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Food on the Edge
Author: Anne Marie Carroll
Word from the West: West of Ireland food writer Anne Marie Carroll reports on Galway's second Food On The Edge international symposium It is said that behind every great man is a great woman - but in the case of JP McMahon, chef, restaurateur and occasional visionary, there are four. At least. Last month saw the second edition of Food on The Edge, the international food symposium held in Galway, a meeting of the most exciting minds and heavy-hitters from the culinary world.

Lammas Fair in the 1980s
Author: Georgina Campbell
Yellowman (aka Yellow Man, or Yellaman) is inextricably linked to the Auld Lammas Fair, which has been held in Ballycastle, Co Antrim on the last Monday and Tuesday of August since the 17th century, and is Ireland’s oldest fair. But, with the NI Year of Food 2016 calendar theme for November being ‘Legacy & Learn to…’, what product could be more appropriate to highlight this month?

Author: Jillian Bolger
All the fuss about The Great British Bake Off leaving the BBC has got Food & Travel Writer JILLIAN BOLGER thinking about CAKE SALES - and she is on a (slightly tongue in cheek) mission to raise standards at school halls around the country.

Terra Madre 2016
Author: Anthony O'Toole
Empowering the Youth and Cross Collaboration will grow Irish Food and Tourism, says our busy Failte Ireland Food Champion, Anthony O'Toole. There is such an abundance of local food tourism initiatives happening on our small green island that I do not know where to start telling you all about it. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been ‘at’ some exceptional festivals and events in Ireland and abroad.

Kimchi Veg
Author: Michael Kelly
We have a pretty fixed view of what makes up the human body – cells, blood, tissues, bone and so on. But, did you know that inside your gut you carry around a whopping 2kg of microbes, which consists of over 1,000 different species of bacteria that outnumber our cells 10 to 1?

Food & Drink in Ireland
Author: Georgina Campbell
An unusual crop of food and drink books has landed on my desk this autumn - less of the bumper cookbooks from TV shows and celebrity chefs, more of the reflective and genuinely interesting books that are a pleasure to read and add to our knowledge, often by reintroducing us to forgotten foods or lost techniques…Perfect gift material for the discerning food lover in your life, in fact - which may well be yourself.

Kristin Jensen
Author: Kristin Jensen
KRISTIN JENSEN - co-author of Slainte! The complete Guide To Irish Craft Beers and Ciders - introduces us to Northbound Brewery 26 Pale Ale

Jenny Young in CastleFarm Shop
Author: Jenny Young
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

View from Le Presbytere
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month: Martin continues his reflections on Finding Le Presbytere: Once we had decided that we wanted to settle in the Languedoc we headed back to that area as soon as Sile got her school holidays in 2006. By that time we had a check list of what we needed for our new venture.

Margaret & Laura Bowe
Author: Georgina Campbell
A fine regency house set in 40 acres of immaculately maintained gardens and woodland, Marlfield House Hotel was established by Ray and Mary Bowe in 1978 and has long been a byword for luxury, genuine hospitality and fine food - a place where everything is sure to be right for that special occasion.
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