Wednesday June 3, 2020

Raise a festive glass

Our lives have become so frantic that most of us plan meals by looking into the fridge and asking those assembled in the kitchen what they fancy.

17th December, 2005

Our lives have become so frantic that most of us plan meals by looking into the fridge and asking those assembled in the kitchen what they fancy.

Sundays, far from being a culinary highlight of the week, are, for many, a day almost without food, as everyone slumps after the night before or prepares for the week ahead.

The Christmas Day dinner is therefore one of our last remaining connections with an Ireland that gave...

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