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The winning bread in this year's National Brown Bread Making Competition is now available for sale in Aldi for €1.49 a loaf.
Christmas is a food-focused time of year and for those on a gluten-free diet it may seem daunting. The Coeliac Society has published an invaluable Christmas survival guide to help coeliacs enjoy gluten-free festive fare.
One of the great business success stories in Galway has to be the rise and rise of the Sheridan brothers, who began selling cheese from a small stall at the Saturday market, to become a national brand, with products selling in major British food stores, and across the continent.
Breakfast is the meal a lot of people struggle with - whether it is a timing issue for you or you simply do not feel like eating first thing in the morning.
Bake Fest founder Jennie Browne believes that baking is a crucial life skill that should be taught to children from a young age. Ms Browne, herself a lifelong baker, is passionate about the accrued benefits of baking and cooking.
A new bread product from The Breadski Brothers, a Castlebar-based trio of baking brothers, is still very much on the rise.
The Corofin Country Living and Food Fair takes place in the village next week, with proceeds from the event going to local charity Act for Meningitis.
Three baking brothers who are busy growing a bread empire from their Castlebar bakery welcomed An Taoiseach Enda Kenny to their premises last Friday for the launch of their latest new product range.
By Mark Gallagher
Recently I have had to reprimand my children for their overuse of the ‘N’ word. It is something that I, like many others, find deeply offensive. I have, I think, brought them up well and feel aggrieved that this is how they repay me. Such outrageous behaviour goes against everything that I believe to be right. It started off innocently enough with the five year old slipping the odd ‘N’ word into a sentence. I may have turned a blind eye, anything for a quiet life. Then all of a sudden it escalated into using it everywhere, at every possible opportunity, to my complete mortification. Out loud and in front of other people.