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How to make Colcannon mashed potatoes?

Start with boiling the red potatoes. I prefer using red potatoes as I love their texture and flavor . As the potatoes are being cooked, sautéthe onion in a large pan until golden brown and then add the shredded cabbage and cook for about ten to fifteen minutes until it’s soft and flavorful. Once the red potatoes are fully cooked, drain and start mashing them. Add in butter and milk and mash until everything is fully combined.

red potatoes as I love their texture and flavor

Add the sautéed onion and cabbage to the mashed potatoes and stir well. Add in salt and pepper to taste and serve warm. It’s such a comforting appetizer! I always make sure to make a large batch as one serving is totally not enough!

We love serving it with a type of protein such as chicken. Cooked Perfect Fire Grilled Chicken is a great addition to Colcannon mash to turn it into a delicious meal with tons of flavor. It’s grilled over an open fire which will lock the flavor for a juicy, flavorful chicken.

lock the flavor

Cooked Perfect Fire Grilled Chicken comes in many bold and unique flavors such as Buffalo Ranch, Wildflower Honey BBQ, Zesty Herb and Spice, Lemon Herb, etc. There are also a large variety of cuts for these flavors such as chunks, wings, drumsticks, tenders andthighs. It’s also super easy to prepare in the oven or the microwave.

This is a dish that my family likes a lot which actually is quite interesting to me because cabbage is not a common vegetable in Persian cuisine. It’s good to see that we have found another way to serve cabbage at home that goesbeyond salad. I love how soft and tasty cabbage is in Colcannon potatoes and the caramelized onion gives a subtle sweetness to this dish which is just perfect.

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Colcannon Mash is a delicious appetizer that's perfect forSt. Patrick’s Day. The easy and delicous combination of potatoes and cabbage is perfect!

Course Appetizer
Cuisine Irish
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Servings 6 servings
Calories 400 kcal
Author Shadi HasanzadeNemati
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In a large post, boil the red potatoes until fully cooked.

Meanwhile, heat olive oil in a large pan, saute sliced onion until golden.

Add in shredded cabbage and cook until it's soft and cooked. Add in salt and pepper.

Drain the potatoes and place them in a large bowl. Leave the skin on.

Mash the potatoes using a fork or a potato masher. Add in butter and milk, mix well.

Mix in the onion and cabbage mixture into the mashed potatoes. Mix in with chopped chives.

PrepareCooked Perfect Fire Grilled Chunks Buffalo Ranch according to the packaging. Serve with Colcannon Mash.

Recipe Notes

If chives are not available, use scallions to add more flavor to Colcannon Mash.

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Everything You Wanted To Know About New EU Data Protection Regulation But Were Afraid To Ask

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Anyone who has subscribed to mailing lists in recent years will have received an avalanche of emails concerning privacy policies and data handling. Some people might mistake this for concern, or a reflection of corporations’ guilty consciences. In reality, firms are scrambling to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on Friday May 25.Although the GDPR is theoretically supposed to grant consumers more power and control over their data, few people have a clear understanding of what it actually is and what it means for them. The regulation has been criticised for being too complex, even by corporate law standards. Here Youth Time will try to bring some clarity to a confusing and complex issue.

The GDPR is a new regulation that grants European citizens more control over their personal data. By personal data the EU is referring to a huge range of information that includes anything from a person’s name, to their cultural identity, health status, ID numbers, IP addresses, and online search history.

The legislation establishes a new set of responsibilities which companies handling the personal data of European citizens must comply with. It makes the rules uniform across nations, identifies national authorities charged with enforcing them, raises the financial penalties for non-compliance, expands the concept of ‘personal data’, and compels companies to notify consumers of a data breach within 72 hours.

All companies who manage the data of European citizens must be GDPR compliant. This means that Chinese or American companies must follow the rules when they handle EU citizen data, even if they have no offices in Europe. Facebook and Amazon are among the corporate giants who will be most affected but they have huge legal armies working on compliance. For small and medium-sized enterprises, making sure all the boxes are ticked is much harder.

At the consumer level, GDPR only impact EU residents. One of the most important features of the new law is that it gives ‘data subjects’ the right to demand companies reveal what information is stored about them. People can also ask for it to be deleted, corrected, or given to them in some electronic format. The problem is that data is often stored in multiple servers across different continents.

It is important to remember that the GDPR was passed by the European Parliament in April 2016 and so is not a direct response to recent controversies involving political use of social media. It replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive and companies were given two years to get prepared.

European leaders considered the update necessary after a series of data breaches and hacks made headlines. Identity theft and the sale of credit card numbers and other data became a cause of huge public concern. Regulators were also keen to get to grips with growing trends in digital marketing as legal experts raised concerns about the legality of third parties using personal data to advertise products.

Facebook and other social media outfits have updated their privacy policies to comply with the legislation. They will face much greater scrutiny from European regulators, particularly with respect to data harvesting and information stored on users aged under 16.

The idea that social media companies own the photos and profile information posted on their websites is thoroughly rejected by the GDPR. Companies must now have users’ clear permission before receiving their personal data or selling it on to third parties.

GDPR will not, however, have retroactive impact. This means that the 87 million Facebook users who saw their data harvested during the US presidential and Brexit political campaigns during the Cambridge Analytica scandal cannot take legal action under the GDPR. Had the rules been in place before, Facebook would likely have been fined billions of dollars for its complicity in data harvesting.

Business leaders steeped in a strong anti-regulation philosophy are widely opposed to GDPR. PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel has accused the EU of cracking down on Silicon Valley out of ‘jealousy’ because there are no giant tech firms in Europe. Other leaders are more positive and say GDPR has encouraged them to clean up their electronic records.

However, much of the business community remains in the dark about what GDPR means for them. More than half of affected companies are believed to be unsure what steps to take to comply. Some haven’t even heard of GDPR.

Yet the financial costs for non-compliance are huge. Regulators have the ability to fine companies €20 million or up to 4% of their global revenue, whichever is larger. This would amount to $7 billion for Amazon, or $1.6 billion for Facebook and likely cripple most smaller businesses.

This is the billion dollar question. Critics argue the GDPR is an expensive bureaucratic burden placed by EU regulators on businesses which will discourage innovation. There is also concern that in the era of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence the law could hurt Europe’s competitiveness

Optimists believe the GDPR could herald a new era of consumer control by shifting the balance of power away from corporations. In this view the rest of the world will follow the example set by the GDPR to create a harmonised data regime and a new contract between people and companies based on transparency and consent.

An interesting final question is how many people care? A survey of UK consumers found that around half would consider using GDPR to demand Facebook remove old or embarrassing photos from its server. But the general consensus is that people are quite happy for their data to be stored, regardless of legal questions of consent, if it gives them quick and easy access to social media and their favourite products.

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