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Country Harvest, situated at Tesco Shopping Centre, Claremorris, is an Irish owned shop dealing exclusively with Irish suppliers and supporting local growers.
Irish charity Vita (formerly Refugee Trust) is appealing for support in Knock to help fight hunger in Ethiopia and free families from the risk of famine.
Irish charity Vita, (formerly Refugee Trust) is appealing for support in Kilkenny to help fight hunger in Ethiopia and free families from the risk of famine.
Over the years Loughrea has not had many new cafés/restaurants, and now in the space of less than six months, I visited a third new venture. The Corry family has had a butcher’s business in Loughrea for many years and just two years ago they made the brave move to a new architect-designed building beside the old railway station. The café is situated on an open mezzanine upstairs and is now producing some really good food. Like several places I talked about recently, it is on its third incarnation, the new head chef and proprietor Nigel along with his wife Magaly at front of house, has I believe got the right formula and range of products.
The psychological benefits of growing your own vegetables to feed your family, far outweigh the initial financial outlay to buy the seed, according to Ger McGaugh, of McGaughs Gardening Complex.
New Year’s resolutions are a bit like cooking a perfect soufflé, lots of thought and preparation go in to the making but the result is often less than hoped for. However, on the assumption that some good might come from said resolutions, then it is perhaps worth putting pen to paper. I am listing here some which might be worth consideration and also my fantasy resolutions for 2011.
Potato pods will help you enjoy your very own home grown new potatoes. Whether you are a gardener or not, you can grow potatoes. You don’t even need a garden; you can place the pods in a small area and enjoy fresh new potatoes cooked within minutes of picking.
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Potato growers and other farmers throughout Galway who are facing financial ruin in the wake of the flooding and more recent cold spell are now calling on the Government to urgently provide assistance to save them from going out of business.
Over 72 schools in Mayo have participated in a Meet the Spuds! challenge, where they all harvested the Colleen potato variety in an effort to create a greater appeal of the Irish potato in Mayo throughout the month of November.