Irish Bloggers

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Belle
Life with one fab teen, one gorgeous girl with cerebral palsy and one amazing boy with aspergers. Regrets, Author, Wisdom, Gorgeous Girl, Cerebral Palsy, Relationship, Aspergers, Thoughts, Words

Life with one fab teen, one gorgeous girl with cerebral palsy and one amazing boy with aspergers.

Food adventures and restaurant reviews from Dublin and Ireland Dublin Restaurants, Soda Bread, Irish Recipes, Ireland, Spaghetti, Easy Meals, Ethnic Recipes, Adventure, Drinks

Stitch and Bear

An Irish food blog with Dublin restaurant reviews, Irish food & drink news, cocktails, wine and city weekend breaks

A place to discuss whatever has caught my attention on any given day.

Cooking for YOU Your home, our food, we take the hassle out of cooking by doing if for you. Irish, Organic, Hands, Letters, Posts, Cooking, Kitchen, Blog, Recipes

Jen's Kitchen - Jen's Kitchen

Cooking for YOU Your home, our food, we take the hassle out of cooking by doing if for you. From filling your fridge for the week to a full service catering.

The newly dubbed Transatlantic Gardener (formerly the Transatlantic Plantsman) calls Joy Larkcom's memoir, JUST VEGETATING, "hugely engaging, consistently revealing and. bursts with proven approaches to growing food.

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Words and pictures from an Irish garden by Jane Powers

Recipes for cakes, breads, sweets and savouries, with some food-related travel tales too! Cupcake Recipes, My Recipes, Bread Recipes, Lemon Curd Cupcakes, Original Recipe, Coffee Cake, Coffee Drinks, Pecan, Vanilla Cake

Cakes, Bakes, and other Bits

Restaurant Overviews, Recipes for Cakes, Breads, Sweets & Savouries, and Food-related Travel.

This blog is all about pictures, my pictures, of anything and everything, as I see it! I'm C, by the way, or Colette, to friends!

As Seen by C

This blog is all about pictures, my pictures, of anything and everything, as I see it! More pictures than words. All images and content are my copyright, and may not be used without my permission. ©2011 – 2015

Life from a rural town in Ireland Stuff To Do, Things To Do, Waffle, Turning, Ireland, Irish, River, Sunset, Reading

Magnumlady Blog

Life from a rural town in Ireland

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Feker

Yet another techie with another site

I do love Sunday morning among other things like Chuck Norris and the wonder that is the humble Custard Cream. Here I will get my Jessica Fletcher on and share that Sunday feeling through my typewriter.

Irish golf writer, blogger and photographer. I travelled Ireland by camper van playing and reviewing every 18 hole course for a book entitled Hooked. An updated version was published by Collins Press in 2011. I write for magazines (UK and Irish), fellow bloggers and myself… because playing golf means there’s always something to talk about. Ireland Golf Courses, Golf Holidays, Play Golf, Ireland Travel, Golf Clubs, Irish, Camper Van, Magazines, Writer

Hooked: Ireland's Golf Courses

Blog about Irish golf and golf in Ireland,including parkland and links golf, and Irish golf photographs and Irish golf holidays/vacations

Bellitum is a prof de français et anglais en retraite. Interested in books,history,theatre, language, education, history of art and architecture, dogs and food. A francophile. Dublin/Baile Atha Cliath and Aude , France. Selling no goods or services. Art And Architecture, Dublin, Theatre, Cow, Irish, Language, France, Education, History

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N'importe quoi. A miscellany

A life spent half in inner-city Bermondsey, in London, and the other half in Corca Dhuibhne, Ireland's Dingle peninsula. Two languages - Irish (never called Gaelic!) and English. Dynamic contrasts. And similarities. Great music, beaches and mountains in Corca Dhuibhne. Great design and urban living in Bermondsey. Great food in both places. Great way to live.

Felicity Hayes-McCoy Author: Blog and Website

Last September our TV signal went down. We’d just travelled from Ireland to London, where settling into our two room flat normally ta...