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This January, Bord Bia is encouraging people to get inventive in the kitchen and try something new with chicken, as it launches its Quality Mark Chicken,’Make It Your Way’ campaign.
Pressure is mounting on City Hall to allow the popular Barista Bus to resume trading near Blackrock, but the local authority has said it was an unauthorised development and that Barista Bus needs to apply for planning permission before it might again operate in Salthill.
Detox with this delicious apple cider cleansing drink from Evergreen.
With the change in season it is a good time to be thinking about boosting your immunity. Vulnerable people such as children and the elderly, people with low immunity and other susceptible people including asthmatics or people with chronic sinusitis and chronic obstructive airway diseases (COAD) need to pay particular attention to their immunity.
Suzanne Seery, BSc, PgDip, MSc, MINDI - Lead Dietitian at Croí, the Heart & Stroke Charity
As the cold days of winter become increasingly imminent, cravings turn to comfort foods and a vegetable laden Irish stew may just be the ultimate warming meal.
In and around Salthill there have always been plenty of cosy pubs from where you can watch storms roll over the bay, but while Salthill has many good points, up until the last few years, a wide choice of places to eat was not one of them.
Food trends are pretty interesting if you are into that sort of thing. We have reached full saturation point with kale, quinoa, and avocado. Middle Eastern cuisine is now considered everyday, and the once mysterious coconut water has become available in the chilled drinks cabinet in all but the most rural of shops.
January is a month for staying in beside a big fire and staying warm. The spicy dishes will help you do just that.
Lough Mask Distillery becomes first distillery in Ireland to sell its products to the public on site
The Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland (ABFI) has welcomed news that Lough Mask Distillery in Mayo has become the first distillery in Ireland to be granted a licence to sell its gin, vodka and whiskey, to members of the public on its premises under the Intoxicating Liquor (Breweries and Distilleries) Act 2018.