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Dietitian tips for eating out the healthy way

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Whether it’s the Monday morning breakfast roll to work or afternoon tea on Sunday with the girls, there has never been more reason or temptation to eat outside of the home. Eating out is here to stay, but how do you experience all of the joy but none of the guilt that eating out has to offer?Here are some tips from the dietitians at Croí Heart & Stroke Charity on eating healthy when out and about.

Green habits, green pots and lots of lovely green leaves

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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.

Gaslight at The Meyrick

The Meyrick has long had a special place in the hearts of the people of Galway. Known as the Railway Hotel when it opened in 1852, and later as the Great Southern Hotel, this stately showpiece looms large over Eyre Square. In 2006 it was renamed the Hotel Meyrick in order to maintain a link to its historical background, as Eyre Square was once named Meyrick Square. The hotel then underwent a refurbishment programme intended to reinstate the grandeur and elegance of its 19th century heyday, marble flooring, high ceilings, chandeliers and rich fabrics all contribute to re-creating the grandeur of old.

Beef burgers with bacon, farmhouse cheese, and tasty beetroot relish

Beef is wonderfully versatile, you can throw it in a stir fry, roast it in the oven, whack it in a curry, or simply grill it on the barbeque and you are bound to create something tasty.

Eat the rainbow - nourish bowls arrive in M&S

First seen in America, nourish bowls or ‘buddha bowls’ are a kaleidoscope of hearty, wholesome, and fresh ingredients creating a salad packed full of superfoods. New for January 2017, M&S has created six new nutrient-rich dishes to help give your body a boost of energy.

Wheat-free wonders

M&S has launched two new Made Without Wheat pasta salads, making lunch on the go easy and delicious for people avoiding gluten.

Lunchtime at the Maldron Hotel

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The Maldron Hotel occupies an imposing three storey redbrick building, set back from the busy road that feeds into the city on the Carrowmoneash roundabout. It is a short distance from here to the pretty village of Oranmore with its variety of bars, restaurants and shops. It enjoys all the peace and quiet of the countryside and is still just a 10km drive from the hustle and bustle of Galway.

Delicious summer lunch dining at The Connacht Hotel

The new summer lunch menu at The Connacht Hotel in Renmore, is sure to refresh your palate just on time, as we welcome the summer to Galway. The new lunch menu, which is available daily in the hotel's spacious Bar Solo, is sure to appeal to everyone. It is an extensive and carefully planned menu by the hotel's executive head chef Regis Herviaux.

Delicious summer lunch dining at The Connacht Hotel

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The new summer lunch menu at The Connacht Hotel in Renmore, is sure to refresh your palate as we welcome the summer to Galway. The new lunch menu, which is available daily in the hotel's spacious Bar Solo, is sure to appeal to everyone. It is an extensive and carefully planned menu by the hotel's executive head chef Regis Herviaux.

Summer lunch has arrived at The Connacht Hotel

Just as summer has arrived in Galway, so has the new lunch menu at The Connacht Hotel in Renmore. The hotel is a bustling and busy spot, due to its accessibility and distance from Galway's business parks and hospitals scattered throughout the east side of the city.

 

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