‘Irish Mammies Aren’t Passing Down Cooking Skills’

Written 4 weeks ago by Mary Kate Findon


A new study has found Irish mammies aren’t passing down cooking skills to their kids.

The research supported by Safefood says the mother has been consistently identified as the primary source for learning cooking skills.

However, it found that the culture within the kitchen has dramatically changed in the 21st century, with both parents working

Cullohill’s Darina Allen from Ballymaloe Cookery School says parents nowadays are reluctant to ask their children for help around the house: