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From the July/August issue: Summer Feasting


by IMAGE
03rd Jul 2018
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There’s something truly decadent about enjoying a full-on outdoor feast.

With the weather a little more predictable than usual this summer, the logistics of enjoying dinner banquet as the sun sets in the garden are slightly more manageable.

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Still struggling? Don’t worry, we’ve enlisted an expert team and pulled together everything you need to host the perfect al fresco feast, complete with a dreamy tablescape and menu bursting with ripe, seasonal flavour. All the simple pleasures of a long, lazy summer day spent with friends, special enough to make it all worthwhile. Bon appetit.

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Styling by Orla Neligan, cornershopproductions.squarespace.com

Photography by Liosa McNamara, @anchorbird

Recipes by Julianne Brogan, blacksheepfoods.ie

 

July/August
To read the full story and for all the recipes, check out the July/August issue of IMAGE. On sale now.