Nov Bitesize: Brother Hubbard Cookbook, The Eatyard & More

Posted November 24, 2016 in Food & Drink Features

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The Brother Hubbard Cookbook

Not satisfied with running two of the city’s most popular cafés in Capel Street’s Brother Hubbard and Harrington Street’s Sister Sadie, as well as having a hand in the healthfood delivery service Piply, Garrett Fitzgerald has now launched The Brother Hubbard Cookbook, published by Gill. Inspired by Middle Eastern and southern Mediterranean flavours, the book will have you knocking up your own shakshuka and eggs menemen in no time at all. Out now at reputable book stores.





The EatYard a new street food market right beside the Bernard Shaw in Portobello that’s inspired by their success with a similar market set-up at Bodytonic’s BeatYard and the Big Grill festivals. They’re looking to set up with a team 20 vendors in the space, on a rotating basis. Whether you’re an old hand or a novice, you can apply for a spot by getting in touch at or





Another Bodytonic venture – they’re busy boys and girls! – returns this November, with Tippletown, their festival celebrating the humble beverage, makes its home at Wigwam on Middle Abbey Street from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th November. Highlights include a Dinner in the Dark, Vice Coffee running espresso martini workshops and even a bloody ice-carving masterclass (at long last!). For more, check out or


Black Castle Drinks


The craft revolution has reached a new frontier! Black Castle Drinks are makers of Irish craft soda, soft drinks for grown-ups that work as a tasty, non-sugary alternative to alcoholic drinks, or as a flavoursome mixer for your cocktails. Black Castle are available in Avoca, Fallon & Byrne, the Teeling Distillery, Baggot Street Wine and now Supervalus. For more, go to


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