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Gran Grans Foods introduction.

Gran Grans foods are a favourite of ours here at Irish Taste Club for two reasons. Firstly they live just a few miles away from us in Loughrea so they are fellow Galwegians. Secondly and more importantly we love their products, every time we pace an order with them there is a new product or … Read more…

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The Big Revealski April Hamper Box

Welcome back Taste Buddies, Another of our monthly subscription hamper box  reveals where we showcase flavorsome fancies, handpicked, award-winning artisan foods from Ireland. Each  months hamper box is packed with small-batch products from independent Irish producers and is shipped directly to your door. Products are sourced from independent producers, and subscribers can expect to experience … Read more…

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The Big Revealski

Welcome Taste fans, to the first of our monthly subscription hamper box  reveals where we showcase the delectable delights of handpicked, award-winning artisan foods from Ireland. Each  months hamper box is packed with small-batch products from independent Irish producers and is shipped directly to your door. Products are sourced from independent producers, and subscribers can … Read more…

My Subscription Addiction Review

Our November box has just been reviewed on My Subscription Addiction.com Read for yourself how much they enjoyed our box.  

FarePlate NYC

Irish Artisans hit New York

We’re on the countdown now to one of the biggest days in the Irish calendar – St Patrick’s Day and with the growing demand for Irish artisan food across the US, food events like these are popping up across the country. We’re delighted to be associated with Fare Plate in NYC. We’re one of the … Read more…

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5 amazing facts you never knew about Irish food!

Ireland is now home to over 5 vineyards When you think of wine, you may think of France, Italy and Spain, or even New World vineyards in Australia, Chile or the US. Rarely does Irish wine enter the conversation. Yet our involvement with the grape goes back 16 centuries and its expertise has guided the … Read more…

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Here’s how to make Boxty

We Irish are very inventive with our potatoes. One of the most traditional ways to eat them, especially in the border counties, is boxty.  Boxty is a potato pancake which is basically fried grated potato. This is a very forgiving recipe. The soapier the potato, the better! It’s our version of a rosti and it’s … Read more…

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Galway Food Festival celebrates 100 Years of Food

Galway is the place to be this Easter weekend. Galway Food Festival returns from March 24th-28th and the theme this year coincides with the Easter Rising Centenary Programme. The festival will be a celebration of 100 Years of Irish Food.   Draft plans include an extended food trail, cookery demonstrations at the Druid Theatre and … Read more…

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Five Food Trends for 2016

Clean eating. This one is not going away. We are more conscious than ever of the effect food has on our health. The biggest-selling cookbooks these days are chock-full of recipes with quinoa, freekeh, avocados and raw vegetables. Less meat in our diets. Too much red meat is bad for us. We know this. Generations … Read more…

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The Perfect Irish Potato Bread Recipe

This traditional Irish griddle bread has humble origins. It is just as happy with some sausage and bacon as it is pimped up for a dinner party with smoked salmon and sour cream.   Potato bread Makes 8 pieces 500g mashed potato (seasoned with salt, pepper and mashed with butter) 50 g plain flour ¼ … Read more…

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