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Keeping the lights on – Part 2

Keeping the lights on – Part 2

It’s imperative, now more than ever, to keep the local businesses thriving during lockdown.  In light of current restrictions, it’s even more important for people to stay within their 5km region. Luckily…

Spooky Halloween recipes

Spooky Halloween recipes

Hosting a Halloween party this year, or just want to get creative with your trick-or-treat snacks? The Liberty tried and tested some spooky treats for our readers to make at…

‘Feast’ your eyes on fine food and art

‘Feast’ your eyes on fine food and art

Located at the edge of the Liberties, Feast is a modern Michelin recommended restaurant on a quiet corner close to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Originally located in Dún Laoghaire, Feast recently…

Passion 4 food- Free food to those in need twice a week

Passion 4 food- Free food to those in need twice a week

  Passion 4 food, a restaurant which is is reaching out to Dublin’s homeless community with a hot meal and a sympathetic ear, is located on Camden Street, where it…

Strawberry occasion cake recipe

Strawberry occasion cake recipe

This recipe is a great one to have in your records if you are ever looking to impress or make a cake for an occasion. It is my go to…

Beer, Bratwurst and Burgundian ham

Beer, Bratwurst and Burgundian ham

                   Oktoberfest, picture by April Keogh Oktoberfest is an annual festival that celebrates the best of German culture. It ran in Dublin from September…

Camden Exchange Review

Camden Exchange Review

Camden Street’s newest addition opened its doors about a month ago, and I thought I’d try something different, and something different was exactly what I got.   Right in the…

Grow dome opens in Fatima

Grow dome opens in Fatima

Fatima residents are bringing community gardening into the future with a new space age ‘grow dome’. The impressive 90sq foot structure is capable of producing 1000 lettuce heads a week…

Food co-op looking for new location

Food co-op looking for new location

By Tim Shaunnessey As The Dublin Food Co-op turns 30 this year, the organization is looking for a new home while battling to stay afloat and stay true to its…

A piece of cake

A piece of cake

Saoirse Ivory chronicles the dramas of making a Black Forest gateau cake…

One man’s poison is another man’s meat

One man’s poison is another man’s meat

The recession has seen a rise in popularity of old fashioned meat cuts like chicken feet, ears and tongue. …