Tuesday, 11 May 2021 10:05

Where we got our name

"The Fields of Athenry" is a song written in 1979 by Pete St. John in the style of an Irish folk ballad.

Set during the Potato Famine in Ireland in the 1840s, the lyrics feature a fictional man called Michael, his wife Mary and their baby from near Athenry in County Galway, where the potato fields lay empty ... the Fields of Athenry.

Tuesday, 30 June 2020 14:34

9th Anniversary of Fire

Yesterday 29th June 2020 marked the 9th anniversary of the bakery fire. A day that changed our lives completely. Personally, emotionally, the direction of the business, and how we approach life.

We did not post this yesterday, as it is not a date that we commemorate with many of the memories still so very raw, even after so many years. 

But the day after, when the clean-up started, when we gathered ourselves and endeavoured to resume our lives – that is what is worth remembering, celebrating, and holding on to. 

And so in light of the 29th June 2020 being the day when many businesses, big and small around the country regrouped and resumed, with hope, worry and trepidation in equal measure; it seemed like a good time to share a little more of our story.

Banana Bread or Banana Cake is one of our favourites. In this blog we are giving you a selection of what we believe are the best 7 gluten free banana bread recipes. Enjoy....

Monday, 20 May 2019 15:08

Top 17 Gluten Free Cookbooks

 The top 17 gluten free cookbooks are an amazing collection of recipes, tips and advice from passionate advocates of the gluten free diet.

Monday, 13 May 2019 15:16

The Best Toasts in Ireland 2019

Gold Medal Winners. The Best Toasts in Ireland 2019

Friday, 10 May 2019 14:54

Top 21 Top Gluten Free Bloggers

 Top 21 Gluten Free Bloggers

These bloggers, authors, cooks, bakers and recipe creators are all amazing people. We`ve compiled a list with links to their sites for you so enjoy!

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Capital and other initiatives in this company are co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Enterprise Ireland under the Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020. The aim of the initiatives was to purchase assets to allow the company to increase productivity resulting in improved competitiveness, and to recruit a key manager bringing skills that are critical to future growth.