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What to Eat Now - More Please! by Valentine Warner
Author: Cookbook Reviews
Two very appealing new cookbooks have hit my desk recently, and both will merit a re-visit later in the year, as there are some delicious recipes well worth sampling. What To Eat Now - More Please! by Valentine Warner is inspirational for its' use of what are mostly familiar everyday ingredients at the peak of their perfection, while Green & Black's Chocolate Recipes is full of all sorts of luscious items that should only be seen as special treats.
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Rathmullan House - County Donegal ireland
Author: Just Ask
The “Just Ask!” Restaurant of the Month winner for July is Rathmullan House, Rathmullan, Co Donegal, a gracious nineteenth century house set in lovely gardens on the shores of Lough Swilly which has been run as a country house hotel by the Wheeler family since 1961, and is currently under the energetic management of William and Mark Wheeler, and their wives Yvonne and Mary.
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The Galway Ingredient
Author: Cookbook Reviews
A small group of Euro-Toques chefs (members of the non-elitist international chefs’ organisation dedicated to safeguarding culinary heritage) got together to celebrate the food of the area - and the recent Volvo Ocean Race stopover - in a DIY recipe book, The Galway Ingredient.
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Gerry Galvin's Seafood Coddle
Author: Georgina Campbell
Whether you’re in a smart seafood restaurant such as The King Sitric of Howth or O’Connors of Bantry, relaxing in a pub like Mary Ann’s in Castletownshend or The Lobster Pot in Carne – or in your own back garden, this is the perfect time of year to make the most of seafood from Irish coastal waters. Quickly cooked and easily served with accompaniments that can be prepared ahead, seafood is ideal for barbecues and summer salads and entertaining.
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Connemara Smokehouse Products
Author: Special Irish Foods & People Who Make Them
Smoked fish has always been an important part of Irish life, valued both for its flavour (very useful for making a simple diet more interesting) and its good keeping qualities. And it’s never been more popular than it is today, as discerning diners, chefs and home cooks all take pride in seeking out the very best smoked fish available.
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Hilton Park - Clones County Monaghan Ireland
Author: Lucy Madden
There is a handwritten card of the utmost sadness pinned up in our local shop, and it reads: 'Polish woman desperate to work. Will do anything.' Whoever would have thought even a year ago that things would have come to this, and so quickly?
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http://www.ireland-guide.com/recipes/gigot_lamb_chops_with_paprika.7912.html
Author: News
Over the June Bank Holiday weekend, Bord Bia launched its new season lamb campaign, promoting great tasting leg of lamb recipes for weekends and special holiday occasions. Award winning chef Neven Maguire was on hand with a reminder that “great food starts with great ingredients” and that new season lamb is both delicious and easy to cook.
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Over the Moon Restaurant - Skibbereen County Cork ireland
Author: Just Ask
The “Just Ask!” Restaurant of the Month winner for June is Over The Moon, Skibbereen, Co Cork, which is run by François and Jennifer Conradie who moved from Cork city (where they had both worked in Jacobs on the Mall) in 2007, to set up their own first restaurant in this bustling West Cork market town.
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Hilton Park - Clones County Monaghan Ireland
Author: Lucy Madden
Lucy Madden recalls a busman's holiday to Edinburgh, winding up in the B&B from hell, and begins to understand just why we should be grateful for the exceptionally high levels of inspection by the Irish Tourist Board (Fáilte Ireland).
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St Tola Organic Goats Cheese
Author: Special Irish Foods & People Who Make Them
The revival and development of Irish farmhouse cheesemaking over the last 30 years has seen some extraordinary enterprises take root and thrive – including St Tola Organic Goats Cheese, which is produced in the West of Ireland by Siobhan Ni Ghairbhith on the family farm at Inagh, Co. Clare; a village just south of The Burren and nine miles north-west of Ennis, it is easily identified by the Biddy Earley Brewery at the cross roads, which was Ireland’s first brewery pub...
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