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It is good to see the funfair being set up at the moment along the Prom, a sure sign that the summer is on the way. There has been a history of summer funfairs in Galway for well over 100 years, though they were always known here as ‘the amusements’. In the early days, the Toft family used to organise them in Salthill Park. Occasionally, the neighbours used to object to the noise and the traffic, and on at least one occasion, they were invited next door on to the site in front of Dr O’Beirne’s house (where Leisureland is today).
Some weeks ago we wrote about the virtues of country butter being sold at the Saturday Market, but it seems there were occasional vices there too. The ink was hardly dry on the paper when David Barrett sent us an account of a court case that took place at the Galway Petty Sessions in September 1910 before the magistrates Messrs J Kilbride and JS Young. District Inspector Hildebrand prosecuted Mrs Sarah Bane, Moycullen, on three different counts of selling butter that was unfit for human consumption to Kate Hoare, Mary Griffin, and Norah Joyce. Mr Cooke, from Blake and Kenny solicitors, appeared for the defence.
There was nothing quite like the first bite and creamy taste of hand-churned country butter whether it was oozing and melting on your potatoes or spread on your bread. It was usually made in small batches, was rich and flavoursome, and had an old fashioned taste, the way butter used to taste years ago.
This is a sophisticated toasted ham sandwich, laden with flavour, the cheesy topping making this sandwich extra tasty.
Surprise and delight that someone special by whipping up some scrumptious raspberry pancake stack with rose cream for breakfast on the annual day of love, certain to make your tastebuds tingle!
We may be stuck at home this Valentine’s Day, but we can make the best of it with this restaurant quality, easy to make dessert from Siúcra.
“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.
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.
Get creative and whip up a batch of our homemade Halloween treats this year!
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.