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37 West has announced the arrival of the world’s first fine dining Paleo restaurant to come and take over its kitchen for the Galway food festival.
It’s weeks away but some savvy shoppers are already on the lookout for Christmas bargains.
Neven Maguire will join local food producers for a night of cooking at Mullingar Park Hotel this Wednesday night, February 6 in aid of the Loreto College’s refurbishment fund.
Shane McEntee, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine with responsibility for Food, Horticulture, and Food Safety has announced two Kilkenny winners of the National Organic Awards 2011 at an awards ceremony in Bord Bia.
Oils have long been used by women in their skin and hair care routines. Now, L’Oréal Professionnel introduces Mythic Oil, the brand’s first nourishing oil to treat, tame and illuminate hair.
Leading doctors have demanded a ban on the use of trans fats – chemically altered vegetable oils found in thousands of foodstuffs such as biscuits, ready meals and margarine – because of concerns they can damage health.
Kate Wright has moved from her Cobblestones Cafe in Quay Lane, Galway, to a location upstairs in the Orantown Centre in Oranmore. A courageous move, I would think, but I am sure the legendary high rents in the city have something to do with it. Similar to the article last week about the new owners in Loughrea, these premises have also had two previous incarnations. The fact that Kate makes absolutely everything on site every day should make the difference and help make this a success.
Drumeen Farm in Kilkenny has Ireland’s first organically grown rapeseed and hempseed oil to meet demands Irish alternative to imported olive oil.
First and foremost, it must be stated – fat is an important part of a healthy diet. The trouble is that not all fats are equally healthy! ‘Trans’ fats have recently been highlighted as an unhealthy type of fat, but many people are unaware of what foods contain this type of fat, and how best to avoid it.
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