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Once it was just one of the basic needs of life, a fuel to survive, but food and our attitude to it has certainly changed course many times.
LOVE AND romance are the ingredients of Music for Galway's 2018 midwinter festival, Beloved - Composers In Love, a beautiful programme of music by famous composers, written during times of intense passion, which takes place at the Town Hall Theatre from January 19 to 21.
It is tough being a modern man, woman, or young person. Twenty first century life moves at a frenetic pace. It is unrecognisable from the pace of life that existed a generation ago. We communicate and consume in completely different ways. In the pre-mobile phone era, we all knew training was on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm and that the game was on after Mass on Sunday. We all knew instinctively that lifts would be available if required, and knew exactly who was going in what cars. A lot of things were pre-planned because they had to be. This included meal time. A striking feature of modern times is that an increasing amount of meal times are classed as meals-on-the-go. The challenge here is to strike a balance between a busy, active lifestyle and getting the necessary nutrition on board that helps to sustain it.
DELICIOUS LINE-UP AT THE SKEFF FOR EASTER WEEKEND
Westmeath’s talented food and drink producers are being offered the chance to showcase their skills at national level, thanks to Ireland’s artisan food festival, Bite 2016.
There is something hot happening in Ireland — Mexican food, one of the biggest food trends of recent years, has gone mainstream, and shows no signs of cooling down just yet.
Cork and Limerick have one and Dublin has at least three, so it was well overdue for Galway to have one also. A city rich in farming and fishing history, there are many more culinary treats to Galway than meet the eye. Sheena Dignam is more than happy to share these with us on her new food tour of the Galway Market and further afield, designed to best showcase some of our tasty treasures.
The parents association of Cloonakilla NS, Bealnamulla, Athlone are gearing up for a pre-Christmas fundraiser on Thursday November 28.
The Prince of Wales and Karma nightclub, Athlone have always been a popular destinations for tourists and locals alike who are looking for delicious food, great cocktails, and excellent service.