Posts Tagged ‘Weekend’

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 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 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...

By Mark Keane One of France’s most well known brands, Hennessy, has teamed up with the renowned Royal Hibernian Academy, to create a series of exciting events for 2016. The programme, known as “Hennessy Lost Fridays”, will have its official launch on Friday the 29th of January. It’s being produced by independent...

Vita Coco Coconut Oil has partnered with Irish food blogging sensation Indy Power of ‘The Little Green Spoon’ to create a delicious healthy recipe to help kick start your healthy eating regime this year. The very simple Cranberry Pistachio Breakfast Squares recipe makes sixteen mouth-watering squares, using the must...

By Mark Keane Your wallet may be quite a bit lighter after the Christmas break, however that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy yourself a little in January. We’ve come up with a list of the best places for some afternoon tea with the family that won’t leave your wallet screaming for a break. No need to iron your shirt...

By Mark Keane While those Christmas memories of indulging in roast turkey, fancy wine, mince pies and being sprawled on a couch watching Die Hard and Bad Santa are slowly disappearing, that doesn’t mean you can’t already start planning your next break. The Galway Food Festival is returning for its 5th year this Easter...

By Mark Keane One of Dublin’s best kept secrets, Jinny Joe’s ice cream parlour in Crumlin, has set up a new shop in The Bull Ring Market at Meath Street. The ice cream tubs come in a few different sizes, which you can then pimp out with three toppings and syrup. You can of course go wild and add more toppings at 50...

Pizza price set by the time of the order? It exists! All rights reserved. You thought about it and they finally did it. Oscars is a popular restaurant of the Christchurch area, proposing simple but successful dishes. Like numerous other spots, they have a list of pizza’s but decided to push the concept further by...

By Mark Keane Alan Higgins, the Head Chef of Nautilus in Malahide, sat down with MenuPages to discuss the restaurant’s long awaited re-opening, the key to a perfect dessert, and how to cook a tasty Christmas dinner with none of the stress. Nautilus has been closed for around 6 months due to a fire, what does it mean...