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Young South Roscommon student rewarded for his chocolate creativity

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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.

Young South Roscommon student in final stage of Cadbury competition

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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.

The sweets of our childhood

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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.

Evergreen Healthfoods

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.

Lovely Easter roast lamb

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Easter is only a few days away, and traditionally roast lamb is served on Easter Sunday. This tradition goes back to a time before Easter, where a sacrificial lamb was roasted and eaten to celebrate the first Passover by the Jewish people. As Hebrews converted to Christianity, they brought their traditions with them. The Christians often reference Jesus as the Lamb of God, thus the traditions merged.

 

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