These gourmet artisans are delivering tasty meats, cheeses, veg, pastries and more to Irish doorsteps
Since the start of self-isolation, there has been one constant on my mind: food.
I find myself dreaming of all the gourmet bits and bobs that made eating out so luxurious, like juicy, premium burgers or fresh cakes and Nutella donuts.
Well, we don’t always have to settle for storebrand basics. Irish artisans have started and improved their online delivery services, so we can get quality meats, cheeses, pastries and more at reasonable prices.
Here are five delicious artisans that offer speedy delivery:
Indulge in a delectable ricotta, brie or smoked cheddar. Sheridans’ online shop has meats, cheeses, wines, sauces and more.
Nationwide delivery: From €5, Tuesday – Friday.
James Whelan Butchers
The best bang for your buck, James Whelans has gorgeous cuts of meat at affordable prices.
Nationwide deliveries: €10, Monday – Friday and are guaranteed within 48 hours.
(Free delivery for orders over €100)
The Fruit People
Order a few fruit and veg products or restock with one of their selection boxes (from €30). Also, for €20, you can make a fruit box donation to frontline workers in the Mater Hospital.
Delivery: €3 or free with orders over €35.
Great for families craving a gourmet burger, BuJo is offering a “Home Meal Kit” with everything you need to make eight burgers for €40. Delivery: To counties Dublin, Louth, Meath, Kildare and Wicklow.
Here’s what’s included:
– 12 grass-fed, premium patties (for four double and four single)
– 8 brioche buns
– 250ml of housemade, BuJo burger sauce
– 12 slices of cheddar cheese
– 2 whole dill pickles in vinegar
Established by Great Irish Bake Off finalist, Shane Murray, MUD Bakery has everything you need to treat yourself this week. Our favourites include their sea salt caramel squares, lemon ricotta cakes and raspberry white chocolate blondies.
Contactless and nationwide delivery: require €20 minimum on orders.
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