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According to many, the story of the hot dog begins in America in 1902 during a Giants baseball game at the New York Polo grounds. It centres on an English man called Harry Stevens who on that cold April day was losing money trying to sell ice cream and ice-cold sodas. He wanted something that could be eaten out of the hand and would stay warm, and decided that German dachshund sausages wrapped in long buns worked best. Stevens called them 'red hots'. An American cartoonist who could not spell dachshund renamed them 'hot dogs'.
Irish farmers and suppliers are at the heart of an upcoming promotion of the grilled chicken sandwich by Supermac’s. The chain of family restaurants is launching a campaign that highlights the 100 per cent fresh Irish chicken used in the sandwich, reared by Irish farmers and served in artisan wholemeal buns supplied by Coughlan’s bakery in Naas. The Batavia lettuce and red onion are supplied by Curley’s Fresh Food in Castlegar, Co Galway, and the recommended chipotle mayonnaise is supplied by Spice O’ Life in Dunmanway, Co Cork.
Beef is wonderfully versatile - you can throw it in a stir fry, roast it in the oven, whack it in a curry, or simply grill it on the barbeque and you are bound to create something tasty.
Lunch is the new dinner, especially during the long summer days. Here are a few ideas for some modern lunch recipes that are easy to make. I hope that you might try them out at home.
Beef is wonderfully versatile, you can throw it in a stir fry, roast it in the oven, whack it in a curry, or simply grill it on the barbeque and you are bound to create something tasty.
Supermac's continues the charge to end the race to the bottom for fast food in Ireland, by continuing to take the public's need for transparency and provenance into account.
We are a nation of sandwich eaters. Every cafe, counter, and hatch does its own variation, with ingredients ranging from withered lettuce to flash fried steak, from slathered 'spread' to flavourful aioli. But which is the best?
For me, it all started with a tuna sandwich. There was a time that I lived just round the corner from Anton's and was as comfortable there as in my own dining room. Anton's has been deservedly rewarded with many years of success on Father Griffin Road.
This new cafe and deli based in Wellpark Retail Park caused quite a lot of excitement when it opened four months ago and now has just about found its groove. Next to the back door of the g Hotel and directly across from the Eye Cinema, it instantly scores brownie points with some of the only free parking in the city and no booking required.