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  • Woolen Mills | Expansion at the Ha’penny Bridge | TheTaste.ie
    of handcrafted sandwiches for take away Moving up into the restaurant the Woollen Mills stays true to its roots They serve simple foods and a lot of them The menu ranges from fresh fish vegetarian plates and traditional stews however what stands out most is that it s all comfort food or if you will a modern take on Irish soul food What s makes the Woollen Mills so special is its effortlessness It s a gathering place of sorts curated by a passion for bringing people together over simple hearty food and great drinks They re taking some of the flavours we love the most and reviving them to reflect Dublin as it is now The Woollen Mills is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 11pm It s one of Dublin s foodie havens that ought not to be missed thewoollenmills com 01 828 0895 Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags Dublin Restaurant Woolen Mills You may also like Top Vegan Restaurants Vegan Friendly Dining Options in the Capital 9 Feb 2015 Winning traditions in Rasam 18 Oct 2014 Listowel Food Fair To whet your appetite 10 Oct 2014 Follow Next story Listowel Food Fair To whet your appetite Previous story Champagne or Prosecco Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on Twitter Tweets by Thetaste ie About TheTaste ie TheTaste ie is a new online magazine dedicated to Ireland s growing foodie culture Our mission is find all of Ireland s top foodie hotspots and

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  • The Vintage Kitchen: nothing but quality - TheTaste.ie
    you can experience some of the finest modern Irish food in town on a budget The Vintage Kitchen is a great representation of the modern hip Dublin city that we re living in at the moment Treat guests to an unfussy welcoming little dining room carefully thought out food and put their customers at ease with relaxed yet professional staff Booking is required and don t forget to call them well in advance Thevintagekitchen ie 01 679 8705 THE VINTAGE KITCHEN FOOD ART CRAFT VINYL BYOW DINNER MENU 2 coures 25 Tuesday Saturday 5 10pm SOMETHING TO START Wicklow Duck liver creme lime jelly pistachio toast raisin apple star anise jam Donegal smoked haddock wild samphire chorizo chowder Wild pink prawn chili soft herb risotto Roasted wild Irish Sea ling wrapped in Parma ham crispy cod fish cake caper sauce Slow roasted beets whipped mascarpone pink onions feta black figs prune jalapeno relish SOMETHING TO FOLLOW Pan fried 12oz Thomastown rib eye of beef onion bacon casserole bone reduction gravy grilled tomato sauteed potato 7 supplement Pan fried Kilmore quay hake cajun boulibasse Roaring bay mussels lump fish caviar roasted parsnip Graitin of cream of poricini truffle spinach cashel blue cheese roasted Carlow mushrooms orecchiette Slaney river Slow roasted lamb shank treacle gravy roasted sweet potato mash roasted potato twice cooked carrot Roasted poussin caprese salad horseraddish sauce sauteed potatoes SOMETHING TO FINISH Half baked chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream Lemon panna cotta with boozy berry ginger crumble Cheese plate with fig jam grape apple 4 supplement Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags Dublin Restaurant The Vintage Kitchen You may also like What makes a Great Restaurant by Nick Munier 18 Nov 2014 Alltech Brews Food Festival 2015 By irishbeersnob 6 Jan 2015 Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday 17

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  • Kelly's Mountain Brewing Justice & Revolution by @IrishBeerSnob - TheTaste.ie
    food match for white meat dishes such as roast chicken or pork Next up we have Revolution Red ale this is a different beast altogether Starting with a higher gravity than Justice this is a Ruby Ale with a lovely citrus aroma As the beer is filtered its crystal clear and has a lovely ruby red colour The abv is 4 8 This beer is triple hopped we have Magnum for Bittering Cascade for Aroma and Cascade for Dry Hopping This beer has a lovely malty backbone with a nice dry finish This would be a lovely match to a nice red meat roast such as lamb or beef This beer would also be very good with a nice cheese and meat board Kellys Mountain Brewing beers are available in many local independent off licences and are distributed nationwide by Barry Fitzwilliam If you are interested in stocking these fine beers from Kildare please contact Kelly s Mountain via their website www kellysmountainbrew com or by email to Info kellysmountainbrew com Wayne Dunne From IPAs to Stouts to everything in between Wayne is a passionate advocate for Craft Beer and Cider in Ireland He regularly features in online publications and podcasts as well as writing with his wife on www irishbeersnob com Wayne s aim is to kick down the doors of convention surrounding Craft Beer and Cider by writing in a no nonsense style Drawing on his experiences of many different beers he is going to bring you on a journey that you ll be asking yourself why didn t I join this revolution sooner Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Growlers by IrishBeerSnob 3 Nov 2014 CURIM WHEAT BEER 50CL 1 Sep 2014 EIGHT DEGREES KNOCKMEALDOWN PORTER 33CL 1 Sep 2014 Follow Next story The

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  • Irish Whiskey Awards - Celebrate Diversity & Quality of Indigenous Irish Industry - TheTaste.ie
    Jameson Gold Reserve Irish Single Cask Whiskey Celtic Cask Naoi Irish Cask Strength Whiskey Redbreast Cask Strength Irish Single Grain Whiskey Teeling Whiskey Single Grain Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year Leinster Palace Bar Dublin Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year Munster Dick Mack s Bar Dingle Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year Connaught Garavan s Bar Galway Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year Ulster Duke of York Belfast Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year International Whisky and Alement Melbourne Australia Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year Overall Dick Mack s Dingle Co Kerry Irish Poitin Teeling Whiskey Company Poitin Irish Liqueur Coole Swan Irish Whiskey Barrel Aged Irish Craft Beer Franciscan Well Jameson Stout Ally Alpine founder of the Irish Whiskey Awards commented I would like to congratulate all of the winners from this year s Irish Whiskey Awards The standard was extremely high across all categories reflecting the superb quality of whiskeys and whiskey bars in Ireland We look to an even brighter future for this vibrant industry as over 20 new distilleries are due to open in the near future The standard and popularity of Irish Whiskey continues to rise and this is why it is important to honour those who are contributing to the huge growth in this sector in recent years Special Guest Speaker Aoife Keane Head of the Irish Whiskey Association which was established in 2014 to represent the rapidly expanding sector said Tonight we celebrate Irish whiskey its highquality standards its global reach and its local roots Fifteen years ago 1 5m cases of Irish whiskey were being sold around the world and there werefour distilleries on the island Since then Irish whiskey has been the fastest growing premium spirit category in the world selling 6 2m cases last year This year we have over 20 new distillery projects in the pipeline 5 000 people are employed directly and indirectly and more than 500 000 tourists go through our visitor centres annually Irish Whiskey is one of Ireland s fastest growing exports experiencing 220 growth in the last ten years We rightly aspire to regain our position as the largest whiskey category in the world The whiskey celebrations will continue over the Bank Holiday weekend as WhiskeyLive Dublin takes place in the magnificent Round Room of The Mansion House in Dublin on Saturday 25th October 2014 This will be the fourth year that the world s premier whiskey tasting show event has taken place Tickets are available for two sessions 2 00 5 30pm and 6 00 9 30pm priced 37 50 and the Celtic Whiskey Shop will donate a minimum of 10 per ticket to Down Syndrome Dublin Available from www celticwhiskeyshop com or at the Celtic Whiskey Shop 27 28 Dawson Street Dublin 2 or by phone 01 675 9744 www irishwhiskeyawards com whiskeyawardsie IrishWhiskeyAwards Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Listowel Food Fair To whet your appetite 10 Oct 2014 Teeling Whiskey Breaks Ground on New Dublin

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  • Cheesy Eggs Benedict with Courgettes by Clodagh McKenna - TheTaste.ie
    your eggs into a cup one at a time and bring the egg in the cup one at a time as close to the boiling water as possible and quickly drop the egg into the swirling water the swirling water helps the white of the egg to form around the yolk Reduce the heat to medium and leave to cook for 3 minutes Another trick is to add a generous amount of vinegar to the poaching liquid this helps the eggs form into perfect spheres BUT sometimes you can taste the vinegar in the eggs so the cupping method is what I suggest While the eggs are poaching place a frying pan over a high heat and add 2 tablespoons of olive oil Once the oil is hot tip in the courgettes and season with salt and pepper Cook for a couple of minutes on each side Toast the sourdough bread and arrange on two plates Arrange two poached eggs on each dish toast Pour over the cheese sauce and place the courgettes on top Season with salt and pepper Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like TheTaste on Newstalk The Pat Kenny Show Every Monday at 11 30 4 Feb 2015 Dublin Cocktail Festival 13 Oct 2014 Being healthy doesn t have to be bland at Balfes 6 Jan 2015 Follow Next story Win a 100 M S Gift Card Closed Previous story In praise of Italian whites Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on

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  • In praise of...Italian whites - TheTaste.ie
    of Sicily and just about everywhere in between and they are as wonderful and varied as the landscapes the come from Pinot Bianco can be as clean and fresh as an Alpine stream Gavi is bone dry with great zip it often appeals to Chablis drinkers Both Lugana and Soave produce wines with a subtle character of apple pear or white peach Moving south we come to Vermentino and Verdicchio possibly Italy s greatest white variety which produces wines of intense savoury complexity In Campania we have the holy trinity of Fiano Falanghina and Greco di Tufo These three are already becoming stars in their own right Fiano for its bone dry minerality matched to a peachy fruitiness Falanghina similar but with a little more weight and Greco for its more exotic floral and orange peel richness Even Sicily not the first place that comes to mind for white wines is producing some fantastically refreshing wines Grillo and Inzolia are just two of the grapes indigenous to the island and both make for wonderful drinking Grillo is reasonably full bodied with floral and citrus flavours Inzolia lighter and more aromatic These are just a fraction of what is being produced when you re bored of these you can try Fruilano Pecorino Favorita Zibibbio Grechetto and Catarratto When you re done with all those come back to me and I ll give you another list One of the truly fascinating things about these wines and varieties is that they are totally unique to the area that they are from You don t find Fiano or Grillo grown in California or New Zealand You don t even find it in other parts of Italy They are different yes but it s because they have character flavour and reflect where they are from If you really like wine do yourself a favour and try something different Italian whites Italy is producing some wonderful white wines from native varieties which have far more character than you may have come to expect from Italian whites Look out for Pinot Bianco Gavi Lugana Soave Vermentino Verdicchio Falanghina Fiano Greco and Grillo And when you ve done them try Favorita Erbaluce Fruliano Grechetto Pecorino Inzolia Catarratto and Zibibbio When you done with all of them give me a shout and I ll list some more Award winning Sommelier Ian Brosnan is ely s executive wine manager As one of Ireland s best known and respected wine personalities with numerous awards such as Best Sommelier in Ireland and Wine Personality of the Year to his name Ian happily shares his years of experience and knowledge with thetaste ie Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags Wine You may also like Home Brewing Up A Storm by IrishBeerSnob 10 Feb 2015 Vintage Cocktail Club 1 Sep 2014 Being healthy doesn t have to be bland at Balfes 6 Jan 2015 Follow Next story Cheesy Eggs Benedict with Courgettes by Clodagh McKenna Previous story Amuse A diamond in the rough Signup

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  • Win a €100 M&S Gift Card - Closed - TheTaste.ie
    must warn you this video will make you hungry enjoy Terms Conditions Closing date for entries is midnight on Thursday 10 October 2014 Overall winner s will be announced on Friday 10 October 2014 Upon submitting their entry the entrant acknowledges that their details will be used for TheTaste ezine updates Entrant must be over 18 years of age Employees or agents of the TheTaste any associated group companies prize sponsor and or agencies associated with this competition and their immediate families are ineligible to enter Any such entries will be invalid Entry to the competition is free No purchase is necessary The promoter is excluded from liability for any loss damage or injury which might occur to the winner arising from his or her acceptance of the prize By entering this competition you are agreeing that any submissions made become the property of TheTaste The promoter reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish Courts Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Alltech Brews Food Festival 2015 By irishbeersnob 6 Jan 2015 Win a Flavours of Achill Island Christmas Hamper Closed 1 Oct 2014 The Original Sunday Roast Competition by Fire Restaurant 15 Jan 2015 Follow Next story Win a 250 voucher for Michelin Star Restaurant l Ecrivain Closed Previous story Cheesy Eggs Benedict with Courgettes by Clodagh McKenna Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff

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  • Win a €250 voucher for Michelin Star Restaurant l'Ecrivain - Closed - TheTaste.ie
    Friday 10 October 2014 Upon submitting their entry the entrant acknowledges that their details will be used for TheTaste ezine updates Entrant must be over 18 years of age Employees or agents of the TheTaste any associated group companies prize sponsor and or agencies associated with this competition and their immediate families are ineligible to enter Any such entries will be invalid Entry to the competition is free No purchase is necessary The promoter is excluded from liability for any loss damage or injury which might occur to the winner arising from his or her acceptance of the prize By entering this competition you are agreeing that any submissions made become the property of TheTaste The promoter reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish Courts Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Win brunch for 2 at Odessa Club Closed 1 Oct 2014 Win a 150 voucher for Chapter One Closed 15 Dec 2014 Want to win 2 tickets to Yves Cuilleron Wine Dinner in Stanley s Restaurant 26 Jan 2015 Follow Next story Craft Beer Industry Report Previous story Win a 100 M S Gift Card Closed Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on Twitter Tweets by Thetaste ie About TheTaste ie TheTaste ie is a new online magazine dedicated to Ireland s growing foodie culture Our mission is find all of Ireland

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