Archive for September, 2010
Dungarvan has a new Coeliac Support Group. The first meeting was earlier this week at Nude Food in O’Connell Street, Dungarvan.
It is hoped that future meetings will be on a monthly basis and the plan is to invite guest speakers and cover a range of topics of interest to Coeliacs. If it gets the support it deserves, this new group will be a great asset to the growing number of people in West Waterford who have been diagnosed with Coeliac disease.
We’ll be posting details of all future meetings on this website, but in the meantime if you need any further information about the Dungarvan group contact Nicky on 087 1420 374
The Coeliac Society of Ireland has a great website which is well worth a visit www.coeliac.ie
We are pleased to announce the return of Moynihan’s Dungarvan honey after a break of some months. Many of Michael’s bees succumbed to last year’s bad Summer so he ran out of honey earlier this year.
Now its back and as lovely as ever. The good news is that the bees had a good summer this year and a number of hives have been restocked. It looks like we should have continuity of supply right through into next year.
Its National Organic Week from 13th to 19th September. We think that Organic food is something to celebrate, so we always try to do something special.
This year we’re running a FREE draw for a hamper full full of organic goodies. There’s a bit of everything included from soft drinks & snacks to an organic breakfast of porridge oats & even an organic cuppa.
It couldn’t be easier to enter - just come in store & fill out an entry form. The competition closes at 5.30pm on Saturday 18th September & the winner will be drawn from the hat on Monday 20th. Good Luck!
Move over Levi Roots, because “Bad Boy” Carribean sauces are here.
This great range of sauces are all locally made in Tramore by Jennylynd James (aka Lyndi). Lyndi has worked so hard to develop her range and then get them out to the public via farmers’ markets in recent years. Now the hard work has begun to pay off and she recently won on Dragon’s Den.
The range is extensive; from things you’d expect, such as a Sweet Chilli Sauce and a classic Jamaican Jerk Sauce, to the more unusual, like Banana Ketchup! The Mild Curry Sauce is really fruity and goes great with veg or chicken – but watch out for the Hot Pepper Sauce, its a real bad boy and definitely not for the faint hearted.
Every thing’s under €3.00, so they’re really good value too.