For some time now I’ve been looking at adding to the Foodie Roundup series of posts that go out on a Sunday, spotlighting ten blog posts from Irish food bloggers (or food bloggers based in Ireland). So today, I’m kicking off Blog Bytes, which is similar in style, only it looks at food blogs outside of Ireland for recipes, opinion pieces and the other tasty treats that you would find in the usual Foodie Roundup.
So, for Saturday 3rd March and the first of the Food Bytes reading digest, here’s ten posts from food bloggers outside of Ireland from Saturday 25th February to Friday 2nd March.
That’s it for the first installment of Food Bytes. This blog post series will continue each Saturday through to the end of the year and we’ll see how it goes. I reckon that gives me about 400+ blog posts to shine more of a light on as well. Don’t forget that Foodie Roundup #40, the roundup of Irish food blogs goes out tomorrow morning for your Sunday read. With a Saturday and Sunday digest each week, I think that will be enough for now, don’t you?
Following on from the success of the course they ran in October, Richard Reeve of O’Brien Chop House in Lismore, Co. Waterford, has been on with details of their next Nose To Tail butchery day at Ballyvolane House on Saturday 25th February. Frank Krawczyk will again be running the course and will show you how to turn a pig into lots of yummy piggy delights like handmade sausages, bacon, chops, roasts, kassler, brawn, terrines and much more besides.
The price is €149.50 per person to include coffee and homemade biscuits on arrival, the butchery class from 9am to 5pm, lunch in the dining room at Ballyvolane House and afternoon tea and homemade lemon drizzle cake.
To book, please phone Richard Reeve on 058 53810 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Read on for a breakdown of what’s happening on the day. Continue Reading
Every time I run into one of the lads involved in the theatre company, I’m reminded to check out Epic Meal Time. It’s not that these videos aren’t safe for work, they should be fine. But if you’re on a diet, have a fear of fat, cholesterol, bacon, calories or eating in general, then these might not be for you. Epic Meal Time “make your dreams come true and then we eat them.” Morgan Spurlock hasn’t a patch on these guys.
Take a peek…
A bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a pig.
The Slaughterhouse Christmas Special – maybe one to look at next time you’re trying to up the calorie count of your Christmas dinner