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The recent acts of mass murder in New Zealand and Sri Lanka have all too potently shown the grave threat of religious extremism in today’s world as well as highlighting the troubled relationship between Islam and Christianity.
It is hard to believe several years have passed since local Tuam historian Catherine Corless uncovered the heartbreaking scandal of undocumented burials at the Tuam Mothers and Baby home - one which is sadly still ongoing.
The gentlemen with whom I share my home (one husband and one child) are disinclined, at the best of times, to partake of vegetables of any description, and though they might be tolerated as a necessary evil occasionally – on top of a pizza, for instance – salad leaves of any kind seem to give rise to a red line. They are, after all, food for rabbits – and I suppose I must have been a rabbit in a former life because they are one of my absolute favourite things. It winds me up though, that the only way to buy them is usually as a whole head of one kind of lettuce – boring! – or as a mixture in a bag – much more interesting and delicious, but it’s hard to get through a whole bag by yourself before they get limp and lifeless, and I hate waste. So this week I’ve been planting my own ‘cut and come again’ lettuce.
The Ardilaun Bistro as part of The Ardilaun Hotel, a well known and much loved Galway landmark hotel, has introduced new seasonal menus. The popular hotel, known for its service, family-run warmth, and stunning location and grounds, with free parking, is the perfect stop for eating out. Located on leafy Taylor’s Hill, The Ardilaun is one of Galway’s longest standing hotels and has been serving some of the finest food in the city for the past 57 years.
Makes: 10 muffins
Nothing announces the arrival of summer quite like a barbecue, so why not arrange a summer celebration with a difference this year. The Veranda Lounge at The Galmont boosts an outdoor terrace overlooking Lough Atalia and Galway Bay, providing the perfect venue for a summer celebration.
Two towns in Mayo could benefit to the tune of up to €500,000 between them through a new Fáilte Ireland scheme that was announced this week.
It is 42 years since Eugene Macken captained St Colman's College, Claremorris, to Hogan Cup glory against Carmelite College, Moate - and the south Mayo school is still the only school from the county to claim the top prize in school's football since it started in 1946.
Start Mother’s Day on the right note with a delicious and decadent brunch spread featuring savoury cheese french toast with roasted cherry tomatoes and poached eggs. The annual occasion on which mothers must be treated with ultimate love, care and affection, so involve all the children in the kitchen as you prepare the best breakfast in bed possible!
Marie Dolan joined Slimming World in Salthill in September 2013. Having lost eight stone the previous year, she had started to regain some of that weight and decided to give Slimming World a try.