There are over 3,000 known pear varieties grown around the world, each with a distinctive character, texture, and flavor. The most popular and recognizable pears are the yellow Bartlett, with a true pear shape, followed by the elegant, egg-shaped Anjou, (also called…Continue
In every issue of ISLE magazine, we feature Irish made and designed products.
In our Premier Issue which went live in September 2012, we did a big feature on Ceardlann, the craft village in Spiddal, County Galway. You can read that issue in our archive on our our website. Above and just below are…Continue
We cannot believe that Christmas is a mere 5 months away and so for this post we asked our Founder, Lisa McGee to put together a list of her top 10 Irish Food & Drink…Continue
Members might like to experience three takes on the Irish food experience by joining chef Noel McMeel and cookbook authors Judith McLaughlin and Margaret Johnson at the prestigious James Beard House in New York. Mark your calendars for May 29! Check the menu and make reservations at…Continue
Added by The Irish Store on March 6, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
by Niall McArdle
Today is the eve of Lent, and I wrote a little blog post here about traditional Irish crepes. There is a link to an Irish Times article giving some pancake cooking tips, and a nice video showing you how to make the perfect crepe.
Added by Niall McArdle on March 4, 2014 at 1:11pm — No Comments
Ryan O'Rourke recently brought up the subject of coffee. That got me thinking about Tea. There is a lot of it consumed in Ireland In fact, Ireland is ranked #3 behind The United Arab Emirates (#1) & Morroco(#2).
Historically, Tea is a rather young beverage in Ireland…Continue