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GIY
Author: Michael Kelly
GIY founder Mick Kelly has plenty of advice for everyone who’s starting out to grow some food crops this year - and the great news is that you don’t even need a garden!
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Darina Allen
Author: Darina Allen
Darina shares the joy of new season rhubarb: “ I've just had my first rhubarb of the year, a sublime bowl of roast rhubarb drizzled with Jersey pouring cream…”
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Eat well to keep well
Author: Georgina Campbell
A year after Covid-19 first darkened our lives, things are beginning to look up at last - but we’re all getting really weary. So, now that we’re on the home straight and the prize is in sight, it’s more important than ever to focus on keeping well...
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Almond Tree
Author: Martin Dwyer
Martin and Sile Dwyer’s Chambre d’Hôte in the Languedoc has been closed by Covid for months on end and, as for everyone in lockdown, the daily walk has become their main highlight. As spring arrives, the foraging year begins, adding interest to their outings - and some of the wild food that’s there for the taking in France is surprisngly exotic…
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Between the Briars
Author: Georgina Campbell
Flowers are synonymous with Mother’s Day - but not all flowers are equal. Fresh, lively, seasonal flowers from a local grower will out-class the superficial perfection of imported ones any day - and many of our home grown blooms have beautiful natural fragrance too, which is rarely the case with those flown in from afar. And, as well as the pleasure given to the recipient, there’s the satisfaction of supporting Irish businesses too - just like our food producers, flower farmers urgently need our help.
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Greene's Cork
Author: Jillian Bolger
While St Valentine's Day will be very different this year, there are plenty of ways to make sure it's a memorable occasion - and an excellent start would be to order one of the many excellent celebration menus available for collection or delivery. Here's just a few of the best, selected by Jillian Bolger for you to choose from...
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Dr Jill Biden
Author: Rachel Gaffney
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas looks beyond the food world, to a different craft - and shares a proud connection between Ireland and the new First Lady’s beautiful outfit at the US Presidential Inauguration
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Grow It Yourself
Author: Michael Kelly
GIY founder Mick Kelly has plenty of ideas to keep us all busy and well fed this year
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Darina Allen
Author: Darina Allen
The beginning of February is very special in the Irish calendar and - although the meteorological beginning of spring is a month later - La Feile Bride, the feast day of Saint Brigid on 1st February, marks the start of the new season of seed sowing, when nature begins to spring back into life and hope is renewed. All the more reason to celebrate this year...
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A Chef in France
Author: Martin Dwyer
Martin and Sile Dwyer’s Chambre d’Hôte in the Languedoc has been closed by Covid for months on end. So now‘the dinner’ takes on a different role - and, simple as it is, Martin’s Lockdown Cauli story will resonate with many other cooks and chefs, no matter where they are.
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