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Congratulation, looks great!! and HAPPY NEW YEAR
Thanks Pato, it’s an early draft but you get the gist. And a happy new year to you too
Hi Aoife, Well done! It’s a great blog and really like the name, good luck with it and have fun at the cookery school x
Thanks Nic, it’s an early draft visually but looking forward to seeing how it shapes up. And to cooking you some of the results! Ax
Hi Aoife, I’ve just managed to get my act together tonight to check out your site and I have to say I’m suitably impressed. It looks great, the recipes are fantastic and I LOVE the way you write. You’ve definitely got a flair for it girl. Well done. I’m so proud of you. I hope the cookery school is going well for you. I’ll be putting dibs in for a home cooked meal once you’re done. Best of luck honey. Jen x
You’re so getting a home-cooked meal Jen. In fact, you might be getting some lovely leftovers if I get to bring much home from the school! x
I’ve just discovered the blog tonight and am really enjoying it. You have a great writing style-accessible and entertaining. Thanks, Mark.
Great, delighted you enjoyed the read Mark! It’s been fun to write up the course, which has been brilliant too!
Looks great, reads great but boy is it hard to read! Small font and white on black makes for strained eyes and a quicker escape than I’d like. Keep it coming but do consider at least changing to black on white.
Thanks for the feedback Alan. I do need to look at the aesthetics of the site again, will keep your point in mind. All the best, Aoife
Congratulations on creating such a tasty site. Wishing you continued success.
Thanks Michael, do stop by again!
Interactive Cooking Class and Three Course Lunch for €48 at Indian Brasserie (Value €121)
hi Aoife – lovely blog! Great to see you at Padraig’s great Dram Soc do last night.
Drop me an email, and let’s compare blogs. Would love to hear what you think of VULGO,
and might have a few ideas for you too. Well done. Talk soon X D
Hello Aoife , Do you have any recommendations for an Indian restaurant in Dublins fair city centre ? Last time I had a curry in Dublin was at Jaipur on Georges street (about 7/8 years ago) which was pretty good but looking at their website they appear to have multiplied .. That kinda puts me off – But perhaps mistakenly so?
We don’t mind travelling outward towards Ranelagh/Rathmines etc.
We’re already taking your advice on the Westland row pizzeria for pizza on Monday night (either that or Town B&G OR Il Primo?) and have decided a great curry on Sunday evening is whats called for.
Actually Jaipur in town is still pretty good – it’s been awhile since I’ve eaten there but they maintain good standards, even with so many outposts! Their sister restaurant Ananda in Dundrum is excellent, if you can get over eating in a shopping centre (take the side entrance for minimal impact!) and Chakra in Greystones (owned by same people) is lovely if you’re ever out that way. I also love Mantraa on Baggot Street (just down the street from Toners pub), cheap and cheerful but very very tasty, and friendly staff too. They have a second restaurant in Rathfarnham, Indian Brasserie. Hope that helps, and thanks for stopping by!
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