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Author: Rachel Gaffney
The famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas reflects on some of things that struck her on a recent trip to Ireland - including the absence of the American accent - as she sets to work on summer 2021
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Carrot sea spaghetti salad
Author: Georgina Campbell
Thanks to this year’s travel restrictions, 2020 will go down as the year of the great Irish staycation. And that’s proving to be a silver lining of this challenging time as - just as we did in the recession, when foreign holidays were put on hold for different reasons - many of us have found ourselves exploring some of the quieter areas of Ireland, spending more time close to nature and enjoying the opportunity to forage for the plentiful free food that is to be found everywhere at this time of year...
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Strawberry and Pepper Jam
Author: Darina Allen
Time for a jam session! Celebrating this year’s bumper fruit crops, Darina shares her 10 golden rules for successful jam-making - even if you’re a complete novice
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Cazal Viel
Author: Martin Dwyer
An Irish Vigneronne in France: This month our Irish Chef in France, Martin Dwyer, tells the story of local wine producer Neasa Corish Miquel, who is from Foxrock, and her husband Laurent, whose family have had vineyards in the Languedoc since 1791
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Sligo Oyster Experience
Author: Aoife Carrigy
Aoife Carrigy heads west in search of the taste of the Flaggy Shore
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Irish Cider's Home Rules
Author: Aoife Carrigy
Aoife Carrigy talks to Seamus O’Hara of Drinks Ireland Cider about why Irish cider is at a seriously exciting stage in it millennia-long evolution
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The Future is Food
Author: John Mulcahy
Ireland’s first PhD in Food Tourism, John Mulcahy, speaks with vision and experience when he says the Covid cloud has a silver lining – the food in tourism
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Ballyvolane Salad
Author: Georgina Campbell
It’s all about the ingredients again this month - and why wouldn’t it be. High summer has brought an abundance of terrific Irish produce, so there’s no better time to keep it simple and spend less time in the kitchen - let seasonal foods do the talking on the plate...
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Rachel Gaffney
Author: Rachel Gaffney
This month the famous foodie who’s flying the tricolour for us in Texas shares her thoughts on Promoting Ireland – and draws our attention to a place that we already love which adds a whole new dimension to being ‘ pet friendly’!
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Elizabeth David
Author: Martin Dwyer
Euro-Toques chef Martin Dwyer and his wife Sile, formerly of the much-loved Dwyers restaurant in Waterford, now live in the Languedoc, where they normally take guests and feed them very well - although, this year, they have decided that the Covid-19 protocols are too restrictive and they will wait to re-open in 2021. This month: The influence that Elizabeth David had on Martin’s life (something so many food lovers have shared), and a lingering regret…
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