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High up in West Waterford’s wonderfully away-from-it-all Nire Valley, the Wall family’s gloriously rural country guesthouse in Ballymacarbry Co Waterford has welcomed guests since 1986 - so they’ve had plenty of practice in getting things right for guests
From the terrific autumn crop of food books that’s piling up on my desk, I’ve selected two especially gift worthy volumes for this month’s reviews. Trish Deseine’s new book, HOME: Recipes from Ireland (Hachette Cuisine; hardback, 356pp; photography by Deirdre Rooney; €29) & SEA GASTRONOMY Fish & Shellfish of the North Atlantic by Michael O’Meara (Artisan House hardback 440pp with original photography by the author, €30)
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas tells us all about the Texas Emerald Ball that’s to be held next March - and some of the people who are involved with it…
West of Ireland food writer Anne Marie Carroll reports on an extraordinary event that took place in Galway last month - Food on The Edge.
This month: Martin extols the virtues of an heroic piece of low-tech kitchen equipment - his Passe-Légumes
In the latest of her series on the Year of Irish Design Aileesh Carew picks some favourites from the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland’s seasonal campaign, which highlights the choice of gifts designed and made in Ireland.
What it means to be an organic farmer in Ireland today … Jenny Young writes about life and work on an organic mixed farm in Co Kildare - and selling its produce
Faced with a lack of vines in Ireland but an abundance of apples, what’s a specialist with twenty years’ experience in the industry and a diploma in wine-making to do? Making cider was the obvious choice for Simon Tyrrell, who teamed up with Angus Craigie in 2011 to produce their flagship cider, Ballyhook Flyer, on Angus’s farm in Co Wicklow.
Camerino Bakery celebrated one year in business on November 1st and, as Dee Laffan discovered when talking to the lady behind the baked treat emporium on Capel Street, Dublin 1 about her success, her love of baking is surpassed only by her love of Ireland.
Pumpkins are not just for Halloween, as - like other so-called winter squashes - they store well after ripening and can be kept throughout the winter, making a versatile addition to the usual range of vegetables.