Category Archives: Home Economy

Buy Irish. How would you know?

Every Euro spent locally is likely to be re-spent locally. That’s how we create jobs in our neighbourhood and locality. Not by complaining, but by being aware of the consequences of our own actions. The Single Transferable Euro is how … Continue reading

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Waste not, Want not

We had pheasant for dinner last night. Yes, pheasant! On the last Sunday in April, I roasted it under strips of streaky bacon and served it with Marsala gravy, apple sauce, Maris Piper potatoes Dauphinoise, sauteéd Savoy cabbage and mushy … Continue reading

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