|Pavlova, a favorite dessert in Northern Ireland.|
The Ryandale , a restaurant in the small village of Moy, was where I had my first meal (and several more) in Northern Ireland. I opted for the traditional meal of bangers and mash. The sausage was prepared by the local butcher and was made of pork and leeks---very tasty. All of the meals we had there were very good and quite reasonably priced.
|Bangers (sausages) and mash (mashed potatoes) with gravy.|
|One of Ann's marvelous dinners. Roast chicken with gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, carrots and parsnips.|
|Thomas' dad, David, mashing the potatoes.|
|A traditional Irish dinner of roast beef, gravy, baked potato, green peas and Yorkshire pudding.|
|Elizabeth at the Donut Tree.|
|Elizabeth's apple cinnamon donut.|
|Honey Comb Ice Cream, a favorite in Ireland|
|Pavlova at the wedding dinner at the Parkanour.|
|The wedding cake at Thomas and Rebecca's wedding.|
*The wedding cake was made by Ann's nephew in England and brought over to Ireland by boat. The marzipan "bride and groom" atop the cake are so appropriate. Thomas is a photographer who often takes pictures of Rebecca, the fashion blogger, for her blog.