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Q & A: Chef appreciates rustic appeal of Irish cuisine

Tim James, executive chef of The Local Pub and Teahouse in Saratoga Springs, begins to prepare Bangers and Mash, a popular dish here and in Ireland.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Tim James, executive chef of The Local Pub and Teahouse in Saratoga Springs, begins to prepare Bangers and Mash, a popular dish here and in Ireland.
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Tim James is cooking corned beef today and Monday. St. Patrick’s Day weekend means celebration of Irish heritage. For James, head chef at The Local Pub and Teahouse — a Saratoga Springs restaurant that includes bunches of Irish-style dishes — there may be whiskey in the jar. But there will also be bangers on the plate. Bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie and the ploughman’s lunch may be kitchen favorites as the long Irish weekend heralds ...

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