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Ballymaloe House – History


…place of honey (possibly the Gaelic meaning of  Ballymaloe) Ballymaloe’s first structure would have been a wooden farm building with fields supported with milking herds. There would have been sheep, pigs, and fowl and the inhabitants would have eaten familiar foods such as: porridge, honey, trout, shellfish, milk and beef. Around 1450: Ballymaloe is  a […]

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