Posts Tagged ‘Irish’

There’s no doubt that Mexican is one of the nation’s favourite cuisines. With this realisation, many restaurants opened their doors stocking the finest dishes and taking burritos, tacos and quesadillas into the Irish lexicon.  To coincide with this week’s Taste of Mexico we’ve drawn up our Top 5 Favourite Mexicans to whet...

 By James Albert The winds of change are certainly upon us, as the stuttering Summer slipped into the brief Autumn. Some may be tempted to batten down the hatches and brace for a long cold Winter. We think there is still plenty on offer to make it worth braving the blustering wind and driving rain. As you make up your...

My first food memory? Rolled up homemade pancakes filled with jam that we ate with our hands. I think the memory comes from a photograph; myself and my twin sister were very young, and had to be propped up against the wall to eat the pancakes. Best local area for restaurants? I live in Dublin 8, but I tend to end up...

By Lynn Kuehner It’s not the first time he did it. To be specific, it’s the sixth time! Donal Skehan published a new cookbook which is in shelves since the end of October. “Fresh” is full of simple, delicious recipes to make you feel energised: for breakfasts and snacks as well as food on the run, quick cook suppers...

By Manon Gustave South Circular Road has always been a very active and attractive area for those who are looking for cosy and charming houses with a dynamic neighborhood. It is why Barry Fitzgerald and his girlfriend Claremarie Thomas decided to established their bistro soberly titled Bastible, on Leonard’s corner. All...

By Lynn Kuehner Irish Whiskey takes it’s time to become the perfect spirit. But now, after three years of maturation, the first Dingle Whiskey is ready to be ordered and tasted – just in time for Christmas!  The Dingle Distillery on the Corca Dhuibhne coast started the production in 2012. The first drop of Whiskey...

By Lynn Kuehner They are one of the trendiest products at the moment: cold pressed juices! And here is good news for all of you who can’t get enough of the healthy vitamin-bombs: The new size Pure Green Juice bottles (330ml) are now available in over 100 SuperValu, Spar, Londis and Centra stores nationwide. Irish...

By Lynn Kuehner Congratulations to The Burren! The rocky region in the west has prevailed against numerous other Irish towns and deservedly won the title Foodie Town 2015. “What made The Burren stand out as exemplary was the comprehensiveness of their food offering from field – or in their case, fertile rock – through...

By Lynn Kuehner Short before Halloween, the City of Dublin is going to be a dark, dangerous and deadly place where no one is safe but everyone in big fear. The reason? Dracula. The fourth annual Bram Stoker Festival is on from 23rd to 26th October. Numerous events will take place all over the city, including a...