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The Krazi Baker’s Soda Bread

The Krazi Baker, Mark Douglas, bakes at markets across Northern Ireland and beyond. He shows us how to make a Northern Irish favourite - soda bread.

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Hughes Craft Distillery was established in 2010 by husband and wife Stuart and Barbara Hughes. Starting from their Kitchen at home they were the first small-batch spirits producer in Northern Ireland much ahead of the thriving craft spirits movement we have today.


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Hughes Craft Distillery was established in 2010 by husband and wife Stuart and Barbara Hughes. Starting from their Kitchen at home they were the first small-batch spirits producer in Northern Ireland much ahead of the thriving craft spirits movement we have today.


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Around Northern Ireland in 80 Minutes

We’ve calculated that to eat your way around the food and drink showcased at the Taste NI Festival would be a 350+ mile trip. But with the average time of a visit lasting about 1.5 hours, visitors can– quite literally – eat their way around NI in approx. 80 mins. 

Carrot and Feta Burgers

Step up your veggie burger game with these cumin-spiced carrot, lentil and feta patties, served with marinated onion and creamy tzatziki. Not only are they high in protein and one of your five a day, but serving them bun-less makes them the perfect option for a lighter midweek meal

Leek, Potato and Rosemary Soup

Nothing beats a warming bowl of soup on a cold day. It’s the perfect winter warmer. And this classic, creamy leek and potato soup recipe is served with crisp shards of prosciutto that gives it an extra savoury depth of flavour.

Froyo Goodness Bars

Treat time inspiration from Dale Farm with Froyo Goodness Bars! Check out the recipe for this delicious, healthy treat using Dale Farm Pots of Goodness Greek style yogurt that everyone will enjoy.

Tea-Infused Moroccan Lamb and Prune Tagine

Learn how to make this classic Moroccan dish straight from the heart of Marrakech. This lamb tagine is full of North African flavours and is slowly cooked with sweet prunes, fragrant Ceylon tea and almonds. Serve this hearty tagine with some fluffy cous cous.

Earl Grey Panna Cotta

Add a touch of sophistication to your panna cotta with this quintessential British twist on the smooth and velvety dessert. This impressive-looking dessert is simple to make and can be prepared a day before if you’re entertaining dinner guests.

Ham Sushi

Fussy eaters will love this fun twist on a sandwich and these ham 'sushi' make perfect lunchbox snacks. Instead of ham and cucumber, you could use cheese and celery instead.

Super Fruit Oat Cookies

Packed with delicious dried fruit, these scrumptious cookies are perfect snacks for both kids and adults. Once baked, they can be frozen for up to 3 months so stock up the freezer and you’ll always have a lunchbox treat on hand.

Courgette and Carrot Bread

This delicious loaf is full of goodness thanks to the addition of grated courgettes and carrots, as well as rich mature cheddar and spicy paprika. It’s a great way to get your kids to eat more vegetables, and is ideal for packing into a lunchbox.