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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Review: Two Boys Brew, Dublin 7

About three years ago an Irish reader called Taurean Coughlan used to leave me lovely comments on the blog and social media. From what I could understand he lived in Melbourne, Australia and my blog (amongst others) helped him to keep up to date with the changing food scene back home.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

The Dordogne Valley: Issigeac, Château de Panisseau, La Tour des Vents, Maison Vari (Monbazillac)

I'm quite sad to say that it's the last instalment of my blog trip to the Dordogne Valley. I was there in May so it's about time, but I'll miss these excuses to relive this trip.

Monday, 10 October 2016

Travel: An Ottolenghi Pilgrimage in London

If you've been a long time reader you know how much I love Yottam Ottolenghi. The truth is I own all of Ottolenghi's cookbooks and sometimes I struggle to use any other ones. There are some recipes I've used so many times that the pages almost taste like the dishes and I often happen to find a coriander leaf or chili seed in there too. Jerusalem, which I reviewed here is my favourite and most used cookbook of all time and I've also reviewed Plenty More and Nopi.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Life: Running My First Half Marathon

Dublin Half Marathon

No, no you haven't landed on the wrong blog and you read right, today I'm going to talk a little bit about running. Let me explain...

Friday, 16 September 2016

Things to do in Dublin: Airfield Estate

I've been meaning to visit Airfield Estate for ages but never got around to it until recently. I'm pretty bad I have to say when it comes to leaving the city centre and frankly taking the Luas to Ballaly feels like lots of effort but I'm so glad I made it there.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Travel: Sarlat Food Market, Dordogne Valley, France

I'm delighted to be sharing some pictures of Sarlat market with you today! I've only been to France once this year, on this blog trip to the Dordogne Valley so writing this is a lovely way to remember my native country.
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