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Grow It Yourself
Author: Michael Kelly
The summer harvesting of salads and tomatoes might be easing off a little, but it’s replaced by an abundance of apples. The joy of having your own fruit trees is that September brings gluts of fruit but on the flip side the challenge of having your own fruit trees is that you have do something with those gluts…! This week I have been grappling with buckets and trugs-full of apples.
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Lemon Tree
Author: Georgina Campbell
Renowned for its lovely fresh fish, delicious home baking and friendly atmosphere, Joan Boland's gem of a café-restaurant is well worth the short walk up from the harbour at Dunmore East.
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Rachel Gaffney
Author: Rachel Gaffney
On recent visits to Ireland, the famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas enjoyed some great hospitality and good service - and, as we all do, some not so good too…
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Drummond House garlic
Author: Darina Allen
A great day out. . .This month Darina recalls a brilliant day of discovery in the Boyne Valley area
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From Tide to Table
Author: Georgina Campbell
We’re delighted to announce the arrival of a new edition of Ireland’s original ‘seafood bible’, From Tide To Table - Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Buying, Preparing & Cooking Fish and Seafood.
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Georgina Campbell Awards 2020
Author: Georgina Campbell
From Ireland’s best street, ethnic and seafood to the finest host and the most pet-friendly destination, winners of Georgina Campbell Irish Food & Hospitality Awards 2020, in association with AIB announced
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Awards 2020
Author: Georgina Campbell
Full Citations Georgina Campbell Irish Food & Hospitality Awards 2020
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Foragers Salad
Author: Darina Allen
This month Darina talks about a childhood pastime that later got a posh name: Foraging
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GIY Tomatoes
Author: Michael Kelly
The veg patch feels like a hard task master right about now, churning out seemingly never-ending gluts of produce. There’s a level on which I feel grateful for this abundance, particularly when it’s all laid out in big beautiful trays, buckets or bowls. But there’s another level in which I feel “ENOUGH ALREADY”, particularly when said trays, buckets or bowls of produce have been hanging around the kitchen for 3 days and I know I have to do something with them.
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Waterfront House & Restaurant Seafood Platter
Author: Georgina Campbell
Poised promisingly just across the road from Enniscrone's famous beach - and a couple of doors from the even more famous Kilcullen’s Seaweed Baths (est. 1912) - this pleasant boutique hotel came into energetic new ownership in 2018.
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