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Seville Oranges
Author: Georgina Campbell
It is a happy coincidence that – although now available all year round – vitamin-packed citrus fruits are in their peak season in January and February, bringing the scents and flavours of sunnier climes just when we need them most...
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Bake: Traditional Irish Baking with Modern Twists
Author: Georgina Campbell
Although we have many traditional bakes in Ireland for calendar festivals and other special occasions, there’s never any need for an excuse to do a bit of baking and it’s one of the things we do best...
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Cronin's Pub
Author: Georgina Campbell
From Ireland’s hospitality leaders, best hotels, fine dining and seafood to casual dining favourites and the most pet-friendly destination, winners of Georgina Campbell Irish Food & Hospitality Awards 2022 are announced
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Blasta Books - The United Nation of Cookies
Author: Georgina Campbell
When publisher Kristin Jensen’s brilliantly conceived Blasta Books hit the Irish publishing scene with a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign in May 2021, it was immediately obvious that something very different was afoot in the world of Irish cookbooks. Now, after the publication of three of the quartet of titles planned for 2022 – and the fourth, Wok, due out on November 3rd - their impact is astonishing.
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Martin Calvey
Author: Georgina Campbell
The annual Irish Food Writers’ Guild (IFWG) Awards have been announced. Fiercely independent and going strong since 1994, they are unique...
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Lily Ramirez-Foran
Author: Georgina Campbell
Authentic Mexican food may be in fairly short supply in Ireland but – as the founder of Ireland’s first Mexican boutique grocer and cookery school, Picado Mexican in Dublin, and now author of the first cookbook to be published in Ireland by a Mexican-Irish writer - Lily Ramirez-Foran is on a mission to change all that
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Pat Lalor Kilbeggin Oats
Author: Georgina Campbell
New year, new start - as good resolutions go, you couldn’t do better than resolve to eat more Irish oats. And it couldn’t be easier, or more reasonably priced, so there’s no excuse...
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Cava Bodega Tapas, A Taste of Spain in Ireland
Author: Georgina Campbell
With all the ‘will we won’t we’ nerves coming up to Christmas this year, there’s something comforting about considering alternatives to the traditional celebrations - and looking forward to cooking something unusual after the festive season...
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Author: Georgina Campbell
So much a part of our traditional Christmas, the edible chestnut, Castanea sativa, known as the Spanish or Sweet Chestnut, is a major food crop in some areas of Western Asia, North Africa and Southern Europe, especially the Mediterranean region.
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And For Mains
Author: Georgina Campbell
The first thing to say about And For Mains… is that it’s hugely entertaining. It’s not often that I sit down and read a cookbook right through from cover to cover, but that’s what I did with this terrific first cookbook from Gareth (Gaz) Smith, chef and owner of Dublin restaurants Michael's and Little Mike's, and his friend and business partner, fourth-generation butcher Rick Higgins of Higgins Family Butchers in Sutton...
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