Food Tourism: Melbourne, Australia.

It feels a little strange to write about Melbourne in the same way that I have with other cities that I have visited. Melbourne is my hometown, it is part of my identity. Despite living in Ireland for the last 8 years, I have spent the majority of my life in Melbourne. So there isn’t…

Food Tourism: Glasgow, Scotland.

Before sitting down to write about my most recent visit to Glasgow, I was contemplating what to jot down. Do I write about all my food encounters? Do I go into every single detail of what I ate and where? Should I take an overall view or I should just focus on the absolute highlight…

Review- Canteen Celbridge

A few weeks ago I finally went to Canteen Celbridge, which has been on my radar for quite some time thanks to reading multiple positive reviews. It is run by head chef James Sheridan and his partner Soizic Humbert. After having a successful restaurant in Blackrock, Dublin, they decided to move to Celbridge in County…

Food Tourism: Bergen, Norway.

I have wanted to go to Bergen for years. I can’t recall when it first was scribbled onto my ever growing list of places to travel, it was that long ago, but it has been high on the list ever since. The thoughts of a town nestled among the fjords with seven mountains peering over…

Kangaroo steak

So Lidl sell Kangaroo steaks and on the back of the pack it suggests to cook them for a whopping 16 minutes! So I thought I better set the record straight, because I wouldn’t want anyone to try kangaroo for the first time, cook them as directed and end up eating something that tasted like…

Review- Maynooth Organics

After finding out about Maynooth Organics about 3 months ago by chance on Instagram, I finally went there today with my partner. I really don’t know why we didn’t manage to get there sooner, I guess the excuse of “being busy” often gets in the way of discovering such treasures. Maynooth Organics is a treasure…