Finlough Farm Exchange

  At the beginning of September we started a farm programme with Finlough – one of our organic suppliers in Co. Roscommon. Every week we send down one of our chefs who spends a few days learning about the soil, weeding, how to trim plants properly,  how to weed properly, how to harvest correctly, how […]

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Japanese Knotweed

Japanese knotweed (Fallopia Japonica) is an invasive alien. A pest. Feared by most gardeners or land owners, its root system is so aggressive that it dominates and eventually kills pretty much all other herbaceous life around it over the course of a few years. The root system is made up of incredibly hardy rhizomes that […]

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SignA

SignA is the culmination of a few years of creative input from Stefano Schiavocampo & Massi Galli, with Rossa Cassidy and Brian O’Shea pulled in for live shows. Stefano has been working with us for over 7 years, since we were selling Pizzella and steak sandwiches at festivals to when we opened The Fumbally three […]

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THE FUMBALLY STABLES

  CHECK IT OUT…   www.thefumballystables.ie  

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Drinks – Fermenting, Pressing, Milking

The new kitchen in The Stables has opened up so many doors for us – more space, more room to play, experiment and explore and a definite freedom of not being restricted by the busy-ness of the cafe. One of the first things we did with the new kitchen was to start making all our […]

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HIRING

  We are looking for someone to join the kitchen team in January. As our kitchen doesn’t follow the traditional head chef – sous chef structure you should be capable of ALL aspects of the kitchen. From creation of dishes and flavour pairing to prep systems, fridge management, stock & ordering and connecting with customers […]

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YOGA & PILATES

We have been renovating a beautiful 19th century building next to us on Fumbally Lane – The Fumbally Stables … a project that will soon be coming to fruition and will be the birth of many interesting and worthwhile projects in food and coffee. But the space has loads to offer and so will be used […]

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Dillisk

One of the hardest things to do is to let good people go. But when you know that what they are leaving for is greater than what they would be staying for it makes it a little easier. Jasper & Katie have both left their mark in the Fumbally and have gone on to create […]

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Italian Influence

Jeanette Lowe’s Pepe’s is currently sitting proud on the stage.         The iconic neon sign of the now closed Pepes restaurant in Stoneybatter being somewhat ironic on display in another cafe. We love it.   Lowe is currently exhibiting in the Charlemont st. flats as part of PhotoIreland 2014.   www.jeanettelowe.ie

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Drop Everything

  There is something so fundamentally  right about cooking over fire outdoors. Mary Nally asked us to cook at this year’s Drop Everything festival on Inis Oirr and it was breakfast that beckoned. We wanted to do something that acknowledged the island and perhaps a nod to a time gone by. With the lost cooking […]

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