Author: Caroline

Blasta Books covers 2022-23 0

Read: Irish Foodie | Irish cookbooks in 2022 – and beyond

New cookbooks can make life that little bit brighter and there are books out there for everyone, books with gorgeous covers and a satisfactory heft, books that open the door to new foods and techniques, books that entertain and books that teach. - Christmas pudding brownies 0

Christmas pudding brownies

Everyone loves a brownie mash-up, particularly when it’s as seasonal as these Christmas pudding brownies. Enriched with a hefty amount of crumbled Christmas pudding and spices, they’re at their best with a thick layer...


IFWA2022: Writing on Irish Food Producers

I’m incredibly proud to tell you that I won the award for Writing on Irish Food Producers at last night’s Irish Food Writing Awards 2022. This is an award that means so much. I’m...

Breadsong by Kitty and Al Tait 0

Read: Irish Examiner | Why bread matters

“We opened the bakery just after my 15th birthday. It was eight months from me baking my first loaf to opening a bakery.” Kitty and Al Tait – who will be appearing at Food on the Edge 2022 – write about how bread and baking changed their lives in their wonderful book Breadsong. - Dingle Food Festival 2022 (1) 0

Read: Irish Foodie | Dingle Food Festival 

First published in Irish Foodie, Autumn 2022. “It’s good to be back! It’s 100% positive and there’s an amazing buzz about it.” Niamh Kennedy who does marketing and PR for the Dingle Food Festival, alongside...