Love-songs & Masked Market- A Romantic Gathering

Posted by on Jan 15, 2013 in The Phoenix Blog | 0 comments

Our Valentines Market features Masks and Love Songs…with a yummmie food hamper for the very best and most inventive mask! Make one on our art table or simply come masked….love songs from Viarus and any other singers who, well …feel the passion. There could be a story or even a dance or two…. and food from the usual culprits…all on the 9th February 10am – 2pm – Join us! The first Farmers Market in Kerry was founded thirteen years ago in Milltown village on the R563...

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A Trip Down Memory Lane

Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 in The Phoenix Blog | 0 comments

A trip down memory lane starts with Hot Chocolate not just to die for but perhaps even to kill for. Ohhh and where? Lets meet up can we join you, i can hear chocoholics rumbling into action, coats,gloves, scarves and at least one boot on,  zip and here we are. Well it is in the lovely, picturesque and very quaint Niederdorf in the medievil centre of Zurich.Tiny craft shops, antiques, textiles, gold and silver smiths, exclusive food stores, the smell of coffee freshly roasted today and everyday since over a...

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Food,fun and a good read

Posted by on Nov 3, 2012 in The Phoenix Blog | 0 comments

\Life is one culinary adventure after another.... As a small kid I liked nothing better than to be lost in the fantasy of a good story-book. So what better place to be tomorrow than Woulfes Book shop Listowel, offering food tasters to the happy food trailist – and signing copies of my own cookbook.Pay me a visit and taste, to your hearts delight, all the lovely dips and bits that will make your mouth moist with, perhaps – mock hunger – as I know you will be enjoying many a succulent delight both...

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Food 4 Thought

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 in The Phoenix Blog | 0 comments

On Wednesday 17th. October a fantastic food event was facilitated by the hospitality section of the Institute of technolgy Tralee.Despite the weather, which started as a crisp autumnal morning and then veered towards heavy to light showers with occasional bursts of brilliant sunshine, the local food artisans set up a colourful Farmers Market outside the Hotel and Hospitality building .The foods on display ranged from home picked seaweed relishes, smoked and cured meats, cheeses, paella, gluten free baking,The...

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