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Bread, butter and Irish language to play at Roscommon Arts Centre

“Shall we bake bread together and churn some butter, and talk about things that really matter?” asks Manchán Magan, the presenter of the seventy minute bilingual show, 'Arán & Im', which explores what makes Irish so unique and potent. 'Arán & Im' comes to Roscommon Arts Centre on this Friday, JUly 5, with a performance time of 8pm.

Cuinneog wins for its dairy products at Irish Breakfast Awards

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Mayo food producer Cuinneog was announced the winner of the Dairy award for its Irish Farmhouse Country Butter and Natural Buttermilk in the Irish Breakfast Foods category at the prestigious Georgina Campbell Irish Breakfast Awards 2018 in association with Fáilte Ireland.

Whip up your own Halloween treats this year

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Get creative and whip up a batch of our homemade Halloween treats this year!

Summer salads to savor this weekend

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Hi, isn’t the weather lovely. I know that it is almost July but today and hopefully the sun is splitting the sky. As I write this, the air is filled with the smell of freshly cut grass and smoky Barbeques. The summer is finally here now, and I hope that it has lasted.

Mayo co-operative creameries, the original cash cow

Irish farmers learned a long time ago that, in certain circumstances, working in co-operation could lead to real progress and maximised profit for each individual. The meitheal system, whereby a farmer would assist a neighbouring farmer, who would in turn reciprocate that help when needed, was a well established tradition in rural Ireland. The spirit of the meitheal was evident in the beginnings of the Irish co-operative movement. Co-operatives were operating since the 1880s and the concept of voluntary association among farmers went through strong periods as well as years of slow development.

From IKEA to the past — Folk Fiction exhibition comes to the city museum

The touring exhibition Folk Fiction - Translations in Material Cultures, by Galway visual artist Gareth Kennedy has come to Galway City Museum after previously being exhibited at the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life, Kerry County Museum and the National Craft Gallery.

Getting a buzz the natural way

Is there a party on the horizon? Or are you thinking ahead to the festive season? If so, it may be time to think of getting your party pout ready in time for the celebrations.

Cocoa butter –  a summer bare necessity

Whether you’re after a body butter, body lotion, or balm, you can reap all of the skin benefits of cocoa butter by dipping into Ziaja’s super-moisturising and purse-friendly cocoa butter range.

Get buttered up

Whether you are seeking a body butter, body lotion or balm, you can reap all of the skin benefits of cocoa butter by dipping into Ziaja’s velvety textured, fragranced and moisturising cocoa butter range.

Complexion loving skin

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Dip into sweet rose butter skin care treats from Ziaja. Give your skin one whiff of this fab skin plumping rose butter range and it will instantly fall in love with it. Ziaja rose butter range uses ECO certified ingredients and has a subtle, floral, fragrance designed to provide a sensual skincare experience at a very affordable price.


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