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The Academy For Junior Chefs

This July Aisling, our resident chef, is launching The Academy for Junior Chefs at The Village at Lyons Cookery School. This is a premier, state of the art, spacious environment for any aspiring junior chef to learn and develop their culinary skills. Food and cookery is fast becoming a dynamic force within our society and […]

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Spicy Thai Red Lentil Soup

The weather is geting frosty and I seem to be getting busier by the day so I am looking for really quick & easy lunch recipes. There is  a fab red lace dress with my name on it for Christmas so being really good for the next couple of weeks is so important. I find […]

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Kilcock Local Research Survey

Kilcock Local Research Survey October 2011 The Kilcock Integrated Services Programme (ISP) is supported by the Kildare County Development Board Plan 2009-2012 and is welcomed by the Kilcock community. The ISP will bring together key stakeholders- representatives of services provided by the state, local business, community voluntary sector groups/organisations, and local people living in Kilcock. […]

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Organic Food in Kilcock

Foodies be gladdened – Kilcock is well placed on the Good Food map of Ireland… Morrin O’Rourke Farm Foods (Farm Shop and Bakery) Kilcock’s very own Organic Farm Shop is just minutes out of the village on the way to Clane (take a right turn just about a mile from Lyons and Burton). Through the garden […]

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Berry Crumble

Chic Cuisine: Autumn Berry Crumble

Now that the cold winter nights have set in this crumble is the perfect, quick and easy homey dessert. I love making this dish as the usual constraints of necessary perfection when baking, go right out the window. The cooking apples are in season right now which makes them cheap and plentiful. Feel free to […]

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Turnips!

A Community Garden for Kilcock

The idea of a community garden involves people of the community coming together, forming a committee, acquiring a small piece of land, and then gardening that piece of land; during the seasons they share the vegetables! Thanks to Shane Brennan for the following… Any interested people should comment below and we’ll get back to you […]

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