Fireplace and Hearth

home cooking


Traditionally, rural Irish cottages had hearths which were used to both heat the home and for cooking purposes. An iron frame known as a crane which had a swinging arm would be attached to one of the fireplace walls. The arm was designed for hanging utensils and would be swung out and over the fire for cooking.


This page was added on 03/05/2018.

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