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27 Jun Gorgeous Days Out for Foodies in County Kerry
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Kerry holds the heart of so many of us that live in Ireland or love to visit. It is located along the Wild Atlantic Wad rises sharply from sea level to Ireland's highest mountains. I first began visiting County Kerry as a child when we camped or stayed in old stone cottages on local farms, enjoying ..
11 Jun Dublin Bay Prawn Scampi
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Dublin is a city on the sea and just 30 minutes from this Irish city you can find yourself in picturesque seaside towns, with the freshest seafood and bracing coastal walks. Bring Dublin to you with this recipe for gorgeous Dublin Bay prawns, with thanks to Bubbas Sauces included in our Irish Hamper..
10 Jun Guacamole with Tortilla Chips and Peanut Rayu
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Recipe Time! Relax this weekend with a bowl of guac and some tortilla chips :)Whip up a bowl of guacamole with this authentic recipe from Blanco Niño to go with their tortilla chips and top with White Mausu's Peanut Rayu, all from our Irish hamper and Irish subscription box range. Ingredients5 Avoca..
30 Apr April 2021 – The Tipperary Box
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With its lush pastures County Tipperary has long been associated with its quality food offering including its famous cheeses and beef. My husband’s family come from Tipperary Town. An ideal day for me is walking the fields of their family farm and enjoying my mother-in-law Liz’s home-made Sloe Gin m..
07 Apr March 2021 – The Armagh Box
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County Armagh is known as the ‘Orchard County’. If what you're looking for is premium quality green apples, there's no place like the county's southern rolling hills and northern flatlands. Food-wise, County Armagh has something for every palate. We were thrilled to present such a fine selection of ..
07 Apr February 2021 – The Meath Box
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Known as ‘The Royal County’ County Meath offers heritage in abundance. It was once the former seat of the High Kings of Ireland and is home to a Unesco World Heritage site (one of only three in Ireland) at Brú na Bóinne. County Meath has long been famous for its food production. Named ‘The Bounty of..
07 Apr January 2021 - The Waterford Box
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County Waterford or Port Láirge in Gaelic is located along Ireland’s Ancient East, enjoying miles of stunning coastline and Ireland’s oldest city. With the Knockmealdown and the Comeragh mountains in the background, ‘The Déise’ is a land of natural beauty. The food is show-stopping too and we hope w..
07 Apr December 2020 - The Galway Box
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County Galway's wild and romantic landscape has inspired artists and writers for generations, and it enjoys a rich cultural and culinary history. We chose some very talented Galwegian food producers for this box and really enjoyed curating it.This box contained:Kylemore Acres - Galway Bay Seafood Ch..
07 Apr November 2020 - The Dublin Box
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Dublin is a foodie paradise, a unique city of villages, surrounded by mountains and sea. From fish shacks and dim sum eateries to Michelin-starred restaurants, Dublin can hold its own on the international stage. Soak up Dublin’s food scene with a food tour, a walk through a bustling market, a leisur..
07 Apr October 2020 - The Wicklow Box
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As Irish poet Thomas Moore once penned, “There is not in the wide world a valley so sweet.” Only a stones throw from Dublin, the wild county of Wicklow is home to beautiful scenery, mountain walks, seaside villages and fantastic food producers. We chose some of the tastiest producers the county has ..
07 Apr September 2020 - The Cork Box
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From Cork’s rich farmland to the wild Atlantic waters of its 1,000-kilometre-long coast, you will uncover passionate food producers, colourful cafes and markets. This box brought our members a flavour of Cork's vibrant food scene.This box contained:Mella's Irish Butter - Vanilla Fudge Pouch Fudge Va..
18 Jan Gran Gran Foods
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Producer in Ireland; Great aromas were coming from Gran Grans Murray’s kitchen, from her treacle bread to her roast pork with crackling with which she would make a fresh Bramley apple sauce, there was a never-ending beautiful smell coming from the stove. It was about then, that Nigel realized, that ..
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