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I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

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Gallaghers Boxty House, Dublin

Gallagher's Boxty House is the true home of Traditional Irish Food. Based in the heart of bustling Temple Bar, Dublin, we have been serving the finest Irish cuisine since 1988 Come along and enjoy our Stews, Coddles, Steaks and much more!

Reviews for Gallaghers Boxty House

Outstanding food and not just for tourists

reviewed by: royohanlonon Gallaghers Boxty House 10 February 2012

I have eaten here many times, with friends and on my own. As a lone diner great set-up, ended up chatting with a lovely american couple. Food is outstanding - biggest difficulty is making a choice, had to go back a few times the ... Read more...

royohanlon would recommend.royohanlon would use again.

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Boxty

reviewed by: stellabeon Gallaghers Boxty House 08 July 2011

freshly made good Irish food and you cant beat the three course meal menu for 28 quid Read more...

stellabe would not recommend.stellabe would not use again.

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Excellent trad food

reviewed by: bryanbmon Gallaghers Boxty House 01 July 2011

if you want to try freshly made good Irish food this is a must,the three course meal menu for 28 quid is worth a punt and offers excellent value Read more...

bryanbm would not recommend.bryanbm would not use again.

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Guinness pie

reviewed by: samson27on Gallaghers Boxty House 01 July 2011

Their beef and guinness pie is just divine!! Real Oirish atmosphere and beautiful pints of the black stuff Read more...

samson27 would not recommend.samson27 would not use again.

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Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.

Food & Drink - Independent.ie

Food & Drink

I recently bought some Drumlin cheese at our local farmers' market and it is divine, as always. I've been enjoying it for breakfast most mornings on toasted sourdough - such a delicious way to start the day. Drumlin is a raw cow's milk cheese made by the people at Corleggy Cheeses. Corleggy was started in Cavan in 1985 by Silke Cropp, using milk from her goats. These days, Corleggy makes a number of different award-winning cheeses. Corleggy itself is a hard goat's cheese; there is also a smoked version. Drumlin comes in a number of different varieties, including smoked, garlic and even seaweed. Quivvy is a fabulous cheese. It's a goat's cheese that's only available during the summer months. Quivvy is preserved in Greek kalamata olive oil with sun-dried tomatoes. It would make a perfect addition to a simple salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and some lemon juice. Corleggy cheeses are available at food shops, delis and farmers' markets across the country.