Author: Caroline

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Irish Food Writing Awards 2021

Any opportunity to be together with friends and colleagues is special but after 18 long months of Zoom and emails and WhatsApp, last night’s Irish Food Writing Awards was a much anticipated gathering.

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Read: Irish Examiner | Online cooking with kids

Half way through the morning, as tomato fondue bubbled on the cooker, chocolate egg nests set in a cooler part of the worktop and 11-year-old Little Missy shaped bunny pancakes on a hot frying pan, it hit me: online cooking classes with kids really do work.

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Social gastronomy + Food on the Edge 2021

How hard is it to be social after 18 months of being told to stay at home? How difficult is it to survive in the world of gastronomy after the whole carpet has been...

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Read: Irish Examiner | This flexitarian life

First published in the Irish Examiner on 24 June.  A new word for omnivore? Someone who’s not a picky eater? When you throw the word flexitarian out there, you get some interesting reactions. It’s...

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Read: Irish Examiner | Seven ways to avoid food waste

First published in the Irish Examiner on 1 September 2021 More than one-third of all food is wasted, according to 2021 UN report The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World. One-third....

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Irish Food Writing Awards finalist!

We had guests. That’s my excuse. A schoolfriend, her husband and their three kids came to visit, parking up a campervan outside the house and taking me offline for 24 hours. There was baking...