Volcanic pizza


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  1. SJ says:

    Pizza .. mmm!There is another fab pizza company on the Dublin Market scene these days .. Dick&Dave’s Woodfired Pizza .. I catch them at Mespil Market on a Thursday lunchtime and the pizzas are delish cooked to order and €5-€6 for a 7inch yum yum. Not sure if they have a website but they are on facebook if you want to check them out.

  2. luke says:

    wot! no photos??

  3. Caroline says:

    Must watch out for that next time I’m at a market in Dublin, SJ. Thanks for the tip.Sorry, Luke. I left the house in such a hurry that my camera was left behind. And, especially with the sunshine, it would have made such a gorgeous picture too. Next time!

  4. Brownieville Girl says:

    Sounds like a wonderful day, wish I had a farmers market near me.I love to go to The Steps Of Rome when I’m in Dublin – the best pizza I have tasted outside Italy.

  5. Caroline says:

    Where do you live? Near is very definitely a relative term! The market at Mahon Point is definitely the best in my area but it’s a 45 minute drive away from where we live so I don’t get there too often. Luckily, there are a few other smaller markets nearby, within about 20 minutes drive – I often call into the Killavullen Farmers’ Market, one has just started up in Ballyhooly and I made my first trip to the Fermoy market this Sunday. Some of these are really small markets, just a few stalls, but poke around a bit and you will find plenty of good food to buy.

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