Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Aisling Flanagan, Sheep Milk Farmer

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Aisling Flanagan, Sheep Milk Farmer

Aisling Flanagan is a woman on a mission. That mission, if you choose to accept it, is for you to eat sheep milk yogurt. It has nothing added and...

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Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Róisín Matthews, Educator

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Róisín Matthews, Educator

Róisín Matthews owns Mess Chef, a business which offers cookery and sensory play classes.  There is more and more talk around the fact that food education matters greatly and...

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Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Oonagh O’Dwyer, Wild Food Educator

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Oonagh O’Dwyer, Wild Food Educator

Oonagh O’Dwyer is the woman behind the Wild Kitchen in the Burren.  I met Oonagh O’Dwyer in Ballyvaughan, in the late winter 2018 and I have been following her adventures...

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Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Karen Smith, Pastry Chef China Sichuan

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Karen Smith, Pastry Chef China Sichuan

Karen Smith is the Pastry Chef in China Sichuan.  China Sichuan is a hidden gem. It’s located in Sandyford and constantly mobbed with locals. The food is good, the...

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Left-Over Lamb And Peas – Spring In A Plate

Left-Over Lamb And Peas – Spring In A Plate

You’ve had your Easter dinner and more than likely it was lamb. If you’re anything like me, you might have done a joint big enough for ten people when...

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Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Sarah Kelly, (Village) Butcher

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Sarah Kelly, (Village) Butcher

When I started this column, in the early winter 2018, Sarah Kelly was one of the first three women I asked would they consider being featured.  Sarah Kelly, owns...

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N’Duja Pasta Bake – A Recipe For When You Need A Quick Bite

N’Duja Pasta Bake – A Recipe For When You Need A Quick Bite

N’duja is spicy sausage spread from Calabria in Italy. You don’t need to cook it, it’s spreadable and it is delicious on warm toasted bread. N’duja contains chilis so...

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Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Róisín Gillen, Chef

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Róisín Gillen, Chef

Róisín Gillen is some woman for one woman. It’s hard to talk about Róisín Gillen without mentioning her close working relationship with Damien Grey. Although Damien was the face...

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Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Sandy Harrington, Chef Manager

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Sandy Harrington, Chef Manager

Sandy Harrington is the Chef Manager at Bandon Grammar School.  As this series keeps running, it is becoming evident that there are so many roles in the irish food...

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New Restaurant Trends From Around The World

New Restaurant Trends From Around The World

I always like to keep an eye on new restaurants around the world, as what’s happening today in Tokyo will soon be happening in a Restaurant in Limerick or...

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