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Is the Christmas Dinner underway? Are you laying the table? Is the house full excited children and scrunched up wrapping paper?

Did you know mistletoe is a parasite plant. Mistletoe can only thrive by growing on other trees,  absorbing water and food from the host plant.

In the traditional Christmas story, the star that hailed the birth of Christ was seen by shepherds and goatherds, tending their flocks by night in Bethlehem.

Our new gift card was launched at the annual Good Food Ireland conference and awards back in November.

Europe is known for it's magnificent Christmas Markets. In recent years, that trend has arrived in Ireland, at the many farmer's markets spread across the country.

An article in the Independent newspaper, shared on Facebook by our own Jess Murphy of Kai Restaurant and Cafe in Galway city, declares that 1.7 million turkeys consumed in Irela

'Christmas tree, Oh Christmas Tree....',  so the carol begins. Christmas trees are to be seen aplenty in Irish homes right now.

As the song goes 'It's the most wonderful time of the year...'. What  makes Christmas special for you?

We've all heard about Pop-Upsin the food world - shops and  restaurants which appear out of nowhere in the interesting locations of our towns and cities.

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