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The Celtic Question
What is your favourite Celtic-inspired cuisine?
- Scottish Haggis 23%, 13 votes13 votes 23%13 votes - 23% of all votes
- Irish Chowder 23%, 13 votes13 votes 23%13 votes - 23% of all votes
- Welsh Rarebit 14%, 8 votes8 votes 14%8 votes - 14% of all votes
- Cornish Pasties 14%, 8 votes8 votes 14%8 votes - 14% of all votes
- Caldo a la gallega 12%, 7 votes7 votes 12%7 votes - 12% of all votes
- Manx Scallops 7%, 4 votes4 votes 7%4 votes - 7% of all votes
- Breton Moules & Frites 7%, 4 votes4 votes 7%4 votes - 7% of all votes
Total Votes: 57
May 3, 2023Polls Archive
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I just viewed your video and without a doubt it’s truly inspirational – even i live in Germany, and soon will be moving to Taiwan, I feel a real kinship to the Celtic Heritage. Looking forward to reading the next issue of Celtic Life International.
Well done , really nice video. Love to be able to share the url on social media. I will just use the the page URL. Well done folks , Thanks for keeping our Celtic roots relevant.
I love the magazine, although it is only sold, as far as I know, at Barnes and Noble in the Boston area here in New England. I am now waiting for the Jan/Feb issue to arrive in the store. I am 73 years old and retired. Being on a limited budget I can not subscribe to the magazine. According to my ancestry I am Enlgish, Irish and Welsh.
I just want to congradulate you on 30yrs!
I watched the video; I think that I will subscribe a little later. What attracts me somewhat to the celts is the mention of the druids and the things that they were able to do. I recognize in myself some of those qualities. My father was born in Alabama, USA and stated that the family was Irish, but I’ve had the feeling of home being in Scotland and pipes have always turned on. I don’t know of anyone in the area that follows this path, some help in that area would be appreciated,