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‘Of Land & Sea’  is a series of festive pop up dinners in the Royal Hibernian Gallery, Ely Square, Dublin 2 organised by Native Spaces, a culinary collective working with small scale producers.

‘Of Land & Sea’  promises a feast of “gastronomy and mixology fit for Dublin’s food lovers and craft beverage enthusiasts” over two nights this Xmas.

Fancy going for NOTHING?

Michael Reddy, of Native Spaces, writes:

The core theme of ‘Of Land & Sea’ is to support local, craft and artisan producers by presenting their produce in new and exciting pairings.

The menu will be designed by chef Kevin Murphy (Idas Dingle) and Pieter Reid (Native Blenders).

This intimate dining experience will be presented over two evenings from December 14-15th.

Tickets can be purchased individually or as a group (30 people max).

Tickets are priced at €50 (excluding ticket service charge) each which includes a complimentary welcome drink in addition to the 3 course meal with 3 craft beverages paired to each course.

Native Spaces have a pair of FREE tickets for a Broadsheet reader and a guest to dine on either night.

Do you know someone who could use a night out?

To enter, please complete this sentence.

‘I will be taking____________________________[name of friend/relative], who richly deserves a slap-up meal, particularly this year owing to__________________________________’

Lines MUST close at 9.45pm MIDNIGHT!

‘Of Land & Sea’- A Christmas Series @ Coppa Cafe in the RHA Gallery (*EventBrite)

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish-made Stocking Fillers’. NO fee.

High Time.

The weekly show featuring simple food cleverly cooked.

Matt writes:

Our video this week is Spicy Thricey Fries! Spicy Fries that have been cooked three times! Simple but the results are mega…

We’re having great fun doing these videos and the response is fantastic so far. Suggestions welcome below…

High Time

Previously: The Best Club Sandwich In Ireland

Excerpts from a shoot for Scandi cookware brand Eva by Copenhagen based photographer Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj.

The premise being that the cookware is just as important an ‘ingredient’ as the food.

Full series here.

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