had on hand
) and it still tastes great!
 
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