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With so many voucher options available, from a relaxing night's stay to a Dillisk Dining Voucher or a delicious Afternoon Tea, there is sure to be something for everyone!
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Mayo food producer Cuinneog was announced the winner of the Dairy award for its Irish Farmhouse Country Butter and Natural Buttermilk in the Irish Breakfast Foods category at the prestigious Georgina Campbell Irish Breakfast Awards 2018 in association with Fáilte Ireland.
Oughterard's Currarevagh House has won an award for its Irish breakfast.
It is shaping up to be a great year for Irish hospitality, and with accommodation bookings well up everywhere and eating out for breakfast and brunch now hugely popular — especially in cities — the quality of the Irish breakfast is playing a new part in showcasing the stellar standards of our food and hospitality industries.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a bowl of nutritious porridge is a breakfast staple that will keep those hunger pangs at bay right through until lunch time.
Breakfast is widely regarded as the most important meal of the day, but in our fast-paced society we often neglect our own needs in the morning as we rush to get the children ready for school, walk the dog, and strive to beat rush-hour traffic.
Eating a morning meal is a healthy habit if you are watching your weight. Research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to be leaner and dieters are more successful at losing weight, and keeping it off, when they eat breakfast. What's more, people who do, typically get more of some important nutrients, like fibre and vitamins.
It’s no secret that the Irish love their tea. The Irish drink more of this hot beverage per capita than any other country. The presence of tea making facilities is considered essential in any hotel room and is offered at breakfast, 'elevenses', lunch, dinner, and any time in between.
Two decades on for Mocha Beans as the café, roastery and Galway favourite turns twenty