The flag of Ireland is a tricolour of green, white and orange. The colours represent the Gaelic tradition (green) and the followers of William of Orange in Ireland (orange), with white representing the peace between them. It was adopted as the flag of the Irish Free State since 1922 till nowadays.
Irish is the "national language" according to the Constitution, but English is the dominant language.
As a result of immigration, Polish is the most widely spoken language in Ireland after English, with Irish as the third most spoken. Several other Central European languages (namely Czech, Hungarian and Slovak), as well as Baltic languages (Lithuanian and Latvian) are also spoken on a day-to-day basis.
One-pot cooking doesn’t get much simpler than Irish stew, which was traditionally made with mutton, slowly stewed for hours until the meat was tender, with onions, potatoes and some adding carrots to the pot. These days, you’re more likely to find Irish stew made with lamb, with herbs added for depth of flavour.