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Taylor’s Bar

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This late 19th century building in Upper Dominick Street was originally a grocery and a pub owned by a family of O’Connells. They used to stable horses out the back. When they sold it, they moved to Dublin where one of them was unfortunately murdered. The pub was taken over by a Mr Cosgrave.

Carnacon footballer Beegan brings home the bacon at sales awards

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A Carnacon footballer was the big winner at the 6th Annual Irish Sales Champion Awards took place at the Guinness Storehouse on Thursday, 16th June. The awards celebrate the competitive spirit, ingenuity and tenacity of Irish sales personnel.

Great Taste honours producers from across the Midlands

 

Great Taste honours Westmeath producers

 

Athlone supplier to join SuperValu’s Christmas range

Family-run business Oliver Carty Ltd of Monksland, Athlone has been selected to supply a selection of products as part of the new SuperValu Own Brand Christmas range. The new range has been created by celebrated Irish chef, Kevin Dundon, in conjunction with a range of SuperValu’s Irish suppliers, and will create 22 new jobs and generate €841,000 in retail sales for Irish suppliers.

The breakfast roll gets a modern makeover

Whether you love to cook, or just love to eat, there are plenty of great foodies on Twitter that you can follow. From celebrity types you would recognise from the television to professional chefs, bloggers, and restaurant critics, many food lovers are tapping into Twitter’s real-time network to offer up recipes, promote products, and recommend restaurants or otherwise. You can get an inside look at life in the kitchen, or just feast your eyes on other people’s lunches. Most of the food community in Ireland have embraced Twitter also. And yes, I myself engage in the occasional tweet (I know you are not supposed to talk to strangers on the internet, but this is different. Honest!) as do a lot of other Irish food bloggers — there are about 600 of us, believe it or not

On the ground

The Great Taste Awards, the Oscars for the food industry organised by the Guild of Fine Food in England, recently announced its winners for 2012, a number of which are available in Ireland.

The kitchen

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There are some places you go to for the best coffee, some for the best dessert, and some to have just one particular dish over and over again, but you go to The Kitchen to be surprised. Head chef and proprietor Michelle Kavanagh’s extensive travels bring an eclectic mix of flavours to the table — Asian, Indian, Mexican, Japanese, this is fusion at its finest.

The kitchen

There are some places you go to for the best coffee, some for the best dessert, and some to have just one particular dish over and over again, but you go to The Kitchen to be surprised. Head chef and proprietor Michelle Kavanagh’s extensive travels bring an eclectic mix of flavours to the table — Asian, Indian, Mexican, Japanese, this is fusion at its finest.

Christmas Day on a budget

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It is pretty easy to create a Christmas Day spectacular dinner with an unlimited budget, however I think that you can achieve a superb result if you approach it with good planning and a modest budget. It is also worth remembering that the end result is never really as good as you hoped no matter how much you spend. Why is that? Well, we all want it to be the absolute best for all the family and now everyone has such high expectations that you would need to be a masterchef and a master shopper to fulfil everyone’s hopes for the day. Another stumbling block is that we forget that we are not used to catering at this level, so it really would be a miracle if it all turned out like the fabulous pictures you see in the magazines and cookbooks.

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