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Tourism Northern Ireland has announced that 2016 will be the Year of Food and has promised an action-packed menu of tasty treats for visitors from the Republic of Ireland to look forward to.
Galway chef, Jp McMahon has been announced as a speaker at the prestigious Ballymaloe Literary Festival.
The Christmas season kicks off in style for food lovers at the Festive Food Fest in Newport on Friday next, November 21.
McCambridges of Galway has been awarded Just Ask Restaurant of the Month for April.
Galway city’s Michelin star restaurant Anair added yet another accolade to its ever increasing list after its Boutique Cookery School scooped the Innovative Cookery Course award at the Good Food Ireland Awards.
Charismatic hotelier and TV personalities Francis and John Brennan will be in Athenry next week to film for RTÉ's At Your Service at the New Park Hotel, Athenry.
Whether you love to cook, or just love to eat, there are plenty of great foodies on Twitter that you can follow. From celebrity types you would recognise from the television to professional chefs, bloggers, and restaurant critics, many food lovers are tapping into Twitter’s real-time network to offer up recipes, promote products, and recommend restaurants or otherwise. You can get an inside look at life in the kitchen, or just feast your eyes on other people’s lunches. Most of the food community in Ireland have embraced Twitter also. And yes, I myself engage in the occasional tweet (I know you are not supposed to talk to strangers on the internet, but this is different. Honest!) as do a lot of other Irish food bloggers — there are about 600 of us, believe it or not
The House Hotel is one of my favourite little boltholes in Galway. Cool, quirky, and fun, you can't beat it for location. The rooms are lovely and settling into one of the squashy pink couches in the lobby with one of the rather superior afternoon teas is a great way to catch up with friends.
Temperatures are set to soar in the award-winning kitchen of the g Hotel with the announcement that two well known Irish celebrities, a stunning presenter from television and a charismatic radio DJ, will attempt to cook a gourmet menu for The Restaurant at the g charity dinner which will take place on Thursday April 19. This popular event is in aid of Console, a national organisation supporting people in suicidal crisis and those bereaved by suicide.
This week I have a few different items that may be of interest to food lovers, hence the fairly non-specific title. There are two types of ‘pop-ups’ that have entered our vocabulary over the past few years, the first is a nuisance and it describes those usually unwanted ads which pop up when you are opening websites. The other is somewhat more interesting; it is used to describe a venue for a restaurant or perhaps a retail outlet that will open for one or maybe a few days or nights only. The retail element is the more recent and is perhaps a result of so many shops being vacant and landlords being happy to rent for a few days.