A post by Dan Kamys at Chew On That
This week, we’ve got a bacon scented candle to give away! Yep, you read that right. Bacon. Scented. Candle. Read on for how to enter!
Yankee Candle makes some of our favorite aromatherapy items. That’s why we’re so excited to be bringing you a giveaway from them.
To enter to win the giveaway, do any or all of the following (and make sure to let us know how you entered below)!
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Like Yankee Candle on Facebook. Continue reading »
An idea that started a long time ago, has finally come to life today and I am very thrilled to introduce you to FEAST: A Dinner Journal! It's a unique quarterly food magazine in that all the features lead to one final meal, a celebration of passionate food producers and craft. It's been quite a journey to get to today and we have travelled all over Ireland to shoot the photography for each seperate feature.
In this first issue the focus is on, just some of Ireland's most exciting names in food, who have kindly shared their recipes for a course in our FEAST. A small but very dedicated team have worked with me on this so a massive thank you to Ross Golden Bannon, Sharon Hearne Smith, Jane Matthews and Sofie Larsson for all the time and long hours put in. Continue reading »
Midleton Farmers Market
Midleton Farmers Market is on tomorrow morning, as it is on every Saturday morning. You’ll find it very close to Supervalu.
There are dozens of stalls available. Ahern’s Organic Farm is based just outside Midleton and is run by the Ahern family. Continue reading »
Tea Rooms, Farmers Market at Doneraile Court
Tea Rooms in the old kitchen,
open daily, and a Farmer’s Market (on the 1st and 3rd Sunday
of each month) are among the recent attractions added to Doneraile Court. The
old pile itself, just off the main street in Doneraile, is surrounded by hundreds
of acres of parkland where you have a great selection of walks, including some that
take you past herds of deer and by the banks and bridges of the River Awbeg. Continue reading »
(c) Cliona O’Flaherty
Eeekkk! Check me out in the ‘My Style’ feature of the current issue of Image Magazine….basically all boils down to me coming clean and face to face with my addiction to shopping, hoarding and colour after all these years. Thank you so much to Suzie Cohen at Image mag for making me sound amazing and fab photographer Cliona for making me look..well, like the Holy Mary! Continue reading »
A post by Caroline at Bibliocook
It’s a simple thing: pay a fiver in to the local primary school on a sunny Sunday for a purple wristband, a bowl and fork. Wind your way through the throng in the main hall to fill the bowl with Korean chicken stew with noodles, fried plantain, Lithuanian potato dumplings and wild mushroom sauce –… Continue reading »
Lately, I’ve found myself craving smoothies. Not just the typical strawberry-banana smoothie, but a smoothie with a tropical blend that will make me feel like I’m lying on a beach somewhere. Unfortunately, I’ve had trouble finding quenching smoothies that won’t ruin my diet. Some smoothies are so high in calories that I might as well have a meal at McDonalds. Continue reading »
I’m sorry for my absence, it wasn’t you it was me. Most definitely me. But I was always told not to air my dirty laundry in public so I will keep all my secrets for my absence to myself. But … Continue reading →. Continue reading »
A post by Gastrogirl at Gastronomics.ie
I recently read a book called “The Things That Keep Us Here”. As this isn’t a book-reviewing blog (yet!), I’ll keep it simple. Bird Flu hits. Birds die. Bird Flu mutates. People die. The end.
Apart from the book being a compelling read, motoring on at a fine clip and leaving me petrified of every sniffle and cough, it also got my thinking about the “what if” questions about survivialism. Continue reading »
Food and Drink Spotting
Darina Allen stepping it out at Ballycotton!
and Song in Ballycotton
All the Ballycotton businesses have teamed up
together to offer a June Bank Holiday weekend of seafood, shanty, free family
entertainment and the famous Ballycotton craic to all.
“Come and see everything Ballycotton has to offer this
June Bank Holiday weekend. Continue reading »
A post by Nessa Robins at Nessa's Family Kitchen
I could barely contain
my excitement as the postman handed me a parcel with a “New Island” sticker on
the front. Continue reading »
L & B x. Continue reading »
I’m very pleased to present forkful, a series of food videos that I’ve been making with my friend Mark Duggan. We’ve highlighted a simple winter-meets-summer recipe for our first outing and we get a little help from Daffodil in the kitchen. We’re proud to present them in partnership with Le Cool, who featured us in today’s Food Issue.
Get the recipe in all its sweet detail on www.forkful.tv.
The post Introducing forkful appeared first on I Can Has Cook?. Continue reading »
The M&S Dine In for Two for €13.50 is back on this weekend, with a few new items on the menu including Chicken Piri Piri and Pork Escalopes with Peperonata sauce.
I was in there last weekend and they were doing a similar offer of Dinner for Two for €8.50, which comprised a main, side and dessert. Basically it appeared to be Dine in For Two without the wine, so it’s a good deal if you’re not interested in the wine part.
Full menu on the M&S website. Continue reading »