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The Irish Times: Cork First 2

The Irish Times: Cork First

Here’s an article that I wrote for an Irish Times supplement called Cork First, that was published on Wednesday 2 July. Enjoy!Eat your heart out With so many cafés and restaurants to choose from, deciding where to eat in Cork can be mind-boggling so we’ve chosen some of the best for you. Words by Caroline Hennessy.BEST BREAKFASTSHardwoodSunday morning, coming down: it’s time for breakfast at the bright, airy Hardwood on Pope’s Quay. Feast on French toast, with real maple syrup and smoked bacon, or be good and go for the healthy option – a colourful fresh fruit plate, with toasted pine nuts and yoghurt.Try: the steak and eggs option, with all the trimmings, for those mornings after the night beforeHardwood, 31 Pope’s Quay, Cork. Tel: 021 4551494 Web: www.hardwood.ieLiberty GrillCome early if you don’t want to have to wait for a table for breakfast at this attractively-designed American-style diner but it’s worth getting up a few minutes earlier for a menu that makes a feature of Posh Toast and offers plenty of sides to add to your dish of choice.Try: The Full American – a full-on feed of juice, scrambled or poached eggs on sourdough bread and an entire pot – oh joy! – of tea or coffee.Liberty Grill, 32 Washington Street, Cork. Tel: 021 4271049 Web: www.libertygrillcork.com

RTÉ Radio 1: Baking and breadmaking on Mooney 3

RTÉ Radio 1: Baking and breadmaking on Mooney

I was on RTÉ Radio 1‘s Mooney programme yesterday talking about baking and breadmaking – if you’re interested, you can listen here (I’m on after the 4pm news!) and here are some links to recipes that I either mentioned or intended on mentioning during the show.My ever-popular Chocolate BrowniesChoc Chip Cranberry CookiesLemon & Pistachio Yoghurt CakeAnd, for those breadmakers out there, here is a recipe for a simple Brown Soda Bread and – if you’re getting more adventurous! – you could try Mark Bittman’s No Knead Bread or even experiment with some Sourdough Bread.

Irish cheese in Food & Wine Magazine 0

Irish cheese in Food & Wine Magazine

f&wmagazine.jpg If you’re interested in cheese, particularly of the Irish variety, it’s worth picking up this month’s edition of Food & Wine Magazine for a series of profiles of Ireland’s leading cheese makers, a piece by Sheridan’s Cheesemongers‘ Dan Fennelly on how cheese changes with the seasons, recipes from the Ballymaloe matriarch Myrtle Allen and the best accompaniments for a plateful of cheeses. Read restaurant reviews of Dublin’s Café Úna, a truffle orgy at the K Club and Conor favourite Boqueria tapas bar in Cork. You can have your own say on the discussion forums at editor Ernie Whalley’s own Fork’n’Cork website. For fans of goat’s cheese, there’s a piece on Tom Biggane, maker of the very special Clonmore Goat’s Cheese from Newtown in North Cork written by, ahem, one Caroline Hennessy. April’s Food & Wine Magazine – in the shops now!

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Food & Wine Magazine, Ireland

A blurred copy of the picture from the bottom of the Food & Wine Magazine cover Great excitement here this afternoon when I got an email from friends in Ireland to say that my article on food in New Zealand has been published in this month’s edition of Ireland’s Food & Wine Magazine! It’s the new look edition of “Ireland’s Food and Drink Bible” with a picture of a lovely looking iced summer treat on the cover.

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Food & Wine Magazine, Ireland

A blurred copy of the picture from the bottom of the Food & Wine Magazine cover Great excitement here this afternoon when I got an email from friends in Ireland to say that my article on food in New Zealand has been published in this month’s edition of Ireland’s Food & Wine Magazine! It’s the new look edition of “Ireland’s Food and Drink Bible” with a picture of a lovely looking iced summer treat on the cover.


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