Turkey! 🦃 It’s got more protein per gram than chicken, pork or beef - and way tastier than whey. Pick up our mince turkey salad on your way home from the gym tonight.
Tuesday Greens. *smashed fresh avocados, chilli, red onion, lime juice and all the good spices*
Last month I was asked to document #dkconnemaraoysters
Such an amazing experience seeing these oysters being taken from the sea in one of the most magical landscapes.
Spotted along the canal..
it’s been a couple of months, but i’m back in the studio for three weeks, then trying out a new irish dancing school when i am back in dublin from a quick trip to seattle in september (i am also going to start a burlesque class as well!!) dancing is, to me, the best form of exercise because it doesn’t feel like you’re working out. (And this lady who gets bored very quickly needs fun instead of treadmill stuff 💁🏻♀️) 👯♀️
When you need a place to unwind, there's no better a place to get lost in thought than the park. Not the pubs crammed with people, not the street with its narrow, dirty pavements overhanging the traffic, not the noisy restaurants, not the sweltering buses, not the cafés ready to pour today's cuppa, not the cinemas with numbered seats. All those things come after. But first, the park. In Dun Laoghaire, it's the People's Park.
The things you do when you go for a walk...
'A Wander Through Fields And Over Mountains' - acrylic on canvas (painting size:H70xW90cm). Available, pm for details #artpainting #contemporaryart
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Rigging of the authentic replica ‘Dunbrody’ ship launched in 2001 on completion of a six year construction project by the JFK Trust in New Ross, County Wexford. The history behind this project is fascinating. Patrick Kennedy left this small town in South-East Ireland in 1848 to escape a devastating famine that took the lives of over 1 million Irish people. He was one of a further 1 million who emigrated, mostly to America, Canada, and Australia. His great-grandson, John F. Kennedy became President of the United States of America. The original Dunbrody Famine Ship, as it was known, was commissioned by William Graves & Son, a local merchant family, and built in Quebec, Canada in 1845. Designed as a cargo ship, it was soon fitted out with bunks to carry up to 300 destitute passengers on each outward voyage, escaping starvation in Ireland. The Dunbrody gained a reputation as one of the best ships for this desperate journey. Mortality rates were low due to the humanity and care of her Captains John Baldwin and John Williams. This replica ship is now moored at the New Ross quayside where it houses ‘The Irish Emigrant Experience’ and the ‘Irish Emigration Data Base’, a comprehensive record of those who emigrated to the U.S. and their experiences in those dark days. In a bright modern Ireland, this is a fabulous historical exhibition and I highly recommend its inclusion in any travel itinerary.