Friday, 11 January 2019

Proper Bread in Dublin 2: Bread 41



I was in France for the new year and was so envious of my parents' routine of going to the bakery every morning to pick a baguette or pain de campagne. Even though the local baker operates a van delivery service to their remote hamlet they still feel they need to go to the village's bakery; it's a ritual that kicks off their morning routine. In the early evening if we had eaten most of the bread at lunch they'd run to the bakery again to get bread for dinner before it had closed at 7pm. We eat far too much bread in my family.
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Monday, 31 December 2018

2018 Food Highlights



It's the time of the year when everyone shares their food "awards", revealing their favourite places of the past twelve months. I thought I'd throw in this quick round-up of my 2018 food highlights before we start 2019.
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Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Good Vibes, Craft & Food: the Dublin Flea Christmas Market

dublin flea christmas market 2018


The Dublin Flea Market (along with other Sunday markets) sadly had to close earlier this year due to the redevelopment of Newmarket Square. While the organisers have lost their usual market venue and are in search of a new home (you can support them here) they still managed to run their uber cool Dublin Flea Christmas Market at the Point Square in Dublin again this year.
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Sunday, 9 December 2018

Christmas Gifts with a Conscience: We Make Good Pop Up Shop, Smithfield

we make good pop up shop smithfield


If you're looking for some Christmas gifts with a difference, head over to Smithfield Square to visit the We Make Good design pop up shop.
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