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Back to School Banana Porridge Bites

Bake at 180C/ GM4 until golden view more

Well how did you all cope? We've had tears and recriminations but this was from the child heading into Ranga 5. Nipper 3.0 sailed into Naíonán Bheaga gan stró ar bith uirthi. So that's it all my children are now "in the system" Our job now is feeding and watering and damage limitation (especially as Nipper 2.0 is in communion year.) I've really noticed in the last couple of years, where I have been with them in the afternoons, that the boys EAT ALL THE TIME. I thought this was some sort of gender stereotyping but so far, so true, the older boy in particular. We feed them porridge everyday. They have a full on lunch ...

The little things bring it: Cannellini Bean and Bacon Soup

Cannelin Bean and Bacon Soup view more

Serendipity. Sometimes the little things bring it. Rocking up to my local Supervalu to restock after two weeks holidays and finding a new line of Batchelors tinned beans* give me a little blasht of serendipity. You take it where you can get it, right? I'm all for change but, gosh darn it, I want to be the one making the changes! When my local Superquinn switched to Supervalu I saw a few of my favourite products disappear off the shelves. Admittedly there are some new or expanded ranges but I can no more buy Doves Farm Yeast, for example. I have to schlep all the way to The Hopsack in Rathmines to pick it up. I use this ...

Filleann an Feall ar an bhFeallaire

Bust of Alan Turing at Bletchley Park view more

The recent announcement that the Turing Award had been awarded to a team that created "Eugene Goostman" got me thinking for my most recent article for Beo.ie. Beo.ie is currently seeking the assistance of its readership and supporters of independent minority language media. It is among a raft of Irish Language organisations that have had their funding withdrawn by Foras na Gaeilge in 2014, many of which have since closed their doors including my former place of work, Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge which was founded in the 1940s. Beo.ie is a vital part of the international Irish language community media since 2001, ...