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TheTaste September Edition 2019

TheTaste September 2019 Magazine

September 2019 Magazine

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Recreate Una Healy’s Complete Menu From The Restaurant At Home
The Happy Pear Opens New Café at Dublin Airport
Traditional Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage from The Grange Pub, Deansgrange – #DubPubDishes
SuperValu French Wine Sale Is Now On, Nationwide Until September 26th.
Top 10 Italian Restaurants In Rome
Ten Charming Californian Wine Regions To Mull Over
Top 10 New Restaurants In New York City
Soft Taco Breakfast Recipe By Chef Jeeny Maltese
Smoked Salmon Rillette Recipe By Chef Igor From The Gibson Hotel
Banana & Peanut Butter Protein Pancakes Recipe By My Nutrition Ireland
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Serenity Seekers Look No Further - The Potting Sheds at Dromquinna Manor & The Boathouse Bistro Review

Restaurant Reviews

Always on the look out for new and exciting places to visit, The Potting Sheds at Dromquinna Manor are so much more than we expected. Despite having stayed in the Glamping Tents previously and also experiencing the grandeur of Park Hotel Kenmare, we knew the Brennan Brothers were not pe...

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Reviews

Who Knew Heaven Was A Plate On Earth - MacNean House & Restaurant Review

Restaurant Reviews

Unassuming, handsome & full of life, MacNean House and Restaurant really is a mirror image of its endearing owners Mr Neven McGuire and his beautiful wife Amelda. Taking to the road from Dublin to West Cavan we were filled with excitement about the evening of undoubted culinary delights that lay ahe...

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Serenity Seekers Look No Further - The Potting Sheds at Dromquinna Manor & The Boathouse Bistro Review

Restaurant Reviews

Always on the look out for new and exciting places to visit, The Potting Sheds at Dromquinna Manor are so much more than we expected. Despite having stayed in the Glamping Tents previously and also experiencing the grandeur of Park Hotel Kenmare, we knew the Brennan Brothers were not pe...

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An Afternoon Delight in Park Hotel Kenmare - Afternoon Tea Review

Restaurant Reviews

Sunday afternoon's are a funny one when you reach a certain stage in life. Your appreciation for a Sunday roast is still there but you find yourself sometimes wanting a fun afternoon out where alcohol and dense carbs are not the main players in between a bit of sightseeing and shopping. Hello afternoon tea! Those three glorious tiers of treats to refuel...

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Brie and Beaujolais? More than meets the eye at this vino Mecca - Loose Canon Cheese and Wine Review

Bars & Venues

At first, you might think Paris, with the lazy feel of customers leaning against walls and using anything available for a seat outside on the street, conversing on a beautiful midweek August evening. But this is very Dublin. Loose Canon is an individual like no other in the city and the people have embraced it like it’s rather differe...

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Munch On Brunch in Comfort - Cinnamon Ranelagh Review

Restaurant Reviews

The leafy Dublin suburb of Ranelagh is always one of my favourite places to Brunch at the weekend. With an extensive selection of top class eateries to choose from and quirky shops to navigate post libations, it rarely fails. Traditional brunch hours usually kick off anytime from 10am to 12pm, which can make the wait seem endless for early risers, but <...

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Where A Circle Of Friends Have Created Something Special - Circa Restaurant Review

Restaurant Reviews

Sitting snugly on Terenure Road, Circa is one very aesthetically pleasing restaurant. Stepping through the glass door the first thing we notice is the insanely inviting smell of real cooking. One could be forgiven for thinking that this cool new kid on the block may be more about minuscule portions and a hard to fathom menu, but this as...

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Interviews

The Man Managing The Engine Room, Head Chef Michael Safarik of The Pullman Restaurant at Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate - Interview

Interviews

Having dined aboard The Pullman Restaurant at Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate earlier this year we were intrigued to know a little more about the creative mind behind the outstanding and innovative menu. Head Chef Michael Safarik goes above and beyond to ensure there will never be murder on these two ca...

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Fresh Culinary Direction in The Old Spot - Chef Fiachra Kenny Interview

Interviews

Gastro Pub The Old Spot in Sandymount serves consistently exceptional food at a price that allows people to dine out with zero regrets. The gentleman leading the kitchen is Fiachra Kenny. Those of you that have tasted Fiachra's cooking will understand the multiple awards the team at The Old Spot have received. We have gained some insight into the man b...

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Taste Experiences

 

Competitions

Win Luxury Bubbles & Bliss Break at the Ice House in County Mayo

Competitions

Check in and chill out in the warmth and luxury of the Ice House, Mayo with our lovely prize of a relaxing overnight break with cooked to order breakfast, dinner in their riverview restaurant and a chance to try out the hotel’s Afternoon Tea menu. The lucky winner and a guest can relax in the elegant surrounds of the Ice House and ...

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Win Overnight and Taste the Steak Experience at The Ashdown Park Hotel

Competitions

Feast in comfort as we are giving you the chance to win an overnight stay for two people at The Ashdown Park Hotel, Gorey, Co. Wexford. The lucky winner will also be treated a TASTE THE STEAK one night stay with 3 course meal, where the hotel chef will cut your steak to order at the table. The hotel menu showcases the b...

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Win Nora’s Irish Gin Gift Set for You and a Friend

Competitions

This month we have teamed up with Tigh Nora, the first bar in Ireland to release it’s own Gin! You have a chance of Winning a Nora’s Irish Gin Gift Set, complete with a bottle of the premium gin and an engraved goblet glass to enjoy your G&T.. with one to win for you and a Friend! For your chance to win this amazin...

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Travel

Top 10 Italian Restaurants In Rome

Europe

Like numerous restaurants in any capital city around the globe, it isn't always easy to sort out quality from quantity. When you’re focusing on a city that has a long-established tradition and reputation as a culinary destination, that task is sure to become bogged down between expectation and reality. It might be a cliché to state this so plainly, b...

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Ten Charming Californian Wine Regions To Mull Over

Drinks

Whether you are planning a trip or just enjoy reading about where your favourite drop comes from, this list of Charming Californian Wine Regions will direct you to California's dreamiest wine lovers destinations. Our list below will give you the inspiration to book your next wine holiday.   Our Ten Charming Californian Wine Regions...

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Top 10 New Restaurants In New York City

Features

So where do you go to eat in New York City when the stomach starts grumbling? It is both an easy and difficult question to answer. Easy because there is no shortage of restaurants to visit. Difficult because some of them just don’t make the mark. We have listed here the best of the ones that cut the proverbial mustard, but something s...

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Top 10 Hotels In Los Angeles - The City of Angels Travel Guide

North America

It’s a cliché, but like most megacities and their hotels, there really is something for everyone in Los Angeles. Because of what it is, the room prices veer towards the pricy, but when it comes to range LA is nigh on unbeatable. Here’s our list of the best ten across neighbourhoods – the quirky, iconic, luxurious and homely. Please share this art...

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Top 12 Bars In Berlin - A Unique Guide to Germany's Capital City

Bars & Venues

Of all European cities, Berlin is the one that relaxes the rules to allow for a walk on the wild side – at any time of the day or night. It really has something for everyone, from date-night bars to crazy-right-now cocktail joints, from divine décor to distressed dives, from swish and swanky to retro and raw. These are our twelve of the best. Discret...

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The Pyrenees and Lourdes Travel Guide

Europe

Scenery does not get much more spectacular than the Cirque de Gavarnie, high in the French Pyrenean Mountains near the border with Spain. Just the sight of the sheer cliffs rising nearly 5,000ft from the valley floor is enough to take your breath away. I’ve been here before on a solo hiking trip but it’s just as impressive sec...

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Luxury Escapes

 

Features

One Bowl Warmers - Tips and Tricks for the Perfect Stew

Features

Growing up in a country like Ireland, I can safely say that my childhood woes were very minimal. However I learned over a recent hilarious dinner conversation that I was not alone in what I once considered to be 'the struggle'. Coming home from school bursting to ask every parent's favourite question - 'what's for dinner?' only to have my evening ruined...

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Table for Twenty - Great Bars for Groups and Parties in Dublin

Bars & Venues

The more the merrier, but also the harder it is to find a venue for your party, specially this time of the year: September is the month with the most birthdays and right after that, there's Halloween and Christmas. Planning ahead and booking early is crucial, but so is choosing a place that is used and well-equiped to successfully handle medium and lar...

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The Top Five Cookware Buys for a Cooks Kitchen

Features

When it comes to furnishing a kitchen, cabinet doors and electrical appliances are usually what we consider the most important purchases, but the equipment we use to create those culinary masterpieces needs some consideration also.  We have rounded up the top five buys that will ensure you are equipped to whip...

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From Can’t Cook to Can Cook - The Top 5 Cookbooks for Those Who Can’t Cook

Features

These days, it would seem that everyone is an amateur Chef. Food Blogs have never been more popular and Instagram is replete with page upon page of eye wateringly beautiful food. Pomegranate Molasses is de rigeur and don’t get me started on Sumac and Tahini. But, for a select few, cooking a meal is still an intimidating task that is easier avoided rat...

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Back To School Energising Lunch Ideas

Features

It’s that time of the year again for parents and carers of children, hate it or love it for whatever reasons, it happens whether or not we like it.  Some of us love the carefree summers without a schedule or routine when kids and adults alike can relax a little as regards the food we eat and mealtimes schedules. But once school returns and the new lu...

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Waste Not, Want Not - Simple Ideas To Help Eliminate Food Waste At Home

Features

In a bid to exercise Zero Food Waste in the home, the wonderfully clever and creative Jennifer Oppermann shares her top tips and a really delicious recipe with us.  Leftovers is not a pretty word, to most, it conjures up images of not so appetising congealed stuff at the end of a pot or pan or rotting fruit or vegetables. F...

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Events

Food On The Edge 2019 Officially Launches

News

The national launch of ​Food On The Edge 2019 ​took place this afternoon at Dylan McGrath’s Fade Street Social​ in Dublin. The event was attended by Irish chefs, industry leaders and media. With a robust international line-up of speakers, the main theme of Food On The Edge 2019 is ‘Migration’ which will ...

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Mount Juliet To Host Premier ‘Chef’s Table’ Dining Experience At ‘The Stables’ In Five Star Hunter’s Yard Hotel

News

The Mount Juliet Estate has a stellar culinary reputation, from the Michelin Star and AA Rosette awarded Lady Helen dining in The Manor House at Mount Juliet, to the Michelin Plate awarded The Hound Restaurant at Hunter’s Yard, Chefs Ken Harker and John Kelly are renowned for their innovative approach...

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Exciting Pop-Up Restaurant LEAVEN By Talented Chef Christine Walsh
Exciting Pop-Up Restaurant LEAVEN By Talented Chef Christine Walsh

Features

A Pop-Up restaurant exploring the nature of preservation, traditional techniques and sustainable approaches, that is the LEAVEN ethos. But it is so much more than that, the culinary talents of Chef Christine Walsh, are exciting, bold and so unique in many ways. The way the ingredients are explore to maximize their flavours and textures are second to ...

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Drinks

New World Dark Horses - Exciting Regions that will Win you Over

Drinks

A dark horse has the element of surprise. The term, which comes from racing, evokes the sense of "being in the dark" that betting against a newcomer or unknown horse would bring to gamblers. When it comes to wine, we all have known and trusted bottles we keep going back to, so it might take a little persuation to put our chips on less famous regions. ...

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Brie and Beaujolais? More than meets the eye at this vino Mecca - Loose Canon Cheese and Wine Review

Bars & Venues

At first, you might think Paris, with the lazy feel of customers leaning against walls and using anything available for a seat outside on the street, conversing on a beautiful midweek August evening. But this is very Dublin. Loose Canon is an individual like no other in the city and the people have embraced it like it’s rather differe...

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