Hello my lovelies! It has been quite a while since I wrote a post here, I've been incredibly busy and in demand, it's not easy being me. In fact, last time I wrote a blog post was during Hurricane Ophelia in October and I've been struggling to know how to begin again. Winter was tough … Continue reading The Beast from the East: Storming back to life
There's a fresher air in Dublin this week as late summer breezes by and autumn blows in. My summer of discontent has been and gone and much like the changing of the seasons, my life has shifted in to a brand new phase. It's been an arduous summer here at Fiona Grows Food, plagued with … Continue reading I dig therefore I am
There's something strange afoot in Ireland the past week. The temperature's soarin', the sun's a blarin', the skin's a burnin', the shorts are shortenin', the freckles are spreadin', the barbecues burnin', the beer gardens hoppin' and the thunder's a clappin'; somewhere there's probably maids a milkin', pipers pipin' and lords a leapin' and there were … Continue reading Why Food Mattered with GIY at Bloom
Bloom festival has been and gone, the gardens dismantled, the stalls removed, the park cleaned up and the buzz dying down. We'll just have to wait until next year for it's return. For those of us who are feeling a bit deflated, sad, show-garden deprived, here are a few upcoming Irish Garden events in June … Continue reading Post Bloom Blues? Here’s some upcoming events to keep them at bay.
This week, I'm taking a bit of a change of tack from my usual How To Tuesdays to tell you about my amazing weekend at Bloom. I've been on little bit of a blogging hiatus the past week due to a redesign of the blog itself and of course, a busy weekend, volunteering at Irelands … Continue reading A Blooming Great Day in the Park