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Peacocks, peat and Gaelic football

During our short stay at Ashley Park House, Nenagh we make friends with a peacock and his family, learn that peat bog fuel is still very much part of Irish life and that a memory of a good summer two years ago here is seen as a glass half full. 324 more words


Autumn is nearly here

Not many of us live in rural communities, and of those who do not all are dependent on farming and agriculture for their livelihoods as they would have been in times gone by. 862 more words


Running, Eating, and Traveling: Dublin, Ireland

And my big summer trip was… Ireland! It was a last minute trip as I had first planned on going to Mexico to save money, but then I couldn’t find a travel partner and drinking at an all-inclusive resort by yourself is not that appealing, so on 4th of July I changed my plans and bought a flight to Ireland for pretty much the next day. 1,454 more words


Back in Business!

Well, I’m back after over a year long hiatus. Many, many months of focusing on my job, starting grad school and dealing with the various challenges life has thrown at me hasn’t stopped me from entertaining my hobbies…just from blogging about them! 130 more words

Day 1, part 2

After our showers and power naps we explored Trinity College, walked down Grafton street, found food to eat at The Porterhouse and walked along River Liffey. 13 more words


Beef Stew

This recipe is inspired by traditional Irish stews. I love the rich, layered, complex flavors that only time can develop. Well, time and great ingredients, of course. 2,594 more words


Ireland Day 3 - Irish Stew

So today we’ve got Irish Stew which is pretty awesome if you ask me.

Irish Stew


So it looks as if Irish Stew came about partially due to the fact that one of the only real cooking methods for a long time was using a cauldron. 467 more words