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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.
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Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, is much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well.
This month Martin recalls a major career change over four decades ago - and the lady who unwittingly played a key role in events at the time
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Martin Dwyer - Terrace Dinner
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, is much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month Martin extols the virtues of an under-rated region, The Languedoc.
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Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, is much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month Martin, observing the ways of his adopted country with amused delight as ever, lets us in on his Twenty things which say you are in France.
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Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, is much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month Martin finds amusement in on the way things in another country can sometimes get lost in translation.
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Strollers with Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, is much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month Martin whets our appetite for a visit to the Languedoc with an introduction to their strolling breaks, “A Taste of Languedoc Nature”.
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Gerona Food
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin recounts a very special experience: Dinner in El Celler de Can Roca It was a chance remark thrown out at a dinner party last Christmas here in our village in the south of France which started this particular ball rolling.
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Italy
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin recounts their first proper holiday since they set up business in France - A Fortnight in Italy. When we moved to France and therefore onto the Continent of Europe I imagined that we would be popping into the car every weekend we had free and tripping down the road to Italy, or Germany or Switzerland...
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Chateau de Teildras
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin recalls their connections over four decades with Chateau de Teildras, near Angers. This adventure in France which Sile and I are involved in at the moment was not our first. In 1974, a year after we were married we decided to give up all - I was a chef in Snaffles restaurant in Dublin, Sile a primary school teacher in Dublin’s Basin Lane - and move to France.
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Doves
Author: Martin Dwyer
This morning is one of the very few mornings we have woken up to a guest free house this summer and I imagined I would luxuriate in the bed until a sinful 8 or 9 o clock before going to the kitchen, in the dressing gown, for coffee. I woke however at 6.45 as usual, just before the bells start ringing in at seven, and the thought of drinking coffee in the cool of the terrace before the sun warmed it from the east seemed far more attractive than another snooze.
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