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Wholewheat Chestnut Bread
Author: Martin Dwyer
This is really a marriage between Languedoc and Ireland. Since we moved to France from Ireland to open our Chambre d’Hote here in the Languedoc we have been very aware that, in our own small way, we are flying a flag for Ireland, not just for Ireland but in particular for Irish food.
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Cook Well Eat Well by Rory O'Connell
Author: Darina Allen
I love Rory O’ Connell’s new book, sounds a bit soppy but I‘m a big fan of my brother’s food, simple beautiful and delicious – Rory and I started the Ballymaloe Cookery School together in 1983 and his first book Master It ,published in 2013, was long overdue. Since then he has gained a loyal and growing fan base, both for his TV programmes and his much anticipated book number two Cook Well Eat Well.
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Raised Bed
Author: Michael Kelly
Over the last few years I’ve noticed a definite snootiness about using raised beds for growing food, which I find ridiculous. It’s almost like if you are not out there double digging your soil and breaking your back to suffer for your vegetables then it’s considered cheating. Personally I am all for the occasional cheat if it helps me to grow better veggies or helps me to grow them with less time and effort expended.
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Hotel Doolin Restaurant
Author: Georgina Campbell
This privately owned hotel has a vibrant local food philosophy (‘wherever possible using local produce, organic and homemade, homegrown ingredients’) that has earned it a reputation well beyond Doolin, or even the county
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Euro-Toques Award Winners
Author: Georgina Campbell
Held annually to recognise and celebrate the very best food being produced in Ireland, the Euro-Toques Food Awards were established in 1996 by the members of the Euro-Toques Food Committee, based on an original idea by the legendary Myrtle Allen.
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On Vegetables: Modern Recipes for the Home Kitchen, written with Noah Galuten, has recently been published by Phaidon (£29.95)
Author: Georgina Campbell
Although vegetables have only come into the culinary spotlight relatively recently, it’s hard to recall a time when they were inevitably relegated to the supporting cast, as ‘sides’ and many of our most creative chefs now make no bones about giving them the starring roles.
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Barbara Collins
Author: Barbara Collins
Barbara Collins introduces Northern Ireland’s newest members of Economusée, an international network of artisans renowned for their excellence.
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Jake McDorman in Ballydehob
Author: Rachel Gaffney
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas rustles up a short notice Irish trip for actor Jake McDorman and his childhood friend, Cole Evans
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Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Every so often I get a chance for reflection on our life here in the Languedoc and this morning, sitting at 7.00 in a guestless house, coffee in hand, enjoying the cool of the morning before the heat of the day descends, is a perfect one for such thoughts.
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Kimchi
Author: Georgina Campbell
In August, Irish Food Writers’ Guild members visited The Organic Centre in Rossinver, Co Leitrim, where Hans and Gaby Wieland showed us around the wonderful (and highly educational) gardens and treated us to one of the short courses that they hold regularly at the Centre.
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