We have a fabulous Fermentation workshop coming up at the market with the wonderful Terri Ann of River Run Homestead. Terri is a food fermentation expert. When it comes kraut, kombuchas, pickles, sourdoughs and more, she is fearless and fun! And on Saturday, March 30th between 10am-13pm you will have a chance to learn the… Read More
The best organic farmer’s market food event of the year! The SuperNatural Food’s Christmas Market. Join us for FREE mince pies, mulled wine, our grand raffle for customers and the dulcet and very merry tones of the West Wicklow Voices Choir for The Peter McVerry Trust at 11 am. We can’t wait to see you!… Read More
Christmas in Dublin is truly well underway. Dublin city centre looks amazing with the winter lights and the special DCC festival of lights lighting up all the landmark buildings and streets. Our weekly market kicked off the best December yet with a wonderful The Cool Food School children’s healthy eating workshop making yummy Santa’s snacks that will… Read More
This is the label of an organic wine producer, one of thousands. Whether you want bubbles, pink bubbles, rosé, white or red or whether you fancy trying the soils and vines of Europe or beyond of the New World wines, no matter grape, no matter region – for every average bottle produced commercially (you may… Read More
Delicious wines, handcrafted, organically grown and some made with low or sulphite free, plus a huge range to taste and discover – it’s vinotherapy at the market! This Saturday and every second week until Dec 15th (so you can start to think about putting your Christmas cellar together) Seamus Daly from Quintessential Wines is joining us to… Read More
Halloween fun for kids at the market this weekend – pumpkins are not just for carving!
A pea, a stick, a piece of cloth, a small coin (originally a silver sixpence) and a ring. Each item, when received in the slice, carried a meaning to the person concerned
Not sure what to do with an ingredient – we love to give you the recipe. This delicious cake features spelt flour. The salad is a novel way to serve up lettuce. Check out our recipes page.
The idea of cooking lettuce may seem strange but hold your nerve and you will be enchanted with the result. You can char the leaves on a griddle pan or on a barbeque. A nice stiff, crunchy variety like cos works best or go for the delightfully tangy bite of chicory leaves if you prefer… Read More
This light as air cake made with wholemeal flour and the health and beauty enhancing goodness of spelt and almonds is a real treat.