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Chilli Peppers
Author: Michael Kelly
“Grand bit of spring in the air” the lady said to me as we stood waiting for the pedestrian lights to go green. “It’s lovely” I said and smiled back at her. And it was lovely to be walking along the quays in brilliant sunshine carrying my jacket under my arm. The combination of brighter mornings, longer evenings and mild weather had put a spring in my step and I was feeling chipper. I suspect I’m not alone.
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Irish Breakfast Awards 2019
Author: Georgina Campbell
Ireland’s best breakfasts, tastiest brunch venues and the ultimate Irish breakfast menu for 2019 revealed
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Basilico - Derrykeel Farm
Author: Georgina Campbell
Our “Just Ask!” Restaurant of the Month winner for February is Basilico, Oranmore, Co Galway
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Dandelion Salad
Author: Darina Allen
This month Darina talks about Food Trends for 2019, based on her observations over the past year. What’s hot - and what’s not
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Potatoes
Author: Michael Kelly
Most people sow their early potatoes outside in the vegetable patch in March, but if you have a polytunnel or greenhouse you can get started right now for a super early crop (May). Some years ago I went on a course with Jim Cronin over at his smallholding in Co Clare, and he outlined this method, which creates very deep beds and gives you an abundant crop.
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Pezenas Market
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford some years ago and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month: Martin visits his local market at Pezenas - and is reminded that French markets are still the bees knees
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Marmalade - the Bitter-Sweet Breakfast Treat
Author: Georgina Campbell
Now that most foods are available at any time of year, it’s hard to recall the excitement that the beginning of a new season used to generate. But there is still one exception to the rule that you can have whatever you like whenever you like: the season for Seville oranges...
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Nordic Bakery
Author: Georgina Campbell
Traditional baking is always of special interest at this time of year, and there’s no better time to focus on specialities from the Nordic countries. For the definitive reference, seek out the latest book by the acclaimed chef and photographer Magnus Nilsson of Fäviken Magasinet restaurant in Sweden, The Nordic Baking Book.
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Jerusalem Artichoke
Author: Michael Kelly
We harvested our Jersusalem artichokes in GROW HQ in the last month and they’ve started to appear on the menu in the café. When I started growing first I was confused about the difference between Jerusalem and Globe artichokes and wondered if it was just different names for the same vegetable. They are in fact entirely different vegetables that bear little resemblance to each other.
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Cauliflower Cheese
Author: Martin Dwyer
Well known in Ireland from their excellent restaurant in Waterford, Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer and his wife Sile now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month: Martin takes inspiration from an Irish vegetable mainstay and creates a dish that is still simple but comes with a certain continental ‘je ne sais quoi’.
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