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 A Compendium of Irish Pints: The Culture, Customs and Craic
Author: Georgina Campbell
Ali Dunworth is well known as a writer, journalist, consultant and events curator ‘who loves writing and talking about food and drink so much that she’s made a career out of it’. And no better woman to come up with the idea for this brilliant book
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Mille Feuilles
Author: Georgina Campbell
Now growing into its role as a major player in Irish food and tourism, Waterford was in fine fettle at the recent Waterford Festival of Food in Dungarvan...
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Maheshwar Scrambled Eggs
Author: Darina Allen
May is National Egg Month - a time to celebrate one of the most versatile and nutritious ingredients in our kitchens, says Darina Allen, who also urges everyone to consider keeping a few hens in the garden for a supply of beautiful fresh eggs. Eggs are not only a breakfast staple but also an essential ingredient in a wide range of dishes - salads, sandwiches and wraps, salads, sauces, baking, cakes, desserts - so let's champion the humble egg for the month of May and beyond.
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Broighter Carrots
Author: Georgina Campbell
Celebrating the seriously good things in food and hospitality that North Antrim and nearby areas have to offer was the theme at a ‘Giant Taste of Causeway Coast and Glens’ event that I was fortunate enough to attend recently.
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Spring Chicken in a Pot
Author: Darina Allen
Ever the champion of good, simple food, who better than Darina Allen to raise a cheer for the current elevation of the humble cabbage? Here she explains why she’s loving the renaissance of this plentiful, cheap and nutrient-loaded (“Cabbage is super cool; wouldn't that just amuse our Grannies!”) and shares some super recipes that demonstrate its delicious versatility.
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Parknasilla
Author: Rachel Gaffney
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas is thinking history this month…A ‘Culturally Curious’ traveller herself, she wonders how – and why - we decide on staying at a particular hotel. For some, perhaps, it’s to “…visit the past, enjoy the present and look forward to the future”. And her comments on Queen Victoria’s 1861 visit to Killarney are especially relevant now, as we mark the 10th anniversary of a modern tourism game-changer, the Wild Atlantic Way.
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Ballintubbert House & Gardens
Author: Rachel Gaffney
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas introduces an exciting new garden event that’s taking place this April at Ballintubbert House & Gardens in County Laois
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Grow it Yourself
Author: Michael Kelly
100,000 Children set to Grow their own Food this year with GIY & SuperValu’s ‘Let’s GROW’ Initiative
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Jerusalem Artichokes
Author: Darina Allen
As we come out of the long winter months, many of us have had conditions that needed antibiotic treatment - but how many of us think afterwards about repairing the collateral damage that antibiotics cause? What’s needed is a system reboot to get the good microbes working again says Darina, who has long been a champion of boosting the gut biome with natural foods. Here she explains why microbes matter to our health and wellbeing - and shares some simple recipes that our guts will love.
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IFWG Awards
Author: Georgina Campbell
Now in their 31st year, the Irish Food Writers' Guild Food Awards are very special. The Guild advocates for ethical practices in Ireland's food and drink sector and the awards are a unique independent celebration of sustainable excellence, promoting 'distinguishable quality in Irish produce and its committed creators'.
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