By Kate McAdam

What's On? / In Dublin - 2 months ago

Easter opening hours for Pavilions Shopping Centre, Swords

Easter is here, and with it comes loads of Easter eggs and family time (yay!). But while some like to spend the holidays at home, others like to venture out and do a bit of shopping. This year Good Friday falls on March 30, while Easter Sunday is April 1 and Easter Monday is April 2. Read More...

What's On? / In Dublin - 2 months ago

Easter opening hours for Blanchardstown Shopping Centre

Looking for something to do this Easter weekend? The shopping centres are sure to be jammed as people take the time off to do some much needed window browsing. But because it's Easter weekend, opening hours are amended for all the shopping centres across Dublin. This year Good Friday falls on Marc...

What's On? / In Dublin - 2 months ago

Kids eat free at Freshii restaurants over the Easter holidays

Freshii has great news for Irish families who fancy healthii eating over the Easter school holidays in between Easter Eggs – kids under 12 years can eat for FREE at Freshii restaurants over the school holidays up until Friday, 6 April. It's never too early to start healthy eating and energising at...

What's On? / In Dublin - 2 months ago

Easter opening hours for The Square in Tallaght

Easter is here, and although we're excited about the chocolate - we just want to go shopping! Because of the four-day weekend, shopping centres across Dublin have different hours than normal. Good Friday falls on March 30 this year, while Easter Sunday is on April 1 and Easter Monday is April 2....

by Kate McAdam - 6 months ago

Give Someone a Bloom-tastic Christmas

With Christmas only a few short days away, the time is now to sort out any last-minute shopping you have been putting off all month. Don’t succumb to the weird little supermarket trinkets for your mother or grandparents – why don’t you surprise them with a big lavish bouquet of flowers instead? I am...

Food / Blog - 6 months ago

Dressing For Dinner - Tasty Salad Dressings For The Christmas Season

Irish Cider VinegarThis is the vinegar made from the fermentation and maturation of the juice of fresh apples. The Apple Farm in Cahir, Tippperary, produces a range of cider vinegars for your salad dressings. The initial process involves creating a cider with around 6% alcohol. Then a vinegar ‘moth...

Food / Blog - 6 months ago

Constructing The Perfect Festive Cheeseboard

The cheeseboard is bound to make an appearance at some point over the festive holidays. Whether its an after dinner board to indulge in following the Christmas dinner, or a ‘by the fire feast’ to nibble on, while watching a favourite movie, there are some do’s and don’ts to constructing the perfect...

Food / Blog - 6 months ago

Kids in the Kitchen this Christmas

Then let the decorating begin. Simple glace icing can be left white to be like snow, or coloured Christmassy red or green.  Invest in silver and gold balls, hundreds and thousands and other edible festive cake decorations to keep them occupied for hours. Take them shopping to choose their own decor...