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St. Patrick’s Day Festival ~ Trafalgar Square

On Sunday 13th March I headed over to Trafalgar Square for the St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival. The sun was shining and the skies were perfectly blue as people poured into the square. I was with Irish chef John Relihan where he served up the most amazing food, Irish Beef Stew and Pulled Pork with slaw and

11 Mar 2016
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Turf Sauce review from Skinny Doll

Thanks to this lovely lady over at the Skinny Doll blog for her Turf Sauce review where she gives the low down on flavour and Weight Watcher SmartPoints!

16 Feb 2016
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Murphy’s Irish Stout Website Mention

Huge thanks to the lovely people over at www.murphys.com Absolutely delighted to get a lovely mention of our Turf Sauce! Click here to read more.

03 Sep 2015
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Lovely Blog Post ~ Gary Hanrahan

Thanks to Gary for the lovely blog post about how Turf Sauce was inspired by my childhood in the Midlands. Gary writes a great blog on Irish food and drink. Click here to read more

16 Jul 2015
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The Anton Savage Show

I had a great time this morning on the Anton Savage show with the lovely Jimmy Allen from De Roiste talking all things Turf, SuperValu, Food Academy and those Dragons! To listen click here.

11 Jun 2015
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Turf Sauce @ Christmas

We all know the usual suspects on the menu this Christmas, everything from Smoked Salmon, Turkey, Brussels Sprouts, Baked Ham, Stuffing and Nut Roasts will take their place at the table……..

20 Dec 2014
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Kitty O'Byrnes Turf Sauce

A small part of something BIG!

Some 7 months ago, I joined a group of Artisan Producers on the Food Academy (a collaborative initiative between Local Enterprise Offices, Bord Bia and SuperValu). Through a number of informative workshops and 1-2-1 mentoring, we were given the skills to develop our business further by focusing on key elements such as pricing, packaging and

22 Sep 2014
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For the love of Butter

One of my earliest food memories is a bowl of freshly cooked carrots, melting butter sneaking its way through the bright orange discs. I am sure my love affair with butter began right there and then and I have been butterly faithful ever since. I have fond memories of Granny McCormack, sleeves rolled up as

19 Jul 2013
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Fond Memories of Turf

Fond memories of Turf You might think that Turf is an odd name to give a sauce. Yes, I’ll agree with you it is but for me it totally fits. This tangy multi-purpose sauce is a real kitchen gem. An Irish brown, sweet and tangy in flavour, it blends perfectly with meats, a perfect partner

05 Apr 2013
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Kitty 0'Byrnes by Kitty O'Byrnes