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The Slow Food movement is a global initiative focused on encouraging people to stop eating fast food but taking the time to prepare and eat whole, local food 🐌
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We're very proud to be in John & Sally McKennas' Guides again for 2019! Thanks folks ♥️
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Velvet Cloud Oct 14
Some recent creations from fabulous Irish chefs using Velvet Cloud. Thank you as always for your support. 😁🐑
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Wild Atlantic Words Oct 10
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Velvet Cloud Oct 9
Interesting history of our relationship with Monkfish by in last Saturday's Weekend in . Caught my eye because JP advises finishing off your curry with "lashings" of sheep's yogurt 😁🐑 . Thanks JP 😁🐑
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Dining Room Oct 9
Wow wow wow what just happened! We just won casual dining restaurant Connaught! We are absolutely delighted!
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David O'Donnell Oct 9
Testing out some white bread made with regular milk🐄🥛 have to try 🐏🥛 next for to see which is better🥖😋bal
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Jp McMahon Oct 9
Vat increased for restaurants is so short sighted. Say goodbye to a lot a lot of Independent local cafes and restaurants. Say hello to more generic chains. This does nothing for Irish food.
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RUA Oct 8
This Sunday 14th October 🎂 Open at Rua Spencer Street for Sunday Lunch and St.Joseph’s School annual Cake Sale in the Deli 🎂
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Frankie Mallon Oct 8
Our voice needs to be heard dont let it go to 13.5 % please RT
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fionntan gogarty Oct 8
Wonderful to see wildwood dressing and Aran island goat cheese back together again on the Today Show RTE you will find them
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Jack Fenn. Oct 7
Moiled Beef Shin Stew with Sweet Potatoes, Chickpeas, Ballyhoura Mushrooms & Lovage with Couscous! On the menu today! is one of the rarest & most distinctive native cattle breeds! is open daily from Wednesday to Sunday, 11am - 5pm.
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fionntan gogarty Oct 7
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Cong Food Village Oct 7
An excellent demo with cooking up delicious prime cuts of venison... Showing us how it’s done!!!
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RUA Oct 7
Looking forward to hearing read from her book ‘Ireland’s Green Larder’ as part of Festival this Weds 10th Oct 7.30pm at Rua Spencer Street. Get in touch to book if you’d like to join us 📗📗
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Noo Chocolates Oct 6
Happy campers here in Dingle, we've just won silver at the Blas na hEireann awards for our Achill Island Sea Salted Caramels!!
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PantryandCorkscrew Oct 4
We were delighted to be featured in last week Check out our interview here
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Noo Chocolates Oct 4
The clock is ticking down, tomorrow Noo Chocolates heads down to lovely Dingle for the awards! So excited and honoured to be a finalist with our best selling salted caramels made with , looking forward to an great weekend!
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David O'Donnell Oct 3
Exciting times ahead sourcing Irish Molied Beef for one of the rarest and most distinctive native cattle breeds through local farmer Seamus Heverin Ballina and Craft Butcher John Shannon Kiltimagh
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☘️Achill Lamb ☘️ Oct 3
Hello 👋🏻can u pls take a moment to vote for our Dad. He has been shortlisted for a prestigious award. He is one of Irelands oldest producing for 55years 🍀
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IrishSeedSaversAssoc Oct 2
Apple tree of the day is THE IRISH PEACH - The earliest to ripen of the Irish varieties. A juicy and tangy bite.Tip-bearing tree often chosen for its ornamental appeal when flowering. Brightly coloured fruit that...
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