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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Review: Gaillot et Gray


Over two years ago I reviewed a lovely vintage Citroën truck selling pizzas in Greystones called Gaillot and Gray, so I was very happy to hear they opened a pizza place on Clanbrassil Street a few months ago. This is an interesting corner of Dublin 8, next door to craft beer pub 57 The Headline and very close to trendy Bastible; it's definitely worth a visit.
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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

News: Fáilte Ireland Food Champions



On Wednesday Fáilte Ireland (Ireland National Tourism Development Authority) announced their 16 Irish food champions and I'm so honoured to be one of them. Fáilte Ireland received over 400 nominations and I couldn't believe I was chosen.
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Friday, 10 June 2016

The Dordogne Valley: From Brive Airport to Terrasson-Lavilledieu


In my latest post about the Dordogne Valley I gave you a little teaser of what to expect, now we get to it properly. I'm going to detail my itinerary and the places we visited.
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Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Café Crush: Meet Me in the Morning


I haven't had a cafe crush in a such a long time... There are many places I like but they just don't tick all the boxes, maybe they're too noisy or the staff aren't very warm, and lately I've found that places start to look the same. So I was delighted to discover a new little café recently, which was a total breath of fresh air.
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Friday, 3 June 2016

Giveaway: Win Tickets to Taste of Dublin 2016


It's that time of the year again... Taste of Dublin returns to the Iveagh Gardens from Thursday 16th of June to Sunday 19th of June. It's an opportunity for all you foodies to taste some dishes from 12 Dublin restaurants, (re)discover around 60 food exhibitors and attend cooking demos given by some of Ireland's favourite chefs.
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Friday, 27 May 2016

The Dordogne Valley: What to Expect


Bonjour! If you're following me on social media you probably already know I was away last week, living the high life in France's Dordogne Valley.
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