So, after several years of terribly trendy kale, it seems that cabbage is the new rising star. But, food trend or no, isn’t it ok to have both?
On feeling right at home on Prince Edward Island – where Irish roots are many, spuds and seafood are big and where there’s more to explore than just Anne of Green Gables
Marking 5 years of The Daily Spud with a trip to the Dingle Food Festival, judging at Blas na hEireann (the Irish Food Awards) and learning a lot about seaweed
It’s all about Tipp, with the recent Tipperary Food Producer’s dinner in Avoca Monkstown, followed by a weekend trip to Tipperary’s Glen of Aherlow and a visit to Con Traas’ wonderful apple farm
Time for a little bit of American eating in Ireland with a po’boy party featuring fried oyster po’boys and root beer floats
Bloom in the Park rolls around again, this year with potato cookery demos from Raymond Moran, inspired by which I make some fish cakes with Burren Smokehouse hot smoked salmon
In which I attend a fish masterclass and sample a new fish-based menu at Dublin’s Cliff Town House, and also have some chips to keep me happy
It’s a potato, fish and tomato stew. Or a very hearty, fishy soup. Or possibly both.