Rob Cross writes:
My restored and colourised 1925 photo taken by the famous Irish Jesuit priest/photographer Fr Francis Browne featuring the collecting of the milk churns in Cheeverstown, Templeogue, County Dublin…
Top pic via South Dublin County Libraries
Joe Lynch with the ‘essentials’ (bread, milk, Tayto) in Crumlin village, Dublin.
Katie Mills writes:
How do you spot an Irish man in a blizzard?
Further to calls for an increase in the price of milk.
Why does Irish milk bought in ireland go sour within a couple of days of purchase? If you buy milk in Germany, for instance, the milk will still be usable after five days in the fridge. Irish milk has bits in it before its sell by date. WHY?
Farmers call on Phil Hogan to increase milk price (RTÉ)
What fresh, fruit flavoured madness is this?