October 31, 2014 in New blogs
A Bit More Veg is a vegetarian food blog by someone who isn’t vegetarian but who wants to eat more healthily and who also enjoys the challenge of coming up with tasty vegetarian meals.
Beer Food Travel does what it says on the tin: it’s a mix of beer, food and travel!
Brews International is about beer and all things beer related, including food matching, and is run by Aidan Sweeney, an accredited beer sommelier and certified beer server.
Clean Cuisine is a recipes and reviews forum for clean eating enthusiasts that encourages creativity for any clean eating lifestyle.
Carmel has a great passion for food, wine and craft beer. She owns three restaurants and blogs all about food at Corrigan Says.
Crumbs of Rain is a Dublin-based blog about good food and coffee and everything in between, with a pinch of Finnish flair.
Dublin Cookery School has started its own blog, DCS Diaries.
Emma Rose is about the love of all things food related.
Foodie in Dublin was born from a passion for the city of Dublin and a passion for food. After almost two years in this wonderful city, Sofia has visited over 50 restaurants, brunch places and cafés and is always surprised by the discoveries she makes.
Gourmet Grazing is your gourmet guide to Dublin, bringing you all the latest in food news, recipes, reviews and more.
Kate’s Kabin is a mish mash of Kate’s true loves: food, wine and travel around Dublin city and beyond.
Anne is an amateur baker who only recently discovered the joys of baking and blogging at Keep Calm and Carrying on Baking.
My Lunchbox is packed with lunch ideas.
At My Toddler Cooks you will find lots of ways to have fun learning in the kitchen and always have something tasty to reward yourself with afterwards.
Pound of Butter shares Tracy’s personal favourites and her journey to Ballymaloe Cookery School.
Rocket Queen shares really delicious, super healthy vegetarian food with the world.
Joanna just moved back home from San Francisco and has started the 12-week cookery course at Ballymaloe, which she’s blogging about at Some Like It Hot.
Leena recently started a 365 cakes in 365 days challenge at The Cat Hairy Baker.
The Food Factory is a space to share all kind of bakeries, coffees, restaurants, food markets, food festivals and any other activity that includes food.
The Search for Delicious is dedicated to Bridget’s search for all things delicious, including her own recipes, others’ recipes and treats that you can buy, inspired by her experiences on the Great Irish Bake Off 2013.
Thyme to Eat includes a variety of recipes for everyone, including Paleo and gluten-free folks.