Monthly Archives: November 2012

Quirky Gifts and Artisan Foods for Girls’ Night Out in Style

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Longueville House Artisan Food Hampers

“No traffic jams, no queues, plentiful car parking.Wonderful gifts, services, delicious food and wines all under one roof…” These are the promises that have made William and Aisling O’Callaghan’s exclusive annual Longueville House Christmas shopping night the event where the … Continue reading

Organics Under the Spotlight – Again

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Carrots from Kilkenny

So, there’s little to choose between organic and conventionally produced foods according to the results from yet another research team – this time at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, who undertook a meta-analysis (‘comprehensive synthesis of the evidence that included … Continue reading

Wild Fun for Foodies

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hanging game

Calling all foodies with a bit of time to spare this weekend, 10th and 11th November… A very special outing, which combines an unusual shopping expedition with the possibility of attending some highly instructive workshops, is the Slow food Ireland … Continue reading

Turning the Tables in Recession

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Customers Wanted

Spotted by a family member visiting Carlingford, this arresting notice was enough to stop two hungry diners in their tracks en route to another restaurant – and it did the trick as, intrigued, they paused to look at the menu, … Continue reading

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