TheTaste December Edition 2018

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Jameson Black Barrel Opens Christmas Pop Up Shop For Personalised Festive Gifts
Forget Cheese And Wine – Here’s Where to Get Your Cheese And Bourbon Fix in Dublin This Christmas
Cuisine For Crumlin – Grab a Coffee And a Pastry For a Good Cause This Weekend
This Secret Bar is Offering Free Tia Maria Coffee Cocktails to Customers
Social Gallery – Emirates’ Christmas Down Under Party
Brian McDermott to Represent Ireland at Gourmand Cookbook Awards
Looking For The Perfect Festive Dining Venue? Look No Further
Fly Far And Wide With This Week’s Best Travel Deals
Social Gallery – Discover the Unexpected with Master Brewers & Top Chefs
The Merrion Hotel is Launching a New Vegan Menu With Author Holly White
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Duck Restaurant Review
Dipping a Toe in Ireland's Blue Book Gems - Duck Terrace Restaurant, Marfield House Review

Casual Dining

Sitting proud and statuesque in Ireland's Sunny South East is Marlfield House, just outside Gorey, Co.Wexford. A member of Ireland's Blue Books, it boasts over forty acres of woodlands, gardens, and lakes for guests to explore, before taking shelter in the luxurious interiors of the hotel. Wexford is a second home to me, with my family visiting this ...

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Reviews

Duck Restaurant Review
Dipping a Toe in Ireland's Blue Book Gems - Duck Terrace Restaurant, Marfield House Review

Casual Dining

Sitting proud and statuesque in Ireland's Sunny South East is Marlfield House, just outside Gorey, Co.Wexford. A member of Ireland's Blue Books, it boasts over forty acres of woodlands, gardens, and lakes for guests to explore, before taking shelter in the luxurious interiors of the hotel. Wexford is a second home to me, with my family visiting this ...

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The Grinch Who Fell in Love With Christmas - InterContinental Dublin Festive Afternoon Tea Review

Afternoon Tea

It was the 20th of November and I was definitely not in the Christmas spirit. There were near torrential levels of rain outside and the wind was icy cold. Basically, I was in a foul mood, but that all changed as soon as I stepped through the doors of the 5-star InterContinental Hotel in Dublin. The luxurious Ballsbridge venue was tastefully decora...

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Farnham Estate Review
A Revitalising Weekend of Rest & Relaxation - Farnham Estate Hotel Review

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In today's world, it seems we're always on the go. Rushing around, buzzing to and fro, it seems we don't stop and partake in a little self-care.So when I got the chance to indulge in a little R&R at Farnham Estate, you can be certain I ran, skipped and jumped at the chance. While I love travelling, exploring new places and roaming around new city...

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Courthouse Restaurant
A Magical Lunch at Monaghan's Michelin Bib - The Courthouse Restaurant Review

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Monaghan is one of Ireland's hidden gems. I don't usually like using that term as people tend to overuse it and call everything a hidden gem. But the county, which may not always be on a visitor's bucket list, is definitely one which should not be overlooked. This is especially true when looking at some of the food options in the area, in particular,...

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Out of the Corner and Into The Spotlight - Brasserie on the Corner, Galway, Restaurant Review

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Our recent visit West was to attend Food On The Edge, a two-day symposium with some of the best and brightest chefs, food writers, enthusiasts, and producers. Over the two days, we attended fascinating talks that left us inspired and hungry for more. Wanting a taste of Galway's finest foods we stopped by Brasserie on the Corner to refuel after FOTE. We ...

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Interviews

Elaine Murphy the Winding Stair
Determination, Passion and Success - Dublin's Powerhouse Restaurateur Elaine Murphy

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"I jumped at the chance to create a restaurant there. The Winding Stair site had a special place in my heart, having spent many college years there drinking coffee and pondering (student!) life. My idea was that it should be a ‘grown up’ version of what it had been, not too fussy and with a definite nod to its literary and cultural history." I lo...

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Bored of Turkey? - This Alternative Christmas Dinner Guide is a Recipe For Success

Features

Key to every Christmas is a delicious perfectly stress-free dinner that will allow you to spend more time with your family and friends. And if you are tired of having roast turkey every year… maybe 2018 is finally the time to try something different. I have created an alternative Christmas dinner menu that will satisfy each and everyone in the hous...

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The Future of Food - What We Can Expect in 2019 and Beyond

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Food has long been something more than simple sustenance for us. Yes, it sustains us, gives us life and is a basic human need. But today food means so much more. It is a unifier, it is culture, it is tradition and is something that we relish in. Each year we see new restaurants open, new Michelin stars awarded, exciting products launched and food dev...

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The Best Places in Ireland to Celebrate New Year's Eve

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New Year's Eve – the Turkey has finally been polished off and you’ve made a pretty good recovery from your St Stephen’s Day shenanigans. In between, you may have been one of the poor misfortunes to have headed back to work, or maybe you’ve spent your days on the sofa watching Mary Poppins re-runs, eating Tayto’s and sneaking out to the sale...

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