Superbowl Snack

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by Gavan on February 1, 2014

I grew up eating this Irish classic, Kofta. Alright, maybe it’s not an Irish classic but I did eat plenty of these kebobs back home when I was younger usually after many pints in the pub. You’d have to be a little locked to eat them coz they aren’t the prettiest looking things clearly.

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