Producers at the Fitzwilliam Square trade event talk about seafood, eggs and wild mountain lamb on May 12th.
Barista School proprietor James Mc Cormack arrived in the station armed with a tidy coffee making kit that enables him to freshly grind and brew on the move. The fresh beans from Rwanda brewed pale but tasted great, even though I put non organic milk and sugar in it! Two lucky winners are off for Home Barista training worth €75 each so congrats to Jenny Darmody and Ginni Mills. Many thanks James.
Barista School is open for coffee at -
19a South Anne Street, Dublin 2.
Hours: Open 7 days a week from 9am-4pm
Falafel fanatics are flocking to UMI on Dame Street,Dublin for delicious Lebanese and Palestinian Falafels.
Proprietors Ahmed Halimeh and Adam Abushabab talk about their native Palestinian cuisine.
Chef Adam shares some of his recipe tips for making falafel, humous and babaganoush.
Umi Falafel Restaurant is beside the AIB Bank (opposite Olympia Theatre)
13 Dame Street
Great value lunch meals with Falafel sandwich, potato wedges and drinks for €7.50
Phone: 01 670 6866
Grape Expectations author, farmer and wine maker Caro Feely, talks about her journey from Dublin business consultant to artisan wine producer in the Bergerac region of France.
Commitment to organic and bio- dynamic principals add to the terroir of the Feely wines. (see reviews on website)
In addition to farming, writing books, making wine and raising a family, Caro Feely also gives award winning wine tours
What's cooking in outer space? Space cuisine gave birth to HACCP International food safety standards, which were originally developed by NASA in the 1960's.
Astronomy enthusiast and radio presenter Ben Emmett joins me on today's show.
Photographed are astronauts around the international space station dining table.
Ben Emmett presents 'The Astronomy Show' live every Tuesday night at 8pm on http://www.dublincityfm.ie.