Irish Potato Farl is a quick, flat bread made with leftover mashed potatoes. Sometimes just fried up and eaten with butter as a snack, it is also served with a full Irish breakfast called an Ulster Fry, along with baked beans, tomatoes, sausage, bacon, black and white pudding. Funnily enough, I never tried to make this because I was afraid I would mess it up. I had an Irish great-grandmother who would make it by hand for the family, then my wonderful grandmother started making it too, but it always seemed to be magical and secret. Until I finally learned that my grandmother, at least, was using the food processor. So I decided that this St. Patrick’s Day I should grill some up.