The bulk of this journey I have found myself in Ireland. Perhaps it was the comfort I took in familiar views, Ireland reminding me of the hills of home. Perhaps it was the friendliness of strangers met in Ireland, the hospitality shared and the endless amounts of craic (good times) to be found. The ancient… Continue reading More than just Guinness & Cabbage….
For a mainly rural area of quaint villages and hillside farms often referred to as the "poor man's Cotswolds", in the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire region in England, the range of artisan foods and the high quality of such is exciting. And that includes some of England's finest roasted coffee ! Peter James spent many years wielding a chefs… Continue reading Cupping Joe
One of the wonderful friends I've met while here in Slane is Eamon. A tall, strapping, football loving Irishman, who's family has lived on the Hill of Slane in the shadow of the historic ruins since the 1930's. Growing up running the hills with other village boys, battling with wooden swords among the stone walls, throwing… Continue reading Brown Bread on The Hill