New blogs

April 3, 2015 in New blogs

Bia Natural is a blog to inspire people to take control of their food choices with a large focus on local quality producers and growing your own.

Bringing Home The is a celebration of groceries.

Catherine Fulivo’s blog is about everything that’s happening with celebrity chef Catherine Fulvio’s Ballyknocken Cookery School in Wicklow.

Carmel grew up in San Francisco but is currently living in West Cork and experimenting with recipes and taking of photos of food she has created, which she shares at Cookin with Carmel.

The owner of a busy Dublin cookery school puts pen to paper at the Cooks Academy Blog.

Delalicious, created by Sinéad, a sportswoman and physiotherapist, focuses on healthy, nutritious and colourful food recipes suitable for all.

Emma likes to cook, eat, bake and read about food, and recently set up her blog, Emco Eats, to post about her baking escapades, recipes she has happened across and healthy-ish alternatives for cake lovers.

Emma lived in Italy for several years and is now based in Dublin. She writes about the food she fell in love with and lots more Italian foodstuffs at Emma Eats Italian.

Happy Healthy Hippie is a whole foods, plant-based blog showing you how to make simple, delicious veggie meals that don’t break the bank account.

Homebird is focused on Eimear’s love and support of Irish food producers, primary producers, small food businesses, authentic back-to-basics recipes and all things domestic, from crafts to cleaning.

Gary created the Ireland Home Grown blog as a resource for small Irish food and drink companies to share their experiences, lessons and ideas within the Irish food and drink industry and beyond.

Milo & Me is a healthy food-based blog focusing on Rachel’s healthy eating journey.

My Kitchen Notebook is a blog about good, substantial home cooking and baking using a lot of produce from Fionnuala’s garden and the locality.

Nufo is a vegetarian-inspired food blog with tasty recipes for the whole family and nutritional tips helping you to smile inside.

Ring the Merchant is an informative blog that curates a healthy lifestyle by exploring in depth food recipes, health, body and mind.

Saucepots is a new recipe site dedicated to providing high-quality, achievable recipes to anyone who wants to make them.

SculleryMade is a Belfast project to share recipes for home cooking, baking, brewing and curing using quality, locally sourced ingredients.

The Big Cheese is about a food enthusiast and amateur cook’s experiments (NB: not actually about cheese!).

The Delicious Food Life Co. is a humorous account of Shirley’s life as a small food producer aiming to be the next big thing…whilst staying one step ahead of the bank.

The Food of Life is a witty and informative blog for foodies about the joy of cooking and eating, all about good ingredients, good food and good company.

The Modern Exoteric is a blog based on making home cooking as simple as possible for the beginner.

Wellanicity is about journeying towards a healthy and whole life by getting back to old-fashioned cooking, which Lisa believes is the cornerstone t for improving your health.

At Wild Healthy Nutrition, Carla specialises in nutritional medicine, advocates eating whole foods by running a #30DayKickintheWhole campaign on social media and posts plant-based recipes.

Miriam is a Spanish girl living in Ireland and shares the most famous Irish and Spanish recipes so that more people can be closer to both cultures at With a Couple of Eggs.

Maggie has worked in the restaurant industry for ten years and is passionate about dining with good food, which she writes about at Woof! Dublin.

If you are an Irish or Ireland-based food blogger and would like to be added to the blogroll, please email us at with a link AND one line describing what your blog is about.

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1 response to New blogs

  1. Thanks for the great list. My wife and I will be visiting Ireland for the first time in August 2015. We have booked an eight day guided coach tour and I am eager to try as many of the traditional Irish foods as I can. I have read the recipes for various foods as well as the many comments by those who have already visited the country. My mouth is watering already.

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