Congratulations to Anne Kennedy over on Greatfood.ie who has got her new fine food and ingredient gift shop – Greatfood2buy.com – off the ground in perfect time for Christmas. I know she has been cooking and testing for the Greatfood.ie range of chutneys, preserves and jams – Wild Cranberry and Apple Relish sounds especially good and I think I’ll have to pick up a jar of Onion Marmalade with Plums and Port for myself. Living in the countryside, it’s not always easy to get your hands on things like puy lentils, verjuice, organic polenta, lavender honey, quality spices or my favourite argan oil but Anne has put together a great selection of products that can be all yours in the click of a button (if you have the use of a handy credit card…) She also has the award-winning Castle Leslie range of balsamic reductions for sale – a bottle of their Balsamic Reduction with Sherry and Fig has gone down a treat in this house, with spoonfuls being tasted at regular intervals. I have great plans to use it on some pan-fried duck breasts, if it ever makes it all the way to the kitchen. Watch out next week for Greatfood.ie’s Flavour of Italy range, including fine pasta, mostarda gift sets, Italian dolci and wine.

To celebrate the launch, Greatfood.ie have teamed up with the Italian School of Cooking in Rathmines to run a Christmas Artisan Food Fair on Sunday 9 December from 12 noon to 6pm. Wonder if Marco will be singing again?!



Food writer. Broadcaster. Blogger. Author. Married to Eight Degrees Brewing. Member of the Irish Food Writers' Guild, founder of Irish Food Bloggers Association and co-author of Sláinte: The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer & Cider (New Island)

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