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Burns Butchers

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Burns Butchers
North Square, Sneem Co Kerry
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Burns Butchers

The popular Sneem black pudding originated in this little butchers and is still made here, baked like a big cake and sliced as required.


Kieran Burns is a fourth generation butcher and it was his grandmother, Margaret (Clifford) Burns, who came up with their recipe for Sneem black pudding in the 1960s. It is made with oatflakes and, unlike most black puddings which are boiled in a casing, hers was baked in the oven; it's still made by the same recipe today.

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