This is both hilarious and very accurate from Tadhg Hickey Watching this while drinking my coffee this morning and I nearly spat it out I was laughing so much! … [Read more...] about Loyalism Explained in the Most Cork Way
A couple of weeks ago our ads for broadband services popped up on the ring road around Carlow town: And as of yesterday we've announced that we're offering broadband services nationwide. It's fun to have a new service to offer and so far there's been quite a bit of interest in it, though how much of that will convert into actual sales is another matter entirely! I've … [Read more...] about Broadband Now Available
Peter Gabriel has recorded a new version of his hit "Biko". It's always loved that song and this version is really fantastic. The video is well worth watching: More than 25 musicians from seven countries join Gabriel for this global rendition to share a message of unity, peace, and hope, including Beninese vocalist and activist Angélique Kidjo, Silkroad’s Yo-Yo Ma, and … [Read more...] about Peter Gabriel’s Biko 2021 Version
Cooking is one of those things I do to keep myself busy. Over the past year it's become a very welcome escape, though at times I realise that I just don't have the motivation to cook and end up taking shortcuts. So yes I do order takeaway from time to time or just have something quick and easy. I've got a growing collection of cookbooks and while I've been cooking long … [Read more...] about Time to Grow my Own Ingredients?
As I said previously I planned to use the current restrictions as a time to hone my cooking skills. One cuisine that I've always liked to eat, but never been particularly good at making, is Chinese, so over the past couple of weeks I've been exploring it a little more. My sister gave me her copy of "Chinese Food Made Easy" and I also picked up a copy of Fuschia Dunlop's … [Read more...] about Asian Cooking Experiments Update