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Social Pics: Launch of Finn’s World Cookbook At Fumbally Stables


by Aoife Loughnane
02nd May 2017
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Finn’s World: Do What You Love, Love What You Eat, the new cookbook from surfing coeliac chef Finn N? Fhaoil?in, was launched by Gill Books at Fumbally Stables, Dublin 8.

Finn’s food journey began when she was diagnosed as a coeliac in college. She soon set about recreating all her favourite recipes without gluten, eventually leading her to put together her first cookbook with Gill Books. In Finn’s World there are over 100 delicious and nourishing recipes, including Moroccan Surfer’s Breakfast, Disco Barbie Beetroot Soup, I Can’t Believe it’s Not Cardboard Thick Crust Pizza, and Elderflower and Redcurrant Muffins – all gluten-free.

From where you live to what you do; from how you exercise to what you eat – Finn has discovered that it’s all about balance and choosing the life that you want to lead. After a stint in Dublin she quickly realised that she needed to be by the sea to feel happy and balanced and home for now is Bundoran where she can successfully? balance her food business with surfing and good times with fantastic like-minded friends and entrepreneurs.

 

Photos: Brain McEvoy

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