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August 2019

Strawberry Cinnamon Vanilla Daiquiri Recipe From Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio

Strawberry Cinnamon Vanilla Daiquiri Recipe From Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio

This Bank Holiday weekend, enjoy a sweet and tasty dessert drink with Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio’s Strawberry Cinnamon Vanilla Daiquiri recipe. Give the classic summer cocktail, the strawberry daiquiri, an even sweeter update with vanilla and cinnamon flavours for the perfect after-dinner dessert cocktail. Strawberry Cinnamon Vanilla Daiquiri Ingredients: Makes 2 cocktails For the cinnamon and vanilla syrup […]

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Corn-fed Chicken Green Asparagus, Roast Sweet Potato, Honey & Thyme Jus By Chef Igor From The Gibson

Corn-fed Chicken Green Asparagus, Roast Sweet Potato, Honey & Thyme Jus By Chef Igor From The Gibson

A succulent Corn-fed chicken, green asparagus, carrot, roast sweet potato, honey & thyme jus recipe. A great recipe to impress at a date night, with great flavours and delicious complimenting side dishes. Ingredients: Serves 4 Chicken Supreme – 4 supremes – 40ml olive oil – Sprig of thyme & rosemary – Salt & pepper Sweet

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Cured Mackerel, Ballymakenny Tendersteam Broccoli & Samphire Puree Recipe By Chef Janice Casey Bracken

Cured Mackerel, Ballymakenny Tenderstem Broccoli & Samphire Puree Recipe By Chef Janice Casey Bracken

Cured mackerel recipe with Ballymakenny tenderstem broccoli, samphire puree, pickled Ballymakenny broccoli and courgettes. I love mackerel its one of the most versatile fish and bursting with omega 3 oils. This recipe screams seasonality and is extremely quick to prepare. We are extremely lucky to be located so close to Clogherhead to have such easy

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Spicy Salmon with Chilli Lime Sauce Recipe From Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio

Spicy Salmon with Chilli Lime Sauce Recipe From Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio

Create an exciting summertime meal with Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio’s flavoursome Spicy Salmon with Chilli Lime Sauce recipe. Follow this simple recipe to give your salmon an extra kick, paired with a delicious chilli lime sauce! Whether you’re entertaining, or in the need to whip up something quick and tasty, this spicy salmon is the

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Victorian Grandeur in Co. Kildare – Killashee Hotel Review

Walking from the carpark towards the very regal looking Killashee Hotel, it is impossible not to appreciate the undisturbed surroundings. Secluded grounds that are maintained to a very high standard surround this beautiful Victorian building. A bicycle rack, filled with colourful bikes ready to go for anyone wishing to explore the grounds add a lovely

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Top Ten Gourmet Train Journeys

Top Ten Gourmet Train Journeys – Gourmet Journeys and Where to find them

Anyone fancy five-star hotel treatment on fast wheels? For starters, roaming this way is a nod to the benefits of ‘slow’ travel, which takes the intensity and frantic nature out of getting from one place to another. Once you locate your cabin and stow your luggage, you can truly relax into your holiday, see sights

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Ghent Belgium Travel Guide

48 Hours In Ghent – Food & Drink Travel Guide

You would definitely know that Ghent was once one of the most important, wealthiest cities in Europe – it still retains the impressive architecture and the houses of rich traders, with a (vehicle-free) city centre that remains so historically atmospheric that you can almost see the ghosts. With the city merely 30 minutes by train

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A Heavenly Haven In Dublin City Centre – Cliff Townhouse Review

An evening of events in Dublin City that was to be followed by a string of early morning meetings the subsequent day prompted an overnight stay in our amiable capital city. As central as possible was our only criteria. Cliff Townhouse, please stand up. Situated on the exclusive St. Stephens Green, this gallant georgian building

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Seville Spain Travel Guide

48 Hours in Seville – Food & Drink Travel Guide

So many people forget about the small but beautiful cities outside Spain’s tourist-magnets of Madrid, Barcelona, and the country’s many coastal attractions. That’s a real pity, as somewhere such as Seville (not forgetting the likes of Girona, Cadiz, Santiago del Compostela) is a weekend away, perhaps even a week, to die for. The capital of

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High Spirits That Go Beyond The Top Shelf – Cunningham’s Bar Kildare Town Review

Located in the landlocked county of Kildare, Cunningham’s is one watering hole that will not only solve any thirst quenching requirements you may have but also leave you with a very happy belly. Saloon style wooden doors, walls adorned with vintage photos and signs, sturdy wooden tables and chairs that have seen many a lively session

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Making A Splash Along The Wild Atlantic Way – Waterfront House & Restaurant Sligo Review

Waterfront House resides peacefully adjacent to the tranquil waters of Enniscrone Beach. Arriving on one of the hottest days of the year was just the start of the good fortune we encountered on this Wild Atlantic Way escape. Greeted by charismatic co-owner Daniel we were immediately in a holiday state of mind. If home from

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The Long Hall Dublin Bar Review

Your Local When You Visit The Old Town – The Long Hall Dublin Bar Review

During the 19th century, Irish publicans were forced to expand their business due to the falling sale of spirits after leaders of the church made thousands sign a pledge to abstain from abusing alcohol. Many “Spirit Groceries” were born and it was not uncommon for the pub owners to also facilitate a hardware store or

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The Well, Stephens Green, Dublin 2, Bar Review

The Well on Stephens Green, the latest addition to the Dublin Bar Scene – Bar Review

During The Easter rising of 1916 Michael Mallin and Countess Markievicz lead The Irish Citizen Army into battle position in St. Stephen’s Green. The British were garrisoned in The Shelbourne hotel and it did not take long for Mallin and co to retreat to The Royal College of Surgeons. This was not before there was

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Living La Dolce Vita in Sandymount – Crudo Restaurant Review

Every neighborhood deserves the kind of restaurant that evokes the “where everybody knows your name” warmth reminiscent of Cheers, while serving the kind of comfort food that will have you slyly skipping cooking on a random Wednesday evening. I can safely say that for as long as I have lived in this lovely postcode, restaurants

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Little Mikes Seafood Platter

A Stunning Second Act from Dublin’s Seafood Specialists – Little Mike’s Review

Otis Redding’s raspy rendition of My Girl is cooing in the background and the temptations abound. There’s a crisp, chilled glass of Saint Veran in front of me and Sunday afternoon has never looked so good, perched happily on a stylish stool in Little Mike’s. The familiar hum of the fryer, signaling delicious things to

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Here’s Why the Best Time to Be a Cider Lover in Ireland is Now

The history of apple growing in Ireland is at least 3,000 years old, even older if one counts wild crab apples blooming since the Stone Age. The fruit features often in Irish mythology; from Cúchulainn to the Children of Tuireann, and it is the source of one of the oldest fermented drinks, cider. One of the earliest documented references

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The Ultimate Indulgence – Dessert Wines to Savour Slowly

There is a scene in the 2005 film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in which the videogame-obsessed Mike rants about candy being pointless while flying inside of the Great Glass Elevator. To this, Charlie kindly replies “candy doesn’t have to have a point. That’s why it’s candy.” There will always be those who snub sweetness, but in

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