Whether you love them or hate them there’s always some alternative way to cook the festive vegetable that is the brussels sprout. Live It Experience It member, Chef Rob Curley from the Slemish Market Supper Club, has provided us with a few alternatives for this seasonal vegetable.
‘Time Out’ features Gladys Smyth OBE, owner of Largy Coastal Apartments in Carnlough, Co Antrim. Find out what inspired this former Director of Nursing to turn her attention to the tourism sector.
Over the next four days The Atlantic Sessions are taking place with over 60 of our finest musicians performing live in venues in Portstewart, Portrush and Portballintrae. Live It Experience It has a look at what’s taking place over the next few days. (more…)
TOURISM led businesses have joined forces to promote rural vacations in Tyrone. The county is a great place to stay, is a great place for food and drink and is a place where there is a wealth of activities to keep our visitors enjoying our natural surroundings.
THERE’S one man on our North Coast who knows the history of our coast only too well and tomorrow, on October 19, he’s heading to America with Tourism Ireland for a gathering of the clans and to tell the stories of the people of our shores. (more…)
RICHHILL Apple Harvest Fayre is back for a fourth year with a celebration of County Armagh’s home grown produce which will include food demonstrations from Ireland’s Good Food Ambassador, Jenny Bristow. (more…)
THIS year, Live It Experience It was a tourism partner for the Vauxhall International North West 200. This was a huge honour for us and fantastic to work with such a dedicated man as Mervyn Whyte MBE. We are delighted to hear Mervyn is staying at the helm for the 2018 race. Here’s a story put out by the club this morning: (more…)
TWO surfing brothers who are making waves around the world by manufacturing 100 per cent recyclable surfboards have just taken their work to a whole new level by working with Jaguar Land Rover in its ‘Waste To Wave’ project.
WHO would have thought that a Northern Irish chef working in Switzerland over 25 years ago would later create a festival here because he discovered he could cook and eat oysters farmed in Northern Ireland in Switzerland– but couldn’t get them here. (more…)