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Carrots
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin reveals ‘A Day in the Life…’ One of the things people are curious about our life here is how we manage our days, especially in the heat; the average temperatures here at the moment are bordering the early thirties.
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Windows
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin revels in the pleasure of favourite fruit grown in the right climate - and the perfect Greenhouse Salad
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Martin Dwyer on the Canal du Midi
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin takes time out from his enjoyment of food and drink and, instead, revels in the great engineering feat that is the The Canal du Midi - and the entertainment that it can provide.
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Vin de Noix
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. This month Martin shares a recipe for a very special drink with us: Vin de Noix
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Tranche St Remy
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin shares a very special recipe with us: Tranche St Remy. Last year I had a special dinner on my terrace for twelve people and I decided I wanted to produce a killer starter. I had a memory of an extremely delicious hors d’oeuvre which we used to produce in The Wife of Bath in Kent where I worked in the seventies under chef Michael Waterfield.
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Martin Dwyer - Nationwide
Author: Martin Dwyer
This month Martin reflects on an essential difference between the way the Irish and the French behave: La Politesse. I think that the question most often asked of us by Irish people here on holidays is as to how well we fit in with the village and its people here in France.
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Martin & Sile Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer, much missed in Ireland since he and his wife Sile sold their eponymous restaurant in Waterford and moved to France. They now live in the Languedoc, where they take guests - and feed them very well. Here’s his Day in the Life of a Maison d’Hote...
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Christmas Decorations
Author: Martin Dwyer
Even though we have been living full time out here for four or five years and spending a lot of time here before that, this turned out to be the first time we have spent Christmas out here, not just that but we persuaded the full family, daughters, sons in and out of law and the totally precious grandsons to come here for the holiday also.
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Thezan les Beziers
Author: Martin Dwyer
We may well have settled on the Languedoc for practical reasons but soon realised that it is a very special area indeed. It has a unique climate; our village of Thezan les Beziers is about 15 kilometres from the beaches on the Mediterranean Sea to the south and about the same distance from the Monts d’Espinouse, which are the continuation of the Montagnes Noires, to the North.
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Breakfast with Martin Dwyer
Author: Martin Dwyer
As a restaurateur in Ireland it often happened that a customer would shyly come up to one and confide that they “Always had an ambition to run a restaurant”. This was always a moment which required supreme tact. Without somehow giving the idea that one was a total martyr to the cause I always felt obliged to deliver the message that the restaurant business is not at all the glamorous one that people imagine. It requires large measures of stamina, tact, stoicism as well as the more expected flair for entertaining and genius in the kitchen.
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