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Today's #ShopForIreland guide

Three delicious ways to support Irish businesses today.

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Even though we're all still practising social distancing and most of us are working from home, we still want to help support Irish food and drink producers. 

We've decided to help our readers #ShopForIreland so we'll be posting every day to highlight producers around Ireland. Get in touch on our social channels with your suggestions on who we should write about.

Craft at Home

Craft in Harold's Cross has pivoted to offer a call and collect service during the pandemic. The three-course menu is available Wednesday through Saturday from 5pm, with phone lines now open for customers to book their collection time. This week's menu includes celeriac soup, pork croquettes, panko-breaded cod and slow-cooked beef, plus there is wine available for an additional cost. To pre-order, call 01-4978632 or click here for more info.

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Moyee Coffee's buy one, gift one campaign

Founded by entrepreneurs Shane Reilly and Killian Stokes, Moyee coffee produces ethical 'FairChain' coffee, which supports African farmers. The company has committed its continued support to its farmers during the crisis, despite losing more than 90 per cent of its business due to office and foodservice closures. To help those on the frontline, Moyee has launched a buy one, gift one campaign which allows customers to purchase a one-kilogram bag of coffee and nominate someone on the frontline to receive a bag for free. The campaign isn't about Moyee making a profit, it's all about helping to stabilise supply chains for the African communities that the company works with. To find out more about the buy one, gift one campaign, click here

READ MORE: How to brew barista-style coffee at home

Firehouse Bakery

Firehouse Bakery in Delgany, County Wicklow is now offering DIY pizza boxes for customers to collect on Sundays between 1pm and 3pm. Each box costs €25 and includes four sourdough bases, mozzarella, pizza sauce, Gubbeen chorizo, salami and prosciutto, basil, semolina and cookie dough balls. By purchasing a kit, you also gain access to a YouTube video demonstrating how to make the perfect pizza. 

Firehouse is also producing a Covid-19 survival menu, which can be ordered for collection on Thursday through Sunday from 3pm until 8pm. Available dishes include loaded potato skins, chicken wings and a range of wood-fired pizzas, including our favourites: the nduja pizza and the Firehouse special. 

For more information, head to the Firehouse Bakery website now

READ MORE: Firehouse Bakery honey, walnut and blue cheese soda bread recipe

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Bbq weather may have gone but it is prefect for making pizzas at home with your family. Our DIY pizza kits are available to order all weekend from today until Sunday. Which now comes with cookie dough balls. An evening of pizza making finished off with warm just baked cookies... Bliss. Order yours through our website https://thefirehouse.ie/product/diy-family-pizza-box-additional-base/ Any issues ordering just give us a call on 0851561984 and we can help you out Our pizza kit includes 4 sourdough pizza doughs to which extra bases can be added and we will make sure you have enough toppings for any extras Grated mozzarella Our famous pizza sauce Gubbeen chorizo, and salami as well as proscuitto. If you want to swap for a veggie alternative. Not a problem just let us know Fresh basil Semolina to help with shaping A youtube video to guide you through the whole process And now each pizza kit comes with cookie dough balls all ready to be just baked #dontacceptpoorimitations #OG #family #pizza #sourdough

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