Go raibh maith agat
or thank you in Irish.
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I’ve called this series our Irish Ancestral and Heritage Trail E-mail Series, and I hope you’ll enjoy these carefully curated recipes and ramblings.
What to Expect Along The Way:
The first few e-mails you’ll receive are designed for new readers, and help introduce how this website works, and how we strive to create a warm, welcoming, and supportive Irish American Community here.
After that you’ll see an additional email on Wednesdays, highlighting our culture and heritage.
We’ll take a look at hidden gems along the highways and byways of Ireland, delve into our culture and customs, and share a few of the most popular recipes found on this site.
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Thank you for all of your support, your kind words, and especially for joining me on this Irish American journey of discovery.
Le gach dea-ghuí,
With every good wish (or prayer)
Mairéad – Irish American Mom
P.S. Here are some tips for pronouncing these words and phrases from the Irish language.
Pronunciation of Mairéad – rhymes with parade and it’s Irish for Margaret.
Pronunciation of “le gach dea-ghuí” is leh gock jah-gwee and literally means with every good prayer.
Pronunciation of “go raibh maith agat” is ghu rev maw ah-gut and literally means may you have goodness with you.