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Traditional Hallowe’en Barmbrack

Hallowe’en derives from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain which celebrated the end of the harvest and the beginning of winter. The traditional bread served on the night was Barmbrack, meaning speckled cake. Traditionally, the Barmbrack had hidden a ring, a pea, a stick, a piece of cloth and a small coin. Finding the ring…


ALONE, Jedward & The Butler’s Pantry

The Butler’s Pantry is proud to partner with ALONE, the charity that supports older people to age at home. In a first for Ireland, ALONE is the first Charity to roll out contactless collection boxes which allow people who do not carry cash to donate in lieu of the traditional method of putting coins into…


Make the perfect coffee at home

Thanks to McCabe’s Coffee for this guide to the French Press, Moka Pot, Aeropress and a general pour-over method for brewing at home. For these techniques you’ll need a scales and timer. We would also highly recommend using a grinder for better results. THE FRENCH PRESS METHOD (for this method we recommend using 55g of…

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Abernethy Butter

We are proud to support Irish artisan producers, and Abernethy butter is no exception! Made in the beautiful hills of Co. Down, this butter is made in the traditional way. This unforgettable taste and flavour is miles away from the mass produced butters so often seen in large supermarkets!


In Season Ingredients!

Irish ingredients in season this Autumn; beetroot, pears, and barley! Watch out for these mouthwatering foods in our new autumn meals and salads! In season ingredients lead to the best tasting recipes! #thebutlerspantry