Saturday, 14 October 2017

Seville City Guide: What to See, Eat & Drink

A few years ago I spent a couple of days travelling by myself around Andalusia (Seville, Cordóba and Granada) and fell in love with this region of Southern Spain. So when Mr. FFID and I were invited to a wedding outside Malaga I planned the trip making sure we had a few extra days in Seville before the celebrations as I really wanted Mr. FFID to see what the city was like.

Monday, 25 September 2017

Recipe: Lamb Tagine with Prunes and Almonds

I’m delighted to be a ‘Lambassador’ for the European Lamb – Tasty, Easy, Fun campaign again this year and to spread some ‘lamb love’ on the blog today. The aim of the campaign is to show the versatility of lamb as a key ingredient and how easy it is to cook, hence the campaign name: ‘Lamb – Tasty, Easy Fun’.

Saturday, 23 September 2017

Blogwriting Course at the Irish Writers Centre

Hello everyone! I'll be back at the Irish Writers Centre from Wednesday 27th of September to teach another 6 week blogwriting course. I really enjoy teaching there so I thought I'd share the info here, in case some of you lovely readers would like to join.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Things to do & see in the Corrèze (Dordogne Valley)

My trip to France in June seems like such a distant memory, but as I was going through the pictures of my French holidays I thought I'd do a little round up of some great things to see and do when traveling around the Corrèze department/Dordogne Valley. If only there were direct flights from Ireland I'd definitely go more often... For now I just have to be patient until next year.

Monday, 28 August 2017

The Legal Eagle, Dublin 7

While the food scene has really improved in Dublin, the city still lacks pubs with great food. In terms of gastropubs, there's L. Mulligan Grocer and then quite frankly I can't think of anywhere else. Well thankfully another great option has arrived; the Legal Eagle.

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Sleeping in a Fairytale Tree House

My parents live in a beautiful remote part of France (the Dordogne Valley) where I love escaping to once a year. As I visit them very rarely I tend not to do much sightseeing over there and just spend quality time with them, also known as eating and drinking.