Posts Tagged: Country Living

Golf swingers in town!

A group of key international golf sports journalists who write and commentate for top magazines and sports channels in the US, Denmark, Norway,…
Aussie Chef Gets A Taste of Mayo

Mayo features in the third episode of ‘A Taste of Ireland’ programme which airs Tuesday 25 June on TV3 at 7.30pm.  This is the third episode for Lyndey Milan,…
Top chef for five-star Doonbeg

The five-star The Lodge at Doonbeg has today appointed Heiko Riebant executive head chef. Riebant joins Doonbeg from The Sheen Falls Lodge Hotel in Kenmare,…
Sweet as Siúcra

Indulge with Siúcra’s Italian lemon pie. While Irish summer weather can be unpredictable, enjoy some sunshine in a pie with Siúcra’s simply scrumptious Italian…
Marrying a farmer

Thinking of marrying a farmer? Perhaps you should read this list before you do. Apparently in the 1940s and 50s, there were many…
Everybody needs good neighbours

Macra na Feirme recently launched Know Your Neighbour Weekend aiming to encourage engagement with neighbours “Recent times of crisis have demonstrated the strength…
Fathers day of rest

Don’t forget Fathers Day is today and if you are looking for a special gift for your dad, here’s some great farming ideas.…
Social media key for ICA

Social media and twitter are key to the future of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association (ICA), its recent AGM in Portlaoise heard.  Speaking to…
ICA member celebrates her 103rd birthday

Lucy Carty, an Irish Countrywomen’s Association (ICA) member from Bishopstown Cork celebrated her 103rd birthday recently. She celebrated this occasion with a party…
Heavy metal

Many people think that blacksmiths and metal workers no longer exist in Ireland and that they have to accept poor quality metal work…
Strawberry surge

There has been a huge surge in strawberry sales the past year, according to a Kantar survey just out. The figures were released…