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Caifé na Caolóige at Louis Mulcahy Pottery - Crab Salad
Author: Just Ask
Sixteen kilometres west of Dingle, on the gorgeous Slea Head Drive, there is a special treat in store for hungry visitors. Just off the road you’ll spot some of the trademark Louis Mulcahy ceramics in the garden of a low-key house that looks as if it may once have been residential, and here you’ll find the famous Louis Mulcahy pottery, shop - and café.

O'Neill's The Point Bar - Caherciveen
Author: Marilyn Bright
This month Marilyn Bright talks to Michael O'Neill of O'Neill's The Point Bar, Renard Point, Caherciveen, Co Kerry; with a big reputation for ultra fresh seafood, the 'simplest is best' mantra at this immaculate little bar clearly works

St Tola Goats
Author: Georgina Campbell
The goat is the most widely used farm animal in the world for its milk, the cheese and its meat - yet, astonishingly, we hardly use it at all here, except for cheese.

Globe Artichokes
Author: In Season
On our travels this summer I’ve been surprised to see that wintry favourite, Jerusalem artichoke, on a number of menus where seasonality is usually observed. Perhaps chefs are somehow confusing them with the splendid globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus) the handsome architectural member of the thistle family that is a cultivated form of the cardoon, and in season now.

Toby Simmonds & Johnny Lynch of Toonsbridge Dairy
Author: Georgina Campbell
Toby Simmonds is a legend of alternative thinking in the Irish food world - in 1993 he started a venture that many said would never work, The Real Olive Company, at a stall in Cork’s English Market. It was a huge success.

Burren Wild Baker, Recipes from Ireland’s Most Charming Farmhouse, by Kasha Connolly (Hazel Mountain Publications 2014, hardback 78pp €20).
Author: Cookbook Reviews
A touch of summer magic comes into play this month, as we look at a couple of quirky cookbooks from original cooks in Clare and Kerry - and also an unusual supermarket magazine, Fresh, which has the focus very clearly on local Irish producers and suppliers, some of whom are graduates of The Food Academy, a collaboration between Bord Bia, Local Enterprise Offices and SuperValu that provides support for start-up businesses. And, with that in mind, we're thinking ahead to the 'new school year' time, when we're all in the mood to learn and begin new projects - whether that is starting a new food enterprise or re-energising your business, 'Money For Jam' and 'Sales Tales' are sure to inspire you.

N17 Brewery
Author: Kristin Jensen
This series is all about Irish craft brews and, for August, our expert columnist and food blogger KRISTIN JENSEN introduces a delicious beer from a very promising newly launched brewery

Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Here is a piece for August about a very simple restaurant we ate in in the Aveyron. Common in France thirty years ago these experiences are quite rare now. The images show the progression of the very simple but delicious apricot tart.

Map of Ireland
Author: Rachel Gaffney
Rachel Gaffney, the famous foodie who's flying the tricolour for us in Texas compares some visitor expectations with their actual experiences in Ireland - and feels gratified

Courgette at Castlefarm
Author: Jenny Young
We have been walking the farm on a weekly basis to manage our dairy herds grazing. The gorgeous warm July and its lack of rain means our organic grass is sparse. We have had to feed silage ground, earmarked for winter feed. Hopefully we will not have to buy in too much organic dairy feed this winter as a substitute.

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