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It is Friday the 13th, a day that strikes fear into the superstitious, but a date that has been looked forward to by many, as the Ballinrobe race season starts tonight.
It’s that time of the year, the Galway Races start on Monday, and half the country will be up at Ballybrit for a punt. I worked up there many years ago as a chef, and one of the most popular meals on sale was the steak baguette.
Easter is only a few days away, and traditionally roast lamb is served on Easter Sunday. This tradition goes back to a time before Easter, where a sacrificial lamb was roasted and eaten to celebrate the first Passover by the Jewish people. As Hebrews converted to Christianity, they brought their traditions with them. The Christians often reference Jesus as the Lamb of God, thus the traditions merged.
With the demands of modern life, finding the time and energy to cook a hearty and wholesome meal after coming home from work can be challenging. To make things a bit easier for you, the team at Bord Bia have come up with some tasty, easy to prepare recipes.
Supermac's is probably not the first place that springs to mind when you think about popping out to pick up a salad, but that is just about to change. As part of the popular SuperSubs brand, three new signature salads have been launched, including a vegetarian option, just in time for the summer season. This is in addition to the excellent existing SuperSubs menu that includes wraps, subs and soups, found at selected Supermac’s restaurants around the country.
Fourteen new jobs are to be created in Athlone, with the news that Mixgreens, the healthy fast food franchise is to open its fifth restaurant on April 15 in the Athlone Towncentre.
By this time of the year the first salads of the season should well and truly have been pulled and the second lot or subsequent sowing already developing along nicely. No better time then for the salad books to hit the shelves, although this particular ‘gem’ maintains it has a salad for every season.
Millennium Restaurant on Oliver Plunkett Street in Mullingar is Osman Kocadag’s second eaterie in Westmeath, the other being his restaurant of the same name in Moate. On arrival at lunchtime, on a miserable, wild afternoon, the restaurant promises a lot from its stylish exterior to bright pastel, cream, red and soft wood combinations. It is a comfortable restaurant with upbeat eclectic music running a loop with enough room to simultaneously be attractive to a couple looking for a quiet table or a family relaxing at a get-together. It is also a buffer to the raging storm outside.