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Grow potatoes for a high yield from a relatively small growth space

Where would the nation be without the humble potato?

Potatoes produce high yield from relatively small growth space and will store well

Where would the nation be without the humble potato?

Celebrate the spud this National Potato Day

Bord Bia’s National Potato Day 2020 will take place tomorrow, Friday October 2. The annual celebration honours one of Ireland’s favourite foods, the versatile and delicious potato.

Recipe of the Week: COLLERAN’S POT ROAST LOIN OF PORK IN CIDER WITH CELERIAC

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COLLERANS POT ROAST LOIN OF PORK IN CIDER WITH CELERIAC Recipe.

Nutritious fish pie is a family favourite

This recipe is a great family meal. With experts recommending that we eat two portions of fish a week to boost our health reserves, fish pie is a great way to introduce fish into your diet.

The baked potato is back...it's a lunch thing!

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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.

Danolla's wins Fish and Chips Takeaway of the Year

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Danolla's Diner and Takeaway in Castlebar has won the title of 'Best Fish and Chips in Connacht' at the Irish Takeaway Awards.

Migration is key theme for this year's Food On The Edge

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Migration — how food travels and how this journey affects people's perception of food — is the main theme for this year's Food on the Edge, taking place on October 21 and 22.

Modern college cooking - baked beans and beyond

Cara Cunningham, Community Dietitian

For shuck’s sake — Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival turns 65

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Natives. Flats. Native flats. Ostrea edulis – whatever you call our native oysters they are as much a part of the food fabric and history of Ireland as our butter.

 

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