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Monday, 25 April 2016

Review: The Washerwoman, Glasnevin, Dublin 9


On a very productive Saturday, Mr FFID and I walked from Dublin city centre to Glasnevin.
We first stopped into the buzzing Honest 2 Goodness market and then joined a guided tour of Glasnevin cemetery. The tour was very interesting, it was an hour and a half long and we got to the burial sites and tombstones of many of Ireland's historical figures.
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Friday, 22 April 2016

Where to Buy The Best Bread in Dublin


I live in the city centre and I always complain that there is no bakery in my part of the city. I make my own sourdough bread but because it's a long process I can't always predict my bread cravings. I have a few places I go to to buy bread though, so here is my selection of the best places to pick up a loaf or baguette.
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Monday, 18 April 2016

Review: Bastible, Dublin 8


Shortly after it opened, Bastible was reviewed by Catherine Cleary from the Irish Times and people went mad! Everyone tried to get a table and the restaurant had to stop taking bookings for a while.
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Saturday, 16 April 2016

FFID'S Latest Features: The Irish Independent & Radio Canada


Happy Saturday! I was honoured to receive some press features in the last month so I thought I'd share them here in case you don't follow me across the other social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter).
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Wednesday, 6 April 2016

5 Tips to Take Good Instagram Food Pictures With Your Phone

5 Tips to Take Good Instagram Food Pictures With Your Phone

You probably know how much I love Instagram (follow me @frenchfoodieindublin). My account is a mix of food and Dublin which kind of sums up my blog. I'm not the best food photographer but I've been asked for advice a few times so I though I'd share my 5 top tips to take good Instagram food pictures with your phone.
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Monday, 4 April 2016

Review: Sprout & Co Kitchen


When I was training in Ballymaloe cookery school last year, Darina Allen mentioned Jack Kirwan, an alumni student and co-owner of Sprout & Co Kitchen. When I came back to Dublin I saw their cold pressed juices in Avoca. I tried them and even though I'm not the healthiest eater on earth I really loved them (especial when I'm hungover I must admit). 
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