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 firstname.lastname@example.org to get added to the weekly reading list.
Forgive me father, it’s been October since my last Foodie Roundup, the blog post series where I take a look at what’s been happening across other Irish food blogs this week. Well, I’ve finally had the chance to sit down and start combing Irish food blogs for new stories and recipes that you may have missed earlier in the week so here’s ten posts from ten Irish food blogs across Sunday February 12th to Saturday February 18th.
If you’ve got a blog post or a full blog to share, or your new to the Irish food blogging scene and have a blog to promote, drop me a line on email@example.com or leave a comment below. You’ll also find me on Twitter at @anygivenfood. Be sure and take a few minutes out for your Sunday and take a look at what other Irish food bloggers are up to.
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.
ON THE DAY the Waterford Harvest Festival draws to a close, here’s your 33rd Foodie Roundup, going live with just enough time to let me get to the train station and head for the Land of The BlaaTM. In usual fashion, here’s ten blog posts from other Irish food bloggers that you may have missed over the past week.
If, in all 33 roundups to date you find that you haven’t seen your own blog referenced, drop me a line and have me make sure it’s on my feed reader Here we go…
If you’re planning a trip to Waterford today, Amazing Grazing (the mile-long food market) runs along the quays in the city centre from 11am to 6pm. You’ll get full festival details as well as those on this mornings GIY gather at WaterfordHarvestFestival.ie.
IT’S A wet-ish, or at least looks like it’s going to rain, Sunday morning in Kilkenny and after a few weekends of evening reading, it’s time for some Sunday morning reading with this week’s foodie round. There’s talk of coffee, cooking and more to set you up for the day, plus it gives you a chance to read some Irish food blogs that you may have missed in the past.
There you have it. If you reckon there’s blogs I may have missed, or you would like to suggest a blog for the roundup (or even to get me to update the ole blogroll on Any Given Food), drop me a line.
Enjoy your Sunday!
SUNDAY EVENING comes around once more. The rain has subsided, the Wexford Food Festival has wrapped and it’s time to put the feet up for some evening reading and take in some posts from other Irish food bloggers this past week.
If there’s anything you would like to suggest for the Foodie Roundup, or indeed a blog that I may have missed or may have only recently started, drop me a line.
Enjoy the evening!
It’s Sunday May 8th, the weather is hovering between bright son and crazy torrents of rain, there’s no bank holiday Monday tomorrow so we’ll all be back to five day weeks, but there is a Foodie Roundup with ten posts from Irish bloggers that you may have missed during the week. You know the drill, fire on the kettle, put the feet up and show some blog love to these fine folk…
Happy Sunday to all y’all.
We’re cruising into Sunday afternoon, one eventful week, one disaster-filled weekend later and there’s another week on the way. Having caught up on the reading of more Irish food blogs than one can shake a stick at, here’s your 19th Foodie Roundup featuring ten standout posts and recipes to whet your appetite.
Pictured above is breakfast from this morning, a full Irish at the Marble City Bar in Kilkenny. Nine euro gets you all the above plus tea/coffee and an orange juice. The weekend treat at what’s nearly the mid-point in this 30-day detox. Can you really have a full Irish breakfast if you’re supposed to be detoxing? After two weeks of no sweets, chocolate, fizzy drinks, crisps and red meat, it can’t be all that bad? I’ll be the one drinking peppermint tea in the corner for the rest of the week.
Happy Sunday y’all.
You can blame Devious Theatre for missing the Foodie Roundup last weekend, largely in part to not having the time to do any reading but having gotten back on track during the week, here’s ten blog posts from other Irish food bloggers you may have missed this past week.
If you’ve been enjoying the Foodie Roundup over the past few months and you want to suggest a link or blog I may be missing out on, feel free to drop me a line.
Your latest foodie roundup comes at the much later time of Sunday evening, cruising towards Sunday night. You’d have had it this morning but for a wee challenge that requires turning a gallery space into a functioning theatre in about 24 hours. The break is on for the night but resumes first thing in the morning ahead of the arrival of Scratcher in Kilkenny.
Moving theatre aside, I’ve finally had the time to go through an ever increasing number of blogs (I do like the reading) and I’ve picked another ten posts for you this week, some you may have read, some you may have missed and some blogs you may be discovering for the first time.
Given the late nature of the post, it means I’m also working late for the night and fingers crossed in 15 minutes time there’ll be an Indian takeaway landing on the doorstep.