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Food News: a taste of Café Paradiso
Ciara Leahy
A vegetarian celebration as Denis Cotter of Cork’s Paradiso Restaurant comes to Overends Kitchen in Airfield Estate, writes Ciara Leahy.
 
 
Meet The Maker: jeweller Garrett Mallon
In this week’s Meet The Maker, Maria Moynihan talks to Garrett Mallon from the Garrett Mallon Design House, Carlingford, Co Louth.
Childcare in Ireland- reaction to Core Funding
Core Funding is the new government model through which childcare funding will be appropriated but its not working for small providers, writes Ciara Leahy.
A living history at Killruddery House and Gardens
This Co Wicklow estate has been home to the Earl and Countess of Meath since the 1600s - and the land has been farmed since that time, as well. Janine Kennedy writes.
Behind the scenes of the summer shows: Joan Widger of Clonmel Agri Show
With the return of summer shows, our new series goes behind the scenes with the dedicated volunteers; starting with Joan Widger of Clonmel Agricultural Show. In conversation with Niamh Gunn.
Damien's Dairy- a family celebration
We should have no regrets and celebrate big family occasions, writes Damien O'Reilly.
Katherine's Country- finally it rains
After several weeks of dry weather and consequently slower grass growth, the rain has finally come. Good growth and higher grass yields are just around the corner, writes Katherine O’Leary.
I don’t agree with my son’s decision to get married abroad
Dear Miriam, I don’t agree with my son’s decision to get married abroad.
Bringing daughter's cousins on days out is costing me a fortune
Dear Miriam, I'm happy to bring my daughter’s cousins on days out; but it’s costing me a fortune.
Food News: a taste of Café Paradiso
A vegetarian celebration as Denis Cotter of Cork’s Paradiso Restaurant comes to Overends Kitchen in Airfield Estate, writes Ciara Leahy.
Neven Maguire- poultry perfection
Put these chicken recipes in your back pocket, perfect for a tasty summer treat.
Limerick youngsters on cusp of greatness
If Limerick were to beat Galway in Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final, they would be on a brink of a third straight Liam MacCarthy victory and a fourth in five years.
Three farms go for auction in Wexford
The largest is 81.07ac and it comes with a derelict farmhouse and yard.
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Kverneland Balers – heavy silage, heavy-duty balers
With the grass season in full swing, Kverneland balers are doing their fair share of work in the field.
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Seven considerations when selecting and feeding fat supplements
Dr Richard Kirkland, global technical manager for Volac Wilmar Feed Ingredients, outlines seven considerations dairy producers should have when selecting fat supplements.
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Farm safely – stay safe by staying clear of overhead electricity wires
Michael Murray, ESB Networks public safety manager, has some vital advice for farmers and contractors ahead of the busy silage season.
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Good silage starts in the field but finishes in the clamp
Fermentation relies on bacteria utilising sugars in the grass, but depending on the species of bacteria carrying out the process, the end products will differ.
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