Smooth Prawn Dip
Sweet Chilli Mayonnaise
Mint & Mayonnaise Dip
Fresh Tomato Salsa
Don't forget to Feed the Fish at the bottom of this Post!
|A juicy & tender whole roasted turkey does add to the sense of occasion at Christmas!|
|You really can add whatever herbs you like to your stuffing!|
|Cáit Noone, head of the Hotel School, at GMIT|
|"Eat Me!" it said on the box. "With Pleasure", said I.|
|You can see that attention paid to the product|
|All the Cakebombs are hand made to Order!|
|Mocha Bomb & Chocolate Bomb|
|Dipping the Cakebombs|
|Ernan & Diarmuid McGettigan |
with their European Championship Trophy -pic donegalpost.com
|60 years in business! Founder Michael McGettigan|
with his sons Diarmuid & Ernan
|A Traditional Christmas Pudding flamed with Brandy|
|It sounds like a lot of work but the Christmas Pudding is very easy to make!|
|The three-legged iron cooking pot known as a "Chaudiere"|
|This says 1834 but the recipe most certainly dates from before that!|
|Cooley Distillery's new 65% Poitín!|
|An old illegal Poitín Still from Donegal|
|Some of the Cooley range of Irish Whiskeys|
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