There’s been loads happening in the world of food this past week, so here’s ten stories you may have missed as part of this week’s Sunday Reads.
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After two full days in the recording studio, and two more still to go, Sunday’s reads are evening reads. Here’s ten stories from the past week that you may have missed. Anything you’re looking forward to this week?
From a foodie roundup, to Sunday Brunch, it’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to sit down at get to the blog on a Sunday. Winter is setting in, mornings are getting darker, time at the weekend’s is getting a little more flexible. Says he in hope.
With reading habits restored during the week, here’s a selection of articles across the food spectrum you may have missed out on this past week. From sugar tax to wine shortages, there was plenty to read about in this week’s digital press.
Sunday Reads is a selection of articles gathered from the likes of The Guardian, The Irish Times, The Telegraph and other news sources that bring a spotlight on the food world, whatever the sector.
It’s time to start writing on a Sunday again
THE SUN might be out, but it’s a chilly Sunday all the same. Junk food and the science behind it has been making the headlines across the pond this past week while at home the horse-meat-for-beef controversy continues to gather steam. Here’s a mixed bag of stories plucked from the news this week gone for your 25th Sunday Brunch helping.
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SUNDAY COMES but once again and after meeting a few happy Sunday Brunch readers at a GIY event in Dublin yesterday, it’s time for this week’s fix which features ten news articles plucked from the press and food blogs this past week, largely focused this week around food safety and the ongoing (and I’ll safely assume we’ve not seen the end of it) horsemeat scandal tearing through the Irish food industry.
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FEBRUARY IS already motoring along and we’re into the second full weekend of the month. If you’re at home this weekend and looking for something to cook, here’s ten recipes to get you making and baking in the kitchen. You might even find something that’ll spark an idea for Valentine’s night this coming week.
AFTER WHAT can only be described as a mental week work-wise (it’s been a while since I’ve pulled shifts running until 2am only to get back to the desk at 7am), it’s great to be able to get the feet up on a Sunday morning and get a read through the past week’s news. Rain is really sqaushing any motivation I’ve had to get up and get last night’s gala dinner worked off on the road so if you’re like me and looking for a read on your Sunday morning, here’s ten articles plucked from the news that you may have missed this past week.
IT LOOKS like it’s going to be a wet weekend which means you’ve got the perfect excuse to get into the kitchen and get to cooking. If you’re after a dessert or a tasty main course, here’s ten recipes plucked from some of my regular food blog reads this past week. That said, I know myself I’m off out for dinner tonight but there’s always Sunday!
SO THIS week wasn’t exactly the finest of week’s for the Irish food industry what with reports of horse DNA surfacing in beef burgers around the country. With that in mind, here’s some stories from the food press this past week including some looks at the Irish food industry amongst others.
Happy reading on your Sunday!
PERHAPS NEXT Sunday I can have the ‘brunch’ post out to actually go with brunch. Between dog walks, short cycles, frozen fingers and the rest, it’s only now that the body is warm and I’m actually in front of the laptop can I get Sunday Brunch out – consider this one a Sunday Supper with a recap of ten articles you may have missed this past week from the world of food.
From ethical food and drink markets to fixing the food crisis, here’s some light evening reading for your Sunday.
In case you missed yesterday’s roundup post too, here’s 10 recipes to get you cooking in the kitchen if you’re stuck for something for your dinner tonight.