Gluten who? Gluten you

Gluten who? Gluten you

Understanding what ceoliac disease and gluten intolerance is I think it is about time I wrote an article on Gluten. I really think that people don’t understand or have very limited knowledge of this subject and symptoms, and now this is part of global society I want...

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Costello’s Brewing Company

Costello’s Brewing Company

Craft Beer - An Alcoholic Beverage or a Drink with a Purpose? Going back years ago when I lived in Dublin, my life seemed to be exposed to living the young Irish man’s extreme drinking culture, and four days out of seven you would probably find me inside a pub or...

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Gaelic Escargot – The Snail Lady

Gaelic Escargot – The Snail Lady

First Commercial Snail Farm in Ireland As food innovation moves forward so does other countries’ culture regarding food. We never really turn our noses up at something different until it’s placed in front of us or perhaps as kids we were forced to eat what was put in...

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From Local Store to International Markets

From Local Store to International Markets

Chef Matthew Brownie and The Skibbereen Food Company goes from Strength to Strength with his Scratch My Pork Snack Range By Linda O'Leary Five years in business and Matthew Brownie the Kiwi Chef who owns The Skibbereen Food...

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What would I Eat in Space?

What would I Eat in Space?

3, 2, 1 we have lift off Houston, always a childhood memory watching rockets go into space & everyone remembers the excitement of this happening over the years of growing up. I always wondered what on earth (Excuse the Pun) they ate for if there is no gravity how...

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SPAM – The First Meat Tinned Product

Growing up as a small kid in the seventies and eighties I always remember eating this soft spreadable meat product that my whole family used to eat on sandwiches or on a cracker & being a kid I wouldn’t know any different if it was good for me or where it came...

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Who wants Kangaroo for Dinner?

Who wants Kangaroo for Dinner?

I have never really thought about a country who would eat their national emblem until I lived in Australia & fell in love with the taste of Kangaroo. The kangaroo is a recognisable symbol of Australia. The kangaroo and emu feature on the Australian Coat of Arms....

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