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Belfast Is On Top Of The Brunch World

In this edition of Love Irish Cooking: 

  • Belfast and Brunch: A Perfect Pairing
  • Recipe of the Week – Chris’s Traditional Irish Soda Bread
  • Irish Food World – Eat the Streets Festival at Barracks, 18 Dublin restaurants you need to think about booking now for Christmas, The all-day breakfast in a box from this craft sausage stall is truly a thing of beauty and more…
  • From Social Media – A quick Irish Dinner
  • 5-Course Dinner in Dublin – Ancient Restaurant in Ireland

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Belfast and Brunch: A Perfect Pairing

Belfast has shown that when it comes to brunch, it’s a city that knows how to impress. From quaint corners to bustling streets, Belfast has a brunch spot for every mood and craving. It’s no wonder that this city has been recognized as one of the world’s premier brunch destinations.

Belfast Is On Top Of The Brunch World

Recipe of the Week

Traditional Irish Soda Bread – The Irish Baker Abroad

This is a Traditional Irish Soda bread containing just 4 simple ingredients.

Its a staple in a lot of Irish households. It’s easy to do, tastes great and you’ll have it shaped and baked in no time! 

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

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Irish Food World

WATCH: Irish chef Rachel Allen explores Northern Ireland’s culinary magic

Watch “Rachel Allen – A Cook’s Adventure” for FREE on IrishEyes.tv as the Irish chef takes a journey across Northern Ireland

26 Irish foods you need to try in Ireland

There’s a lot more to Irish cuisine than stout and spuds. Here is the local food and drink visitors should try when visiting

Top 10 best ASIAN RESTAURANTS in DUBLIN

Dublin is a haven for food lovers, and those with a taste for Asian food will be in their element, so add these top Asian eateries to your list.

Inaugural Ballymun Good Food festival to highlight best of community

There is a great lineup of events for all ages included within the festival programme.

Eat the Streets Festival at Barracks

Dublin City Council’s Eat the Streets Festival will return for its third year at Richmond Barracks, in Dublin 8, writes Rachel Cunningham.

Restaurant review: This Dublin Road anchor is one of Belfast’s top curry houses

How could you not love a good curry? I love them. Even a mediocre one can be grand and, by and large, decent ones are not hard to come by in Belfast.

Archana’s balti dishes stand out form the crowd

Irish Food & Drink Month returns in October with a new format

Irish Food & Drink Month returns with a Wicklow themed set of events in Powerscourt Distillery,

18 Dublin restaurants you need to think about booking now for Christmas

We’re well aware of the fury the mere mention of the C word before at least November evokes, but when it comes to booking the group or couples dinners

Exploring Belfast’s Finest Coffee Shops: A Java Journey

Belfast, the vibrant capital of Northern Ireland, is a city known for its rich history, stunning landscapes, and a burgeoning coffee culture.

Exciting new female-led business to bring unmissable oyster event to Galway

An exciting new female-led business which focuses on Irish oysters will host a pop-up event at Aniar in Galway City next weekend.

The all-day breakfast in a box from this craft sausage stall is truly a thing of beauty

But with a minimum of five different ingredients, Ireland’s most prized dish has not been the most portable of meals.


From Social Media

A quick Irish dinner

A quick Irish Dinner

5-Course Dinner in Dublin – Ancient Restaurant in Ireland


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