The Myths and Legends of Ireland’s Great Rivers
Jan09

The Myths and Legends of Ireland’s Great Rivers

As an island nation, water has always played an important role in Ireland, and has given rise to some of their greatest legends and stories. However, it’s not just the sea that shaped aquatic myths. Here’s an infographic that will introduce you to some of the tales connected to Ireland’s great, inland waterways. Click the image to enlarge… Courtesy of...

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Adventures from an Irish Farm with Imen McDonnell’s Farmette Cookbook
Jan01

Adventures from an Irish Farm with Imen McDonnell’s Farmette Cookbook

A series of only-in-Ireland driving instructions led Liam and me to the McDonnell farm… “If you get into town, you’ve gone too far.” “Turn at the yellow house with the black trim, not the yellow house with the red trim.” “It won’t look like you’re on the right road, but you are.” “You’ll pass a ruined wall.” “Turn at the sign for Rathkeale, but do not...

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Cookies For An Irish Christmas
Dec20

Cookies For An Irish Christmas

Baking This Week? I’m sure I’m not the only one baking this week. While most people make the same traditional cookies and cakes that they make every year, I’m betting a number of you are like me and ready to try something different. I have some Irish friends who are amazing bakers. If you’ve ever stayed at a B&B in Ireland, you know how good the Irish are at baking. I thought I’d try to find out what...

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Postcard from Ireland: Curraghmore House
Sep14

Postcard from Ireland: Curraghmore House

Curraghmore House, Portlaw, County Waterford. If you look closely, you’ll spot the top LePoer Tower in the upper left side of the photo… which was featured in Episode #23. Submitted by AJ...

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Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Gets Worthy Upgrade
Jul20

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Gets Worthy Upgrade

I first noticed the changes at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park last summer. Every building in the folk park boasted a fresh coat of paint, the furniture and decorations inside the cottages had gone through a deep cleaning that dislodged years and years of dirt, and there was a new cast of characters roaming the streets. It might not seem like much, but the little upgrades enhanced every moment of the visit. Not only were the buildings...

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Celebrating a Hundred Years in Music at Ireland’s National Concert Hall
Mar23

Celebrating a Hundred Years in Music at Ireland’s National Concert Hall

The centenary of the Easter Rising in 1916 is being marked by talks, plays, books, seminars, parades, speeches, art works, and many other ways across Ireland and through its diaspora across the world. In the heart of Dublin City, Ireland’s National Concert Hall is joining in with a series if concerts running from 28 March through 3 April in Dublin, a concert in London on 29 April, and three longer running projects across the year of...

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