Sarah Eats: Bootleggers, Belfast

Exposed walls. Check.  Drinks served in mason jars. Check. Kitchen roll on the table. Check. Three key ingredients for a hipster paradise and Bootleggers has it all. What type(s) of food would a place called Bootleggers… View Post

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Sarah Explores: HMS Caroline

When thinking about World War One, in Northern Ireland we tend to think of the Battle of the Somme. That is to be expected, with many families having personal connections to the battle. ‘The battle… View Post

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Sarah Eats: French Village

French Village has been a south Belfast staple since the early 1980s. It started off as a bakery in Stranmillis before transforming into a catering business with two café-restaurants. As a student at Queen’s University,… View Post

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Sarah Explores: Cuilcagh Mountain

Hidden in the depths of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful county is Cuilcagh Mountain. So stunning, it could easily be mistaken as part of The Lord of the Rings set. The mountain sits on the border… View Post

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Sarah Eats: BBQ Academy at Hillmount Garden Centre

Burnt sausages. Burnt burgers. Burnt fingers. I suspect this would be the extent of my BBQ cooking skills if I were to light up a grill. Well, until I attended Belfast Barbeque Academy at Hillmount… View Post

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