Local Heroes: Blanco Niño Authentic Tortilleria

Blanco Nino

"Authentic Tortillas from Tipperary? Nah, that has to be a mistake!" Nope, rest assured, my local food hero of today, 'Blanco Niño', is nothing short of sheer brilliance. The founder of the company, Phil,  had a very simple idea: open up Dublin's first Taqueria. Unfortunately he was struggling to find real authentic corn tortillas in Europe, which is of course essential for making real good tacos. Luckily for us here…

The Old Convent – Clogheen

The Old Convent

I rarely write about restaurants, as I'm more focused on making my own recipes of course, but for our birthday dinner me and my partner went up to The Old Convent in Clogheen, Tipperary, and it was just so fabulous that I simply had to share it with you all. We had heard some really good things about the restaurant and had driven past it a few times already but hadn’t…

Local Heroes: Brady Family Ham

Brady Family

As you know, I'm passionate about Irish food, local producers and seasonal produce. So I was only delighted to be invited to Brady Family's launch of their three new flavours of packaged ham: twice turf smoked, whiskey marmalade glazed and black pudding spiced. I was really impressed with everything I learned that day, from how it's always been a family business to how they are still using the traditional ways…

Cork’s first Dessert Festival: June 26th – July 2nd

Cork Dessert Festival

Festival Cork are people after my own heart. First they organised the hugely popular Burger Festival, then the Whiskey Festival and now 2017 is set to get another smashing festival: Cork's Dessert Festival! I was lucky enough to get to try out two venues during the Burger Festival: Electric and Yellow Sub and had a fantastic and delicious time! I missed out on the Whiskey festival unfortunately but there's no…

Cork Burger Festival: Electric

Cork Burger Festival: Electric

As you probably have read by now, Cork Burger Festival is currently running here in Cork, Ireland. Although the festival is only in it's first year now, it's looking to be a great start. One of the goals of the festival was to help put Cork on the map a bit more, and to provide some good food entertainment in an otherwise quite boring time of the year. I must say Cork…

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