Where To Eat In Dublin South

Where To Eat In Dublin South

Recently, Katy McGuinness published a review, that is what she does. The review itself is interesting but not the point of this article. Katy wrote one sentence which sums up perfectly how I feel about restaurants and it stirred me on to type away.  Katy wrote: “The city is in danger of losing fine establishments that have been around for... Read More

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Evelyn McLoughlin, Marketing Manager

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Evelyn McLoughlin, Marketing Manager

Evelyn McLoughlin has recently joined the Lily O’Brien chocolate family.  Evelyn McLoughlin is a marketing head. In the food industry, like in most industries, there are obvious jobs like chefs, front of house, butcher, grower, and then there are the less obvious ones, the back of houses ones, the admins, the payrollers, the managers, the marketers. Those less obvious roles... Read More

N’duja, Miso and Parsnip Soup

N’duja, Miso and Parsnip Soup

I declare soup season officially open.  This recipe was inspired by Jess Murphy, who just finished a year long residency in the Irish Times, where she shared a comforting recipe every weekend. It’s been a glorious ride and I really hope to see the day, where she writes a cookbook. That is definitely one I want to find on my... Read More

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Ruth Healy, Shop Keeper

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Ruth Healy, Shop Keeper

Ruth Healy owns a wonderful culinary store called Urru Culinary Store in Bandon, co. Cork.  Ruth Healy is some woman for one woman. She is a founding member of the Bandon Farmers Market and of the Bandon Food Trail, which is still going strong and which has a pumpkin carvin competition happening “right now” as I’m writing this article.  Ruth Healy... Read More

Accidentally Vegan Aubergine Recipe

Accidentally Vegan Aubergine Recipe

I find aubergines intimidating.  It’s not the girth that bothers me. There’s always some butter or a sharp knife for that. No, it’s the never quite knowing what to do with them.  Over the next few months, I’ll be trying random new things with aubergines, or eggplants if you’re that way inclined.  Hit me up with your ideas, the wackier,... Read More

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Janya Lyons, Restaurateur

Women Of The Irish Food Industry – Janya Lyons, Restaurateur

Janya Lyons owns Kin Khao Thai in Athlone and Maynooth.  Janya Lyons is an established restauranteur in the Irish midlands. She is a well travelled woman with a wealth of professional knowledge and experience. She relishes seeing generations of the same family come through her door and she is passionate about bringing authentic regional Thai food to Ireland.  After reading... Read More

Women Of The Food Industry – Frida Ronge, Culinary Director

Women Of The Food Industry – Frida Ronge, Culinary Director

Frida Ronge is coming to Food On The Edge 2019 to talk to us about Japanese food made with Nordic ingredients.  Frida Ronge is the daughter of a fishmonger from Gotheburg. Today she is the culinary director at Tak a high end restaurant which serves a mix of Japanese food with Nordic Flair in Stockholm. One thing that Frida Ronge... Read More

Women Of The Food Industry – Ghillie Basan, Food Writer

Women Of The Food Industry – Ghillie Basan, Food Writer

Ghillie Basan is coming to Food On The Edge 2019 to host a food story about Spirit & Spice, her most recent book.  Ghillie Basan is busy promoting her most recent book Spirit & Spice (affiliate link). It tells stories of food and whisky. She talks about spices and mixing them up with the most local Scottish ingredients. Much like... Read More

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