Ireland is a land of traditions. Never more so than at Christmas.
We must all stay conscious of the recycling in the days after Christmas. That includes food!
What will you be eating this Christmas Day?
There's always a lot of talk about food and wine matching at Christmas.
By now we imagine the turkey is in the oven, sending its wonderful aromas all over the house, and you are buried under a pile of crumpled wrapping paper, delighting in the goodi
t'was the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse... what an idyllic image of Christmas Eve. Yeah, right.
We reckon fish gets a little overlooked at Christmas, in favour of all the meats of the season.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me...a partridge in a pear tree.
Writing this blog often presents a challenge.
In the spirit of Christmas, we celebrate the birth of a King. Not that we're getting overly religious here.
Ah the bliss of a twiggy fire made from sticks you've gathered yourself.Nothing like it.
How do you fancy a little spoiling, pampering and general relaxation this Christmas?
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...Jack Frost nipping at your toes...we're waxing lyrical here at Good Food Ireland this Christmas!
Judging by our recent commentary on Facebook, more people love Brussels sprouts than hate them!
Long before turkey became popular, most Irish farmyards were home to a goose, reared specially for the feast of the big day. Goose is a truly celebratory bird.