Archive for the Food & Wine Category

The Culinary Corner

The Culinary Corner

By The SuperNatural Food Market Summer’s in full swing and it’s time to let the sun in whether it is shining or not! It is a blissful seasonal treat to indulge in the light floral flavours that come into abundance […]

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Fast food with a boost

By SuperNatural Food Market A recent survey found almost half of Irish consumers want to add more plant-based food and drink into their diets over the next year. Plant-based foods offer a variety of nutritional benefits, from macro essentials such as protein, […]

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Spring is for lovers SuperNatural Food Market

Nigel Slater the cook and food writer has a wonderful book call The Kitchen Diaries, a year-long account of his shopping, cooking and eating on almost every day of one year. Week by week, month by month, season by season […]

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Dublin’s Best Burger

Burger Fest 2018, an eight day food festival which began on January 22nd, ends today with the announcement of Dublin’s Best Burger and the chance to also be crowned Ireland’s best burger. Two outlets in the Dublin 4 area have […]

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Coddle: a winter warmer

The annnual Government Budget and the mention of coddle for dinner almost seem to happen in synchronicity but unlike the budget, what’s simmering in your pot, if you’re a Ringsender, is the same every time. There has been some debate […]

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Food and Wine Awards Recognise D4

We have all known for quite a while that some of the best nosh and vino are to be found in Dublin 4. Well now it’s official with the arrival of the Irish Food and Wine Awards, as the organising […]

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Ballsbridge Brew to Costa Fortune?

With the recent news that the famous coffee kiosk in Ballsbridge has sold for a massive €330,000, we ask just how much jitter juice the new owners will have to sell to recoup their enormous investment. Now while the sum […]

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Embassies set out their stall

Embassies set out their stall

February at the RDS saw another edition of Ireland’s largest annual trade show for foodservice professionals, CATEX, roll out an appetising flavour of what’s happening in the growing €6 billion foodie market. Front and centre amongst the more than 200 […]

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Towers of brew

Towers of brew

Using the Poolbeg towers as your logo for a Dublin product would be just as iconic as a New York company using the Statue of Liberty, yet Joey Shore of the Irishtown Brewing Company (IBC) couldn’t believe his luck when […]

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Coffee to save the day

Coffee to save the day

Fairchain and Fairtrade are two different initiatives to give third world countries a fair price for their produce. Fairtrade Ireland first came to these shores in 2003 and since then has seen 51 towns across Ireland using Fairtrade channels. The […]

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