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It is said that we never work a day in our lives if we love our jobs and when we our passionate about our work, the results produced are quality. Located on Middle Street, Papa'z Bistro is a place where workers combine passion and skill for cooking to produce some of the tastiest dishes one can sample in Galway.
This is a colourful and wholly nutritious main course and the perfect start to your day. The potatoes make it good and hearty. Add whatever farmhouse cheese takes your fancy and you will soon realise just how tasty and benficial eggs can be as part of a regular diet.
It is said that we never work a day in our lives if we love our jobs and we are passionate about our work, the results produced are quality. Located on Middle Street, Papa'z Bistro is a place where workers combine passion and skill for cooking to produce some of the tastiest dishes one can sample in Galway.
Living conditions were very bad in the Claddagh during the Great Famine. Most people there made their living from the sea but they refused to adapt to new and more effective fishing techniques which would have improved their catches, and so their income was affected and poverty ensued. Most of the fishermen there had put their nets in hock just to keep their families alive. Equally, Claddagh people were opposed to education, as their sons would grow up to be fishermen, they felt no need to send them to school. This form of opposition began to soften and eventually in 1827, a national school opened roughly where the statue of Fr Tom Burke is today. The quality of education there was not great so the Dominicans decided to take things into their own hands and build a school that would develop and improve the practical skills of seamanship and fishing for the boys to make them more self-sufficient. The girls would be taught fishery-related skills such as lace-making
Mexican cuisine has been a food delight that has long pleased the palates of people throughout Galway and Ireland. Often including items from every food group, including protein, grains, and vegetables, Mexican dishes are as healthy as they are delicious and for those who adore the food, there is good news with the opening of Vocho; a restaurant which specialises in Mexican street food.
This January, Bord Bia is encouraging people to get inventive in the kitchen and try something new with chicken, as it launches its Quality Mark Chicken,’Make It Your Way’ campaign.
As the cold days of winter become increasingly imminent, cravings turn to comfort foods and a vegetable laden Irish stew may just be the ultimate warming meal.
In and around Salthill there have always been plenty of cosy pubs from where you can watch storms roll over the bay, but while Salthill has many good points, up until the last few years, a wide choice of places to eat was not one of them.
January is a month for staying in beside a big fire and staying warm. The spicy dishes will help you do just that.
With the festive entertainment season in full swing, keep your guests happy with these mini prawn skewers with lemon chili dip by Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio.