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  • Martin Dunne on CurraghaunHi me again does anyone know if the Cunniffes living in Curraghaun and Carrontomush were related? Lewis Keating lived in...
  • milltown heritage on CurraghaunThanks Martin for your message. For more information check out the following link: https://places.galwaylibrary.ie/place/22758 where it states Curraghaun is in...
  • Jo Kelly on My Grandad’s FarmSounds like the farm I grew up on, well said
  • Jo Kelly on Traditional Brown BreadThanks for sharing your story, I am feeling hungry now thinking of your granny Mary’s lovely brown bread
  • Jo Kelly on My Granny’s Serving PlateMy mam had a plate like that also when we were growing up. Love your story
  • Jo Kelly on Potato FarmA Great story, it takes me back to when I was a lot younger Well done Andrew and Adam
  • Liping on Food in the BogA day in the bog is always very hard work. This article makes me smile. Life can be still interesting...
  • Noel on Food Long AgoCool story. Never heard of crubeens before. The next time somebody asks me "what is a traditional Irish food?", I...
  • margaret mary dolphin on St Patrick’s Church, BallyglassTHE ORIGINAL ALTAR IN THE CHURCH WAS PRESENTED BY PETER HUBERT DOLPHIN DANESFORT LOUGHREA CO GALWAY
  • Kieran on Potato and Beetroot SoupA very interesting recipe.
  • Tommy on Wholemeal sconesThese look very tasty indeed. Perfect with a big mug of tea.
  • Pat on How to make ColcannonThis looks and sounds delicious! Potatoes are my favourite food.
  • Alan on Stories from the Landscape – Frank GlynnLoved the old film footage in this. It would be great if some more film archives on Milltown could be...
  • Bridie Connolly on Stories from the Landscape – Frank Glynnreally good most enjoyable
  • Frances Murphy on My grandmother and a china tea setHi Patsy. Thanks for your comments. The tea set was bought in 1933. Unfortunately there's one cup missing but maybe...
  • Tina Tolan Prendergast on Stop watch brown breadWell Dara, you could be a baker yet with that special recipe. I would definitely buy some of your "Stop...
  • Patsy Healy on My grandmother and a china tea setWhat a beautiful story, thanks for sharing it Francis. What year was the tea set bought exactly and any breakages?...
  • Clare Lowery on Raring Chickens on the FarmMy dad still has hens at his house. It is lovely to see them scratching around the grass. Sometimes he...
  • Clare Lowery on The Old DresserThanks for telling us about the dresser. I discovered one in an old shed that I think belonged to my...
  • Liping Xu on The Old DresserThis story reflects alot of history. I liked how you described a dresser in detail as I can now visualise...
  • Liping Xu on Granny’s Potato CakesSounds very interesting!!! I definitely will try to make this potato cake someday. Easy to make. This will make me...
  • Sandra on Food in the BogGreat story bringing us back to our past, well done to all
  • John on Brown BreadThis looks AWESOME. Great timing for me to take to my friend's house this coming weekend. Thanks a million- all...
  • hazel on The Wedding MenuLoved this work, well done. I was telling my mum about your story and she told me when she and...
  • hazel on Travelling ShopGreat to see Emma that you are keeping the story of the travelling shop alive - wouldn't your great grandparents...
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