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By Mark Keane You walk into the office on Monday morning, grab yourself a coffee and exchange small talk with your co-workers. It’s generally not the most exciting part of your week, unless you had gone to the Alltech Craft Brews and Food fair over the weekend. If you were one of the lucky 10,000 attendees that...

By Mark Keane Be warned, this week’s Bite-size news is going to leave you hungry and thirsty! Doughnuts, doughnuts everywhere! All rights reserved It seems every week there is fresh news about doughnuts. Revolution Bakery is supplying more and more businesses like Bear Market in Blackrock and Emer’s Kitchen on Leeson...

By Manon Gustave For all of 2016, Northern Ireland will be the playing field for food addicts. Every month, a type of food theme will be honored through food trails, markets, beer and food tastings. Restaurants will redouble their efforts to showcase their food skills and the gastronomic potential of Northern Ireland....

By Mark Keane Got a food idea that you think will make you a fortune but you’re unsure how to get the ball rolling? Shane Bonner of “Newmarket Kitchen” in Bray has come up with the solution by merging the three concepts of kitchen space, incubation and office space into one for potential Irish food start ups. He came...

By Mark Keane We’ve got all your food and drink needs covered with our Bite Size news of the week! Revolution Bakery doughnuts All rights reserved Want to take a page out of Hank Scorpio and Homer Simpson’s book and improve work productivity by 2%, then follow their motivational techniques of doughnuts with the...

By Mark Keane Sound the horns, the fries are coming! Abrakebabra have been hard at work creating their next hit-in-the making range. Their constant desire to be innovative and satisfy customers cravings, has led them to the creation of their “Loaded Fries” which were originally inspired by the Abra Taco Fries. What...

By Mark Keane Back in 2013 the inaugural “Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest of Food and Wine” brought 8,000 people onto the Cork grounds. It soon became known as one of the world’s top food festivals, getting coverage from the likes of the New York Times, Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal. As you would expect,...

By Mark Keane New year, new you, at least that’s the aim. Getting fit and keeping that mind sharp can be hard to fit into your daily routine, especially if you don’t like playing Sudoku. The way around this, as you would imagine, is by using apps! We’ve compiled a list of the best ones that will help alleviate stress,...

By Mark Keane We’ve got you covered with the latest food and drink news for January!   Cantina Ireland All rights reserved Food trucks have been slow to take off in Ireland, but later this month the folks behind “Cantina Ireland” are going to fill that gap with their authentic Mexican burritos and tacos. Having...

By Manon Gustave Saba is one of  Dublin’s most loved Thai restaurants is well knows for offering a varied choice of healthy Thai cuisine already. But, things just got healthier, step foward the ‘Caveman’ menu! It looks gorgeous and will make you look gorgeous too! All rights reserved. It’s mid-January, your New Year...