Roundup - Any Given Food

By: Any Given Food  05/12/2011

Foodie Roundup #35 - September 18th to 24th. The photo above is the Duck Terrine starter from Source Sligo, you'll find it on my Foodspotting profile.

Today’s Foodie Roundup, the 35th overall, comes to you between a head cold and the Ireland v Russia game in the Rugby World Cup. We’ve got the bonus point anyway if you’re reading this very early, so that’s the main thing. Anywhoo, here’s ten blog posts from other Irish food bloggers that you may have missed this past week.

Going back to the headcold, likely something I picked up on the bike having cycled from Kilkenny to Sligo this weekend (Kilkenny to Athlone on Friday, Athlone to Sligo yesterday), if anyone has any suggestions for fixes or remedies, I’ve a press here full of garlic, honey, random herbs, spirits, the lot. Will end up playing a right witch doctor later on to clear my head and chest.

Hope your Sunday isn’t as bunged up as mine!

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products - Any Given Food

The products which include chutneys, jams and Christmas fare such as cakes, puddings, mulled wine and gingerbread men, will be sold at Brown Thomas Limerick. They will also be sold directly from Doonbeg and at its highly successful Christmas market which takes place in the courtyard at Doonbeg in early December.


Festivals - Any Given Food

I spotted these guys coming across the bridge before lunchtime, on their way to set up for hourly threshing demos on the quay side, the product from which you could by as well. With the feed and a coffee out of the way, it was time for a pint, one of the perks of taking the train and not driving down so I settled in for a pint of Metalman Pale Ale.


Events - Any Given Food

Now more than ever, diners are looking for value for money and with Dine in Dublin’s unique price offerings, they’ll get to savour some of the city’s finest dishes at a fraction of the price. Joining in on the celebrations will be some of the city’s finest hotels, offering discounts on overnight stays so that diners can relax into the evening with all the city has to offer.