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What about the calories, all that sugar, the sweet, sweet taste. There is no way you can be enjoying your food and seeing results, right?
The time to show our appreciation for our mothers has come. Mother’s Day is on Sunday – and you’d better not forget it. Lockdown Level 5 means we can’t celebrate it as we would like to but that doesn’t mean the big day for the Irish mammy should go unmarked. You might not be able to pay your Mams a visit this March 14th, shopping might prove difficult and you might lack of ideas to spoil your mother in the current climate. But luckily, at the Advertiser.ie, we have compiled ten gift and treat ideas to show Mam how much you love her on Mother's Day.
Are you unable to see your mother this Mother’s Day, but still want to let her know how much she means to you?
Kick off the Christmas festivities with the delicious range of finger foods and treats perfect for the whole family to enjoy while watching the much-loved Toy Show, all available from your local Joyce’s Supermarket.
Autumn has arrived, and with it, crisp mornings and cold evenings. It is the perfect time to curl up on the couch with a hot seasonal drink to warm up. These autumn drink recipes are easy to make and are sure to be the perfect pick-me-up after a cold day.
Paddy Grant looked out of his bedroom window each day hoping to spot a seagull and a crow. All he usually saw was scaffolding and a blue sky peeping in between the gaps in the large steel frame.
The chocolate creativity and ingenuity of a South Roscommon student has received the ultimate accolade as his Cadbury Dairy Milk CHOCA-LATTE bar was revealed as the prestigious winning entry in the ‘Cadbury Inventor’ competition.
A South Roscommon student is on the brink of chocolate heaven as his creativity and ingenuity has earned him a prestigious final place in the 'Cadbury Inventor' competition, which called upon chocolate lovers in Ireland and the UK to concoct a new Cadbury bar.
A sweet is defined as having a taste of sugar or honey. It is not bitter or sour, but is pleasingly fragrant and agreeable. It is strange that while the taste never lingers too long, the memory of that taste can stay with you for life, particularly if it was one of the favourite sweets of your childhood. The sweet shops of yesteryear had a special smell, an aroma of temptation which you got as you went through the door. Even to look in the shop window was to make an imaginative journey of the various tastes that were on display. Our photograph today, which was taken about 40 years ago by Marja Van Kampen, will tick memory boxes for many people. The mouthwatering display was in Miko Cunningham’s shop window in Upper Abbeygate Street.
Everyone has a few favourite independent stores in Galway that just make shopping so much more enjoyable. They might include some independent clothes shops, cafes, restaurants, butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers, or bookshops, the city is full of them. There is a knowledge, expertise, and friendly banter in these stores that you do not get in the big chains. One of these shops that makes shopping in Galway such a pleasure is undoubtedly Evergreen.