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Ireland's Artisan Pantry Blog

18 Jan The Lush Larder
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Producer in County Armagh; Tracey Toner launched The Lush Larder in October 2019. Tracey makes small batches of artisian jams and chutney in her home in County Armagh. She uses only the finest ingredients, some of which she grows herself, to make her products. Tracey also sources fruit and vegetable..
18 Jan Daisy Cottage Farm
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Producer in South County Wicklow; In the rolling hills of South County Wicklow, Daisy Cottage Farm has all the wonders of the Southeast of Ireland on its doorstep.Located right at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, this idyllic setting is home to a multi award winning artisan bakery as well as ..
18 Jan NearyNógs
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Producer in Northern Ireland; NearyNógs are Northern Ireland's first bean to bar craft chocolate makers and also one of the oldest in Ireland. NearyNógs chocolate is made in small batches and crafted on the Mourne Coast.  Their family friendly chocolate factory has breath-taking views of the Irish S..
10 Dec Big Red Kitchen
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Producer in Boyne Valley; “Down a quiet country lane nestled in the Boyne Valley, is where you’ll find Big Red Kitchen. The Kitchen is the heart of our home, where the products you taste today are still made. Blending traditional methods with some modern flavour innovation, inspired by the wonderful..
10 Dec Solaris Tea
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Producer in Galway; Solaris is a family business established by husband and wife team Joerg and Karin Mueller, two qualified Medical Herbalists (BScHons). Based in Galway by the rugged shoreline of Irelands West coast, Solaris specialises in the blending and preparation of International Award-winnin..
10 Dec The Lismore Food Company
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Producer in Cork; Lismore Biscuits brings together three artisans who share a love of fine ingredients and a lifetime of experience in food.Beth-Ann Smith’s family history in food stretches back to Smith’s Stores, a fine food delicatessen and bakery on Cork’s Patrick Street. Having trained at Ballym..
10 Dec Wilde Irish Chocolates
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Producer in Clare; Patricia Farrell and her small, dedicated team handmake over eighty different types of chocolate, eighteen varieties of fudge and many other delicious chocolaty treats. The magic begins in their artesian chocolate factory which is based in East Clare on the beautiful shores of Lou..
24 Sep Revealed...The August Ireland's Artisan Pantry Box
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THE AUGUST 2020 IRELAND'S ARTISAN PANTRY BOX REVEALED! We really enjoyed curating this gorgeous Irish food hamper for our August box, with delicious goodies from County Cork. You can buy a one-off gift box from Ireland's Artisan Pantry or an Irish food subscription box for the gift that keeps on giv..
21 Sep WASI Irish Seaweed Pesto
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“I’m often asked what my obsession with seaweed is. I tell them how generations of women in my family swore by it to cure every ailment going." Founder of WASI Irish Seaweed Pesto, Claire O'Sullivan's great grandmother lived to 103 and her grandmother to 100, attributing their longevity to the heali..
20 Sep Seymours Irish Shortbread
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Since 2006, Seymours has produced homemade shortbread biscuits in their bakery in West Cork, Ireland, using fresh creamery butter from their cows - a unique feature of their award-winning shortbread.Founder Philip O'Connor started baking shortbread in his kitchen back in 2006. In 2008, he establishe..
20 Sep 5 Reasons To Sign Up To An Irish Artisan Pantry Box Today
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The best way of getting to know a country is through its food, and that’s particularly true for Ireland. Our island may be small but it has an endless source of artisan products, regional specialities, and lots of passionate people behind them.If you want to discover the flavours that make Ireland’s..
19 Sep Exploding Tree Chocolate
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This bean-to-bar chocolate is made from 100% fair-trade cocoa and coconut sugar bought directly from farming cooperatives in developing countries. The chocolate is stone ground, hand poured and truly artisan.Allison decided to buy directly from farming co-operatives in developing countries so that..
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