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Lovely Easter roast lamb

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Easter is only a few days away, and traditionally roast lamb is served on Easter Sunday. This tradition goes back to a time before Easter, where a sacrificial lamb was roasted and eaten to celebrate the first Passover by the Jewish people. As Hebrews converted to Christianity, they brought their traditions with them. The Christians often reference Jesus as the Lamb of God, thus the traditions merged.

Wheat-free wonders

M&S has launched two new Made Without Wheat pasta salads, making lunch on the go easy and delicious for people avoiding gluten.

Support disadvantaged schools in Myanmar with a delicious tomato and peanut salad

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Bayin Oils, the pioneering Irish start-up, is the first company in Europe to export any food product from Myanmar to Europe. The naturally produced oils are cold pressed and unrefined, retaining the numerous health benefits of sesame seeds and peanuts. Bayin is sharing this recipe for a healthy and light tomato salad that incorporates Bayins peanut oil — a perfect summer salad!

Harissa flavoured lamb burgers with tzatziki

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This is a superb summer dish that is great on the barbeque. The tzatziki adds a lovely fresh flavour to the burgers. A winner with the kids as well!

Chef's corner

Serves 4

In the kitchen...

An Italian staple, vibrantly rich on the eye and wholesome to boot, with crusty bread to mop up.

On the Wine Shelf

Olivier Ravoire Côtes du Rhône (All good wine shops, €10.99)

Tasty treats

Some appetising delicacies from bordbia.ie

Tasty treats

Striploin steaks with roasted baby tomatoes and vegetable puree

Tasty treats

Some appetising delicacies from www.bordbia.ie

 

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