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Continuing on from the success of their regular Supper Clubs, the Gaslight Bar and Brasserie will be celebrating the world of chocolate this Easter weekend. Galway’s latest casual dining destination is joining forces with independent artisan chocolatier, Hazel Mountain Chocolates, to develop a very special chocolate inspired three-course tasting menu. Available on Saturday April 4 for just €36.00 per person.
This Friday Kilkenny students will be selling chocolate bars for the Hope Foundation in a fundraising event for the Hope Foundation’s first ever national day, A Day of Hope.
Fancy giving the little person in your life a special chocolate treat this Easter? Then, check out Aldi’s new Design Your own Easter Egg (€3.99).
This week Cadbury Dairy Milk is launching new Fair Trade chocolate. Cadbury Dairy Milk is becoming the first mass market chocolate to gain certification from Fair-trade Mark Ireland.
Choose from a tantalising range of delicious chocolate Easter gifts from Butlers. Whether it's chocolate Easter baskets, mini eggs, organic eggs, or larger praline and milk truffle eggs, you’re sure to find a delicious assortment of gift-wrapped chocolates from Butlers.
With the launch of the Paris fashion Salon de Chocolat this month and the Christmas chocolate season drawing upon us, two Kilkenny artists, poet Carmel Cummins and artist Gillian Campden, are heading to Dublin next Thursday October 22 for the press opening of the Chocolate Festival Exhibition to be held at the No Grants Gallery (NGG) Temple Bar Cultural Information Centre.
This Easter there is a range of chocolate treats for all the family at M&S. Spoiling your loved ones is easier than ever, with 80 per cent of the M&S Easter range under €10.
Castlebar businessman and master chocolatier Dirk Schonkeren, who runs Helena Chocolates, the well known Castlebar café, has just been appointed as a World Chocolate Ambassador by the world’s biggest chocolate company, Barry Callebaut. The prestigious Chocolate Ambassador Club has just 70 members and Dirk is the first chocolatier in Ireland to receive the honour. He will attend a two-day seminar in Belgium and will then be called upon to share his master craft with other chocolatiers from around the globe. Dirk also plans to run some practical introduction to chocolate courses locally in the near future.