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Cooking is many things to many people. Lou will admit it herself that she was not a great cook until she took herself off to GMIT to train as a chef at the age of 30. Under the guidance of the talented lecturers she learned to bake, make sauces, cook meat, fish, and vegetables. She then put it into practice in professional kitchens in Galway city for over a decade. Now her food is real, honest, home cooking. She shares her own recipes, with time saving tricks and handy tips to help cooks of all levels produce well balanced tasty food at home. She shares this knowledge with children and adults through her online cooking classes.
A historian and a technologist walked into a bar... Well actually, they didn’t. In fact, the two of them have only met up face to face in the last week having spent the last year being remotely apart yet firmly at the centre of Irish publishing’s biggest success.
Sprig, the online cookery school run by professional chef Eamon Lynch, which has built a reputation for collaborating with food industry A-listers, has just revealed its latest stellar line-up of tutors for the coming months.
The combination of particularly strong demand and limited supply is causing house prices to rise across Ireland. A prolonged shortage of properties on the market has resulted in prices rising by almost seven per cent in the year to June, the fastest rate of property price increases in almost three years. According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) prices have now risen for 10 months in a row.
The combination of particularly strong demand and limited supply is causing house prices to rise across Ireland.
The Homeplace Cafe in Headford celebrates two years in business this Saturday. After its opening in 2019, the cafe quickly became known for its warm, welcoming, atmosphere and cosy surroundings, not to mention the fabulous home cooked breakfast and lunch. Local artists were invited to exhibit their work on the walls of the cafe which also lent to the atmosphere and added to the sense of community that it has become known for.
Radisson Athlone and the iNUA Collection is delighted to announce a new programme that puts that focus firmly on the consistent learning and development culture throughout the kitchens of the iNUA brand, targeting chefs at all levels.
With packages and attractive rates offering great value coupled with a range of interesting and exciting things to do, a break in Dublin makes more sense than ever.
Irish hotel group, The iNua Collection, has announced the creation of 50 jobs at the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone.