Category : Food

Food / Blog - 2 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 ar...

Food / Blog - 2 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 h...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Christmas Veg All Wrapped Up with In Season Farm

Looking for the best and freshest Veg for Christmas? Look no further than In Season Farm who produce their brilliant Vegetable boxes and these can be delivered right to your door anywhere in Ireland. Brendan Guinan of In Season Farm has an innate sk...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Give Someone A Gourmet Experience This Christmas

Taste of 12 MileA very affordable €30 per person gets a gourmet dinner, cooked by a chef who has pioneered ‘micro-local’ in East Cork. The meal you will eat here is a true representation of this bountiful region on a plate. Of course you can always...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Six Sensational Seasonal Stuffings For Turkey

The Christmas bird is nothing without all the traditional trimmings. Stuffing is very much part of that. Whether you want old fashioned or modern, simple or exotic, our top six tips for your stuffing this year will suit all tastes. Traditional Sausa...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Quick Guide To Good Seasoning

Follow our quick guide to good seasoning here, for all your Christmas cooking this festive season! Sprinkle the salt, grind the pepperThere are a few little tips for  the correct use of salt  and pepper in your dishes. Chefs add salt to dishes as th...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

A Little History Of The Yule Log

The practice of burning a log, thought to be Germanic in origin, was an ancient symbol of winter and a celebration of Winter Solstice, giving magical protection to the home and those who lived there. This tradition was adopted in countries of Christ...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Guide To The Little Extras Of Christmas

Veronica Molloy of Crossogue Preserves loves to produce the tracklements of Christmas.  She loves it so much in fact, she’s devised a whole set of chutneys and jellies in a box that perfectly suit all your Christmas needs.  Boxes are made up of a s...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Christmas Retreats For A Festive Break

Some people just don’t want the hassle of Christmas cooking and entertaining. They’d rather be somewhere nice, being waited on hand and foot, while someone else does the hard work. And why not?! If you fall into that category this festive season, th...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Give A Gourmet Gift This Christmas

The Good Food Ireland Gourmet Gift Card First up is our little black card, A handy thing for anyone to have in their wallet. This little black number is the gateway to a gourmet food experience. A Good Food Ireland Gift Card can be used to stay, eat...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Festive Fun at Drumanilra

On December 13th, Drumanilra Farm Kitchen are hosting their Christmas Family Morning from 10.0am – 12.30pm. A great event for the little ones, this event will see Santa appear as the kids get stuck into gingerbread decorating and crafts by the fire....

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Bring On The Chocolate This Christmas!

Lorge Chocolatier, Co KerryThe original O'Connor's shop and post office, located on the side of the road at Bonane, Co Kerry, about 10km from Kenmare, is now Lorge Chocolatier, a boutique chocolate shop and production venue, owned and run by French...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Christmas Postage and Opening Hours 2017

Dates For Last Orders & Postage for Christmas 2017: Bulk Orders of Prepaid Mastercard E-Cards: Ireland: Ordered by Friday 15th - December 2017. Northern Ireland: Ordered by Thursday 14th December 2017. Great Britain: Ordered by Thursday 14th Dec...

Food / Blog - 2 months ago

Producing Great Food In Northern Ireland

In 2006, with help from her Mum, she took her oils to St George’s Market in Belfast and other festival markets. Customer feedback was very positive, particularly on the Hemp Seed Oil, a fairly new oil on the Irish food scene. The rest, as they say,...