Posts Tagged potatoes
Lumper potatoes make their return for a new potato season, with a lunch celebrated at Gallagher’s Boxty House and plenty of food for thought on Irish Famine history
Making a case for Sarpo Axona potatoes from the Sarvari Research Trust in Wales: high levels of natural blight resistance and not bad in the kitchen either.
On the work of Vita, the Potato Centre of Excellence and the Irish Potato Coalition in tackling food security issues in Ethiopia and other parts of East Africa using the potato
On Tayto and Tayto N.I. and the challenges posed to their crisps business by Big Food corporations like PepsiCo, plus an appeal to help Irish Seed Savers
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
Potatoes roasted with green beans and garlic, tossed in a simple lemon and mustard dressing
Improper butter, a new range of Irish flavoured butters, just the thing to add a bit of punch to your spuds
A report from the GIY Gathering in Waterford, where the talk was of food empathy and spuds, specifically the contentious issue of whether Ireland needs GM potatoes. This is my take.