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Cloughjordan Eco Village – Not Just A Utopian Dream

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Irish Food Writers Guild

Having whizzed by the sign on the M7 many a time, a visit to Cloughjordan Eco Village was long overdue – so an invitation to take in lunch and the conducted tour of this inspiring place on our Irish Food … Continue reading

Natural Fruit and No Sugar – what’s not to like about this Irish Blackcurrant Cordial?

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Des  Jeffares in The Big Shed, Ballymaloe LitFest 2015

Famed for the Ribena TV ad in which his lovely golden retrievers stole the show, Des Jeffares is the third Mr Jeffares to produce blackcurrants on the family’s Wexford farm and, from the mid-50s to 2013, the crop all went … Continue reading

The Delight Is In The Detail – Dish Of The Month: Strawberry Fool with Pink Peppercorn Shortbread Biscuits

Finn's Table Strawberry Fool with Pink Peppercorn Shortbread

Finding unfussy, seasonal dishes, skilfully prepared by people who value the top quality fresh ingredients supplied by local producers is one of the great joys of travelling around Ireland. And never mind the devil, it’s the delight that’s in the … Continue reading

Peel Me A Grape…

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grapes ripe

Well it may have been a disappointing year in the garden, but our grapevine has come good at last – just when we’d about given up on it. It’s a Black Hamburg, well known as ‘the easiest grape to grow’, … Continue reading

What A Wonderful Way To Say Welcome!

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Clonmel is famous for its apples (albeit mainly cider apples, and known through the product of an international drinks manufacturer based in the town which also uses imported product) so perhaps it should not have been surprising that a big … Continue reading

Marmalade Time

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Preserves

One of the most evocative seasonal foods featured in our January e-zine was Seville oranges, such a precious fruit as their season is so short and their uses so specific. Marmalade is by far their most popular use and plenty … Continue reading