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Coming soon....

It’s been a busy couple of years in work hence I have been very quiet on the blog. Things getting more settled now and I am even more inspired to reactivate my Irish food blog so watch out for some updates soon to include recent visits to Macnean House in Cavan with the wonderful Neven Maguire, a stay in Lough Erne resort in Fermanagh with a dinner chosen for us by chef Noel McNeel and a visit to the fantastic Ballymaloe house and meeting with Rachel Allen.

Cork Re-Visited

A few more shots taken on my recent visit to Kinsale, Co Cork and a lovely little beach at Inchadoney. They are a bit of a mix but someone might enjoy. 49 more words


Keeping Irish Sport at the Top

Sport is very important to the Irish, whether its golf, rugby, boxing or even American football! Yes, that’s right one of the biggest stars of the NFL is of Irish descent. 482 more words


Is Liam Neeson Bringing Back Irish Trad Music?

The ladies swoon at the mere mention of his name. ‘“oooo, Liam Neeson and that musical-voice of his”

Well, that velvety-voiced legend that is Liam Neeson has certainly put Irish acting on the map. 452 more words


Is Turf the Answer?

U.S. crude settled down 5 percent at $48.87 a barrel on Friday as fears about the disruption of Middle East crude shipments from Yemen’s conflict eased. 394 more words


Is Irish Film onto Something New?

What are film festivals for? Maybe, it’s not a question worth asking. For most of the year we whine about folks not turning out for “serious” cinema. 540 more words


Is Ireland on Your List?

“There are no strangers here, Only friends you have not yet met” WB Yeats.

William Butler Yeats, the renowned Irish poet was born in Dublin and shortly afterwards his family moved back to Merville, Sligo where young poet came to think of the area as his childhood and spiritual home. 438 more words