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Riverfest 2017 promises to be the best yet

Riverfest 2017 promises to be the best yet

| April 5, 2017

Thousands of visitors are set to attend Riverfest, Ireland’s first major festival of the summer, with Limerick becoming a mecca for families, foodies, runners and watersport enthusiasts over the May Bank Holiday weekend. Some of the world’s best jetboarders including Scott Knemeyer, Bo Krook and Irish champion wakeboarder David O Caoimh will perform as part […]

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Food truck festival to bring culinary explosion to Limerick

Food truck festival to bring culinary explosion to Limerick

| March 28, 2017

  LIMERICK is to see a culinary explosion on the June Bank Holiday weekend when Europe’s biggest food truck and craft beer festival will attract upwards of 40,000 visitors and more than 60 international to the Treaty city. The Limerick International Food Truck Festival is the first dedicated event of its kind to take place in Ireland […]

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The Food Series comes to Workbench Limerick

The Food Series comes to Workbench Limerick

| March 22, 2017

AN EXCITING event aimed at supporting the Irish Food Industry has been planned for March 29 next in Limerick where leading experts will address local business. Running at Bank of Ireland’s Workbench Limerick, The Food Series is a monthly event to promote quality Irish produce and those passionate about our local and national Food Industry. […]

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Awards seek Limerick food hero and more

Awards seek Limerick food hero and more

| March 21, 2017

LIMERICK nominations are now being accepted for the first Irish Food Hero as part of the Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards for 2017. Designed to recognise the unsung heroes of the Irish food sector, the new award is part of the fifth instalment that recognise excellence in products available to Irish consumers. All retailers, […]

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Tom to bring tastes from the bridge to the bay along the Wild Atlantic Way

Tom to bring tastes from the bridge to the bay along the Wild Atlantic Way

| January 23, 2017

LIMERICK food lovers are being invited on a journey from the bridge to the bay by award winning chef Tom Flavin who aims to celebrate the delights of the Wild Atlantic Way between Limerick and Clew Bay. Themed “From the Bridge to the Bay”
, the Adare chef, based at the Limerick Strand Hotel wants to […]

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RAI seeks out Limerick’s best eateries ahead of Irish #FoodOscars

RAI seeks out Limerick’s best eateries ahead of Irish #FoodOscars

| January 13, 2017

  NOMINATIONS are open for the best Limerick restaurants and eateries to go forward to the #FoodOscars Irish Restaurant Awards 2017. Open until January 25 next, members of the public are able to choose their favourites across 20 categories including Best Restaurant, Best Casual Dining, Best Chef, Best Seafood Experience, Best World Cuisine and more. […]

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Get Limerick Growing as fund deadline looms 

Get Limerick Growing as fund deadline looms 

| January 5, 2017

LIMERICK fruit and vegetable growing enthusiasts are being urged to get growing their own food in 2017. Wellness Coach Alison Canavan has teamed up with GIY and Energia for the ‘Energia Get Ireland Growing’ initiative which offers community and voluntary organisations the opportunity to apply to the €70,000 pool of funding which will enable groups to […]

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Making lolly with Limerick veggie pops

Making lolly with Limerick veggie pops

| October 6, 2016

IRELAND is set to become Europe’s most obese nation within the next decade, with some estimates suggesting we will be the fattest people in the world by 2030. Yet there’s still time for us to defy those rather gloomy predictions. A good start might be to replace those chocolate-coated, sugar-loaded treats in our shopping bags […]

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Treaty City brewing – bringing new life to an old tradition in Limerick

Treaty City brewing – bringing new life to an old tradition in Limerick

| October 5, 2016

MORE than a century has passed, two world wars were waged and the lives of at least three generations were lived, since beers and ales were brewed in Limerick city. But when Stephen Cunneen left his home in Limerick with an engineering degree, little did he think that he would be the one to return […]

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Could Fords be the best chipper in Ireland?

Could Fords be the best chipper in Ireland?

| October 3, 2016

  IT has been lauded as the best in the world by lovers from Limerick and in the top ten places to eat before you die, but could Donkey Fords be herald as the best chipper in Ireland? That is down to you the people of Limerick and further afield as the landmark chipper has […]

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