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Turkey is regarded by some as the next superfood, a real healthy alternative for lunch or at dinner time. With a delicious taste and considered refreshingly light, turkey can be used for a variety of family favourites. Full of protein and B Vitamins, turkey is perfect for those pursuing full bodied food with an eye on a healthier lifestyle. Responding to our customers’ recommendations, we at Collerans Butchers have produced a new turkey range of Turkey Inspired Products – A range of healthy burgers and “Easy Cook Range” – and as with all Collerans products - inspirational and flavourful.
The time of year has arrived when the wind and rain batters us, darkness is there when we leave and come back to our homes, the cold is almost overpowering, and the motivation to go outside is approaching zero. However, Fat Freddy's restaurant has come up with the perfect temptation to pry us from the warm comforts of inside — Fat Freddy's baked potato.
It is good news for those who love the smooth taste of Bushmills with Tribeton hosting a Black Bush Blended event next Thursday.
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.
Wow, St Patrick’s Day is here, so I thought what better way to celebrate, than some modern twists on Irish classics.
To celebrate all things Irish this St Patrick’s Day, why not try a hearty meal that is most associated with the country of your birth? And it really does not more Irish than a good feed of bacon and cabbage!
At the time this photograph was taken about 100 years ago, Buttermilk Lane was made up of tenement buildings, some of which housed multiple families. For example, three families lived in Number 2 in 1911; three in Number 4; five in Number 6. There were people with nine different surnames in Number 7, and eight different surnames in Number 8.
Dulse is the re-invention of the old Mulberry’s in Barna Village Centre, now almost a suburb of ever growing Galway city. Mulberry's was a surf and turf sort of place. It did a good selection of fish — crab claws, sole on the bone, monkfish, and mussels all featured. You would find dishes such as slow roast pork belly with broad beans, pea puree, and calvados reduction and prettily plated McGeogh's Smoked Black Pudding, with sweet potato puree, asparagus, and caramelised apple. Ballyhoura mushroom risotto with aged parmesan and truffle oil or pan-fried fillet of sea bass would arrive on a bed of warm fennel and orange salad and lemon sorbet with prosecco with a selection of perfect little berries floating on the surface. The reception area and cosy wine bar also served a few tapas-style dishes — crab cakes, prawns pil pil, calamari, spicy meatballs, or chicken liver paté. There was a comfortable waiting area also to accommodate the busy takeout trade of pasta and bistro dishes.
Happy New Year everyone, can you believe that it is 2017 already? Where did that year go? There’s been a chill in the air in the past week, my windscreen is frozen every morning.