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Your Local Craft Butcher

Your local Craft Butcher The Month of December is every Craft Butchers busiest time of the year. Customers come to the Butcher shop in December because they know they are buying quality food from an experienced craft butcher.  However, after the month of December most local craft Butchers throughout Ireland experience a major drop off […]
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Roast Ham for Christmas

Roast Ham for Christmas There are many ways to cook a ham. However, Its Christmas time, so you want to cook the perfect roast ham. A roast Ham for Christmas is a favourite of ours and for many families on Christmas day. With the right preparation, it can be a straight forward process. We recommend […]
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The Christmas Rib Roast

Rib Of Beef The rib of Beef or Rib roast is a classic choice for a Sunday roast. However, it’s becoming very popular for Christmas Day too. You might be surprised, but not everyone chooses the popular bird -Turkey. The Christmas Rib Roast, however, is an all-round favourite and a very succulent cut of Beef. […]
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Cooking a Turkey

Cooking a Turkey – made simple Preparing the Christmas dinner is usually a stressful task for the host/chef. However, it shouldn’t be. It should be a stress-free day shared with your loved ones. One of the main questions we get asked every year regarding cooking a Turkey is “How do you cook the Turkey?” or […]
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Smoked Black Pudding Tortilla

Smoked Black Pudding Tortilla The Spanish Tortilla Or Spanish Omelette is a very popular dish found in most Spanish speaking countries. With just a few Eggs and Potatoes you can create a very tasty meal. We added our Smoked Black pudding into the mix, giving the Tortilla extra flavour. The Morcilla, which is a Spanish […]
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Pork Loin and Black Pudding with Dan Kelly Cider

Pork Loin and Black Pudding with Dan Kelly Cider Sauce Pork Loin, Black Pudding with Dan Kelly Cider Apple Sauce, Crispy Smoked Black Pudding, Candied Walnuts and Fried Cabbage. Now that sounds like a very tasty meal. Try it out for yourself and let us know what you think! Prep time: less than 30 minutes […]
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