Category Archives: ireland

You know, it is actually OK to eat Sliced Bread!

I’ve been a professional chef for over thirty years and being a chef means that you have the opportunities to cook and eat some amazing food! I will eat anything (except prawns, crab and lobster, which I suddenly became allergic … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss the Coolest Foodie Break in Ireland on May 21st

I’m delighted to announce our first Donegal Food Tour in collaboration with Harvey’s Point Hotel, run by the wonderful Deirdre Gysling and her husband, Marc! We will explore some of the best in local and seasonal food and drink, on … Continue reading

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Ireland takes part in unique World Food Travel Association study into Food Tourism

Erik Wolf, Executive Director of the World Food Travel Association (WFTA) has announced the largest Food Tourism Study ever conducted. The new global food and drink tourism research breaks new ground and includes global data, beverage tourism and PsychoCulinary profiling. … Continue reading

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The 14 Food Ingredients that must now be Declared as Allergens on Food Labelling

The Food Information Regulations are changing and new rules come into force on 13 December 2014. This requires food businesses providing non-prepacked food e.g. restaurants, delis, canteens, takeaways, cafes, retail outlets etc., to indicate to consumers the use of any … Continue reading

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