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Movie Night at Home? Here are Brilliant Make-Your-Own Snacks

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Everyone enjoys a good stay-at-home night, whether it's on during weekdays, or on a weekend. And there could be plenty of reasons why we prefer to put on comfy peejays, warm socks and a hot tea and catch up with our Game of Thrones episodes (am I right?) . Now that

Dough-Not Miss this! Top Doughnut Places in Dublin

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We all love doughnuts, whether on its own or with a good coffee in Dublin. But it takes a great baker to create a good doughnut. First, it should have a sweet aroma and nice, yeasty flavor. And then when it comes to frosting, it shouldn't be sickeningly sweet and it

Let’s S.P.L.I.T.- The Guide to Splitting the Check with Friends

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Your'e having a perfect good evening by enjoying a great dinner in Dublin with your friends. Then comes the waiter with one bill and here starts the awkward silence of splitting the check. Sounds familiar? Sure it does. Splitting the check has long lived on a fault-line of perceived maturity. We’ve all

I Want You!- Top 6 Dublin Cakes To Try

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No matter how big your meal was, there is always room for a good cake. Any must we add, they are a great addition to your freshly brewed coffee. From carrot cakes, pumpkin pies and berry tarts, coffee shops and restaurants try their best to attract hungry looking eyes to

10 Ways to Improve Your Grilling This Weekend

Every proud owner of a grill has their own secret way of barbecuing, and most don't take kindly to backseat grilling advice. They know best, their method is good, period. However, exceptions should be made when that advice comes from pitmasters who’ve devoted their entire lives to the pursuit of

I Scream for Ice-Cream! Ranelagh’s Icy Gem

Who would have ever thought that ice-cream would be selling at a vast pace during spring, autumn and even winter? Well, apparently the owners of Scoop believed that these frosty delights will sell all year round. To top it up (get it?), the little store offers a wide variety of

Dublin’s Top Places for Best Sandwiches

Whether you are a big bread fan or not, sometimes your body is craving that gigantic and succulent sandwich you saw earlier on a billboard or in the store you passed by earlier. It could be the "carb crave", the lack of protein or simply the cheese and ham that

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