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.
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It’s Sunday October 2nd and where last week’s foodie roundup came to you in the gaps between Ireland and Russia, this one comes to you before the clock runs out on Ireland v Italy at the Rugby World Cup with Ireland currently 26-6 to the good. Here’s a look back at ten blog posts from Irish food bloggers you may have missed this past week. Also, if you have seen it, I’ve taken the first step to adding some video to the blog, picking up on the Savour Kilkenny Chef Mob yesterday, give it a look.
Whether you’re still parked on the couch watching the rugby, enjoying a lie-in or you’re already up and about, you know what to do – take ten or fifteen minutes out and explore what other Irish food bloggers have to offer.
It’s All Ireland Sunday, we’re almost at breakfast time at Chez McGuire before everything shuts down in the buildup to this afternoon’s clash with Tipperary so no better time than now to bring you Foodie Roundup #32 with ten more blog posts from Irish food bloggers that you may have missed this past week. Here we go…
Anyone have any All Ireland food rituals? Sure enough, it’s not as long a day as you’d have for food but there’s a possibility of black and amber cupcakes on the menu this afternoon, though from 3.30pm it’s more likely to be beer and popcorn with litle focus on eating.
If you’re looking for me this afternoon, I’ll be sitting on the edge of the couch glued to the game. C’mon the Cats!
Happy Sunday y’all.
If there’s one day of the year that you’re supposed to be doing nothing bar putting your feet up and relaxing, it’s St. Stephen’s Day (Boxing Day). The Christmas dinners have been cooked, houses cleaned, and as the dust settles on what, for some, can be a manic day, you can be safe in the knowledge that you’ve earned the right to do nothing with your day.
Still, if you’ve got a few minutes to spare and you’ve been away from the blogs for the week, here’s ten posts for you from Irish food bloggers in the lead up to Christmas Day.
Me? Well, I’ve already had a toasted turkey and ham sandwich, followed by fried ham with some potato cakes, a slice of homemade Christmas cake and I’m onto the Baileys cappuccino already – I’m well sorted.
Have a good day,