an Irish dish made of cabbage, kale, or other greens, and potatoes boiled and mashed together.
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How to use colcannon in a sentence
Come Halloween, per Irish custom, the restaurant will slip wrapped coins into its colcannon.Mattie & Eddie’s channels the Irish spirit of a veteran chef’s grandparents | Tom Sietsema | May 21, 2021 | Washington Post
I’d order the pork belly just for the chance at colcannon, some of the dreamiest mashed potatoes of any country’s repertoire.Mattie & Eddie’s channels the Irish spirit of a veteran chef’s grandparents | Tom Sietsema | May 21, 2021 | Washington Post
colcannon, kol-kan′on, n. an Irish dish, being a stew of pounded cabbage and potatoes with butter.
British Dictionary definitions for colcannon
a dish, originating in Ireland, of potatoes and cabbage or other greens boiled and mashed together
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