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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Fifteens containing biscuit, cherries, marshmallows and topped with coconut on a pink tray.

    This is an easy no-bake traybake and is really quick and simple to make.  The Fifteens are so called because this traditional Northern Ireland recipe calls for fifteen of each ingredient.

    25 Jun 2020
  2. Loaf of wheaten bread on a board

    The guys at Wee Buns Cookery School have shared a traditional Northern Ireland recipe with us for you to try out at home.  What’s better than wheaten fresh out of the oven dripping with butter and jam – let us know your favourite way to have it.

    25 Jun 2020
  3. Close up of carrot and parsnip muffins

    Our friends at Mash Direct, an award-winning, family-run farm in Comber, have been farming the fields around Strangford Lough since the 1800's.  Here they share their carrot and parsnip recipe for muffins with a twist, using their mash pack as one of the main ingredients! 

    25 Jun 2020
  4. Couple taking a guided tour of Rademon Estate Distillery, learning the secrets of gin and whiskey making at the home of Shortcross Gin. Distillery equipment is visible in the background

    You could spend the rest of your life on a culinary tour around Northern Ireland and you still wouldn’t get to see all the food and drink that’s produced and sold here. From farmers markets to Michelin-starred restaurants, country kitchens to family tables, Northern Ireland’s food revolution is going from strength to strength – seemingly as fresh and seasonal as the produce that inspires it. These are just some of the highlights.

    25 Jun 2020
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