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Green tea is a perfect adjunct to healing herbs. Although you would not be growing it in an Irish herb garden it can be introduced easily into our daily routine.
All teas (Green, Black, and Oolong) are derived from the same plant. The difference is in the preparation of the leaves. Green tea, unlike the others is not fermented, so the active ingredients remain unaltered.
For those who love adventurous cooking experiences, it is time to mark Saturday October 19 in the diary as Michelin star chef Dammika Sarath hosts along with head chef, Ravi, a two-hour tasting experience in The Claddagh Restaurant from 7pm.
This is an egg and dairy free simple pancake mix that is really tasty.
Chinese cuisine has been a food delight that has long pleased the palates of people throughout Galway and Ireland.
For a new tasty dish this summer, Helena from Evergreen tells us how to make delicious Vietnamese spring rolls
Just paces away from the best eating houses in Galway, this pleasant restaurant is one of the city's least known but most authentic Italian restaurants. A Sardinian style neighbourhood restaurant with dark wood tables and chairs and the typically open kitchen with busy chef on view, Mona Lisa Café & Restaurant is situated in the heart of Galway’s West End right across the road from the Crane Bar and Massimo. They serve up authentic Italian food in a warm atmosphere with great staff and friendly faces.
One of Athlone’s most popular Chinese takeaways is celebrating 10 years of success. Lotus Chinese has a loyal following across the town, offering fantastic value for money, and fast delivery around and outside Athlone.
There is little information on the actual salt intake of Irish adult; however a typical British adult consumes on average 8.6g of salt per day. In the US, this figure is more like 10g per day. So we could assume that the average Irish person if likely to have similar levels – what it boils down to is that it is too much!
To say that Da Tang is no ordinary Chinese noodle house would be wrong. It is exactly that. It’s an ordinary noodle house offering extraordinary freshness and flavours through its authentic Chinese cuisine. For precisely the same reason, Da Tang’s menu is perhaps not what you would expect to find here in Ireland– it’s the menu you might find in a noodle house in China, and that means no curry chips! As its loyal customers know, Da Tang is the real deal, and it’s set to reopen on Middle Street in Galway tomorrow Friday, December 10 at 12 noon.