March has all but come and gone, we’re a quarter the way through the year, and summer time (at least in terms of how the clocks go anyway) has officially started.
Late in the day and all as it is – let’s just call this the late edition – here’s a selection of reads you may have missed this past week from other Irish and international food bloggers and writers.
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The Sunday morning coffee has been had, there’s a few miles done on the bike, the sun is out splitting the stones (for the moment anyway) and breakfast
is working away on the oven is done and dusted. It also means there’s another week over and a new one about to begin. If you’re looking for something to read over your own Sunday breakfast, get the kettle on and take in these ten posts from other Irish and international food bloggers with a smattering of food media in the mix.
It’s the bank holiday weekend, Ireland will be covered in all manner of green things from tomorrow but if you’re taking ten or fifteen minutes out for yourself on the first long weekend of the year, here’s ten posts from other food bloggers and food media that you may have missed this past week.
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The week was going so well right up to the point where the wisdom teeth and modern forms of torture that it brings started kicking in. Scrap food, eating out, anything that has involved opening my mouth any more than a half inch at a time. My plans for some new chicken and beef dishes for this week’s blog entries may hold off for another few days yet.
It doesn’t change the reading though, so here’s ten posts you may have missed this past week from other food bloggers and food media.
LIE IN achieved, dogs walked and Radiohead filling the sounds of the kitchen on a frosty Sunday morning in Kilkenny, here’s ten articles plucked from the world of food news from home and overseas this past week. Wherever you are, I hope your feet are somewhat warmer than mine are at the moment. Anyone got any nice foodie plans for their Sunday?
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It’s been a while since the last Foodie Roundup (looking at what Irish food bloggers have been up to for the week) or indeed Food Bytes (looking at tasty recipes from international food bloggers) largely down to time to digest the food quarter of the Irish blogosphere. But, as I said this morning, it’s interesting what a move to a new house will do to spark some fresh ideas for the blog. For months now I’ve been tweeting out links early in the morning to more news and opinion-focused pieces as part of my morning ritual online. Of course, they come in, they’re read, their tweeted about and their gone into the either. Sunday Brunch therefore is a recap of interesting articles I’ve been reading online this past week, coming to you at midday each Sunday, at least for the foreseeable future.
Now it’s time to get cooking ahead of the 3.30pm throw in. Kilkenny flags are flying high in Chez McGuire today.
Summertime is in, the clocks have changed, the sun is out (thank God), the grass is cut for the first time this year, so all in all that means it’s time for this week’s Foodie Roundup, a look back at ten posts from ten Irish food bloggers this past week – grand for your outdoor reading on a day like today.
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It’s Sunday 18th March, which means it’s Mother’s Day / stay in bed because you’ve a wicked hangover day / Foodie Roundup day. Only one of the three applies to me directly (though I will be speaking to my mother later, as should everyone) so here’s ten blog posts from ten Irish food bloggers that you may have missed this past week, March 11th to 17th. Here’s also to shaking off the craft beers, cider and cheese from last night with a hearty breakfast to start Sunday off.
If you’ve got a new food blog and you would like to be included in the roundup (or at least make it to the reader so I know what you’re writing about), drop me a line by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Twitter here.
Originally planned to come to you from the comfort of my bed in Inchydoney, I wound up dropping and thus breaking my aged MacBook Pro on Saturday evening and so Foodie Roundup comes to you a little later, back on a Windows machine for the first time in a while. Here’s hoping the repair place in Kilkenny can work their magic. Speaking of Inchydoney, I’ll have some recap posts coming Monday / Tuesday looking at the food bloggers / writers trip there this past weekend.
So, for Foodie Roundup #41, here’s ten posts from ten Irish food bloggers this past week.
Hopefully the laptop woes will be resolved tomorrow (says he panic shopping for a replacement in fear of my Macbook not recovering)
On a what’s a gorgeous sunny Sunday morning (says he who’s been up since the crack of dawn), here’s Foodie Roundup #40, your weekly pick of ten blog posts from ten Irish food bloggers that you may have missed this past week. There’s some new blogs in the mix, some recipes, and some topical pieces but however you approach things, take the time to click through to the other blogs and find what others in Irish food blogging circles are talking about.
If you would like to suggest a blog for the Foodie Roundup or if you’re new to food blogging in Ireland (you don’t necessarily have to be Irish, but the blog and yourself would have to be based here), then drop me a line on email@example.com to get added to the weekly reading list.