Party with your neighbours for Street Feast 2018!

We’d love you to join us on Sunday 10th June for Street Feast 2018.

It’s the perfect opportunity to get to know your neighbours a bit better and celebrate your community over food, chats and great craic. What better way to kickstart the Summer?!

Growing bigger every year, over 130,000 people took part nationwide in 2017. This year (in our ninth year building stronger communities) we still can’t think of a better way to connect people than through food and conversation. We do hope you’ll join us.

Registrations to host your feast & to receive your free pack open Monday 12th March 2018 at

Spring and Summer are just around the corner and it’s time to get planning your feast. We’re looking forward to celebrating with you all soon!

Residents of  Warrenmount Place, Dubllin 8. Photo  by Allen Kiely

Residents of Warrenmount Place, Dubllin 8. Photo by Allen Kiely

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Competition Winners!

Joe Buckley's winning entry, Aidan Park Street Feast, Shannon, Co. Clare 2017

Joe Buckley’s winning entry, Aidan Park Street Feast, Shannon, Co. Clare, 2017

Thank you!

So here we are, in the throes of Summer and we hope you’re all having a good one. We’ve been busy collecting feedback, photos and videos from the annual Street Feast celebrations and are coming to you, hot(!) off the press, with the winners and grinners of this year’s competitions.

From all of us at Street Feast, we want to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to all who got involved this year. It’s your incredible work that makes this amazing day such a success and that’s why it’s so important we get your feedback, so we can continue adapting and improving our support.

We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank our VERY generous sponsors who’ve kindly donated some lovely prizes for our competitions..

Fallon & Byrne – Lunch for two

The Fumbally – Lunch for two

The Dublin Food Co-Operative – €30 Gift Voucher

Gill Books – 6 x gorgeous cookbooks!

And the winners are..

Now! Finally, it’s time to announce the winners.. Da, da, na, naaaaa! Drum role please..

Photo competition:

David Spencer from Blackrock, Joe Buckley from Shannon, Ailish Scanlon from Terenure, Kathryn Payne from Dublin and Trish Hearne from Waterford.

Video competition:

Ciaran Murphy from Middleton.


Niamh Bn. Ui Loinsigh from Meath, Yasser Askar from Kerry, and Martin Shannon from Limerick.

Thank you to all who sent in photos and videos and filled out the survey, we had a great response which made choosing just a couple of winners very difficult!


David Spencer's winning entry, Blackrock, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown 2017

David Spencer’s winning entry, Blackrock, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, 2017

Kathryn Payne and neighbours in Dublin

Kathryn Payne and neighbours in Dublin, 2017

Ailish Scanlon's entry from her Street Feast in Terenure

Ailish Scanlon’s entry from her Street Feast in Terenure, 2017

Trish Hearne's winning entry from Grange Manor Street Feast, Waterford, 2017

Trish Hearne’s winning entry from Grange Manor Street Feast, Waterford, 2017

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Win! Lovely prizes for one very quick survey..

With Street Feast 2017 firmly (sheds a tear) behind us now, we are collecting and collating feedback so we can start planning an even bigger and better Street Feast for next year. In order to do so, we are offering you the chance to win some lovely prizes to those who attended Street Feast celebrations, in return for filling out this quick 2 minute survey.

Please choose the option that best describes your involvement in Street Feast 2017:

I attended a Street Feast

I hosted a Street Feast

I postponed my Street Feast

I cancelled my Street Feast

We are thrilled to be working with such an active community and want to ensure we are the best we can be moving forward. Thank you for your time, generosity and support! We look forward to seeing you all again next year.


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Prizes! Photo and video competition deadline extended to WEDNESDAY!

Residents of Warrenmount Place, Dubllin 8. Photo by Allen Kiely

Residents of Warrenmount Place Street Feast, Dubllin 8. Photo by Allen Kiely

In the wake of the biggest Street Feast Day EVER, we have been totally floored by all the beautiful pictures and videos getting sent in from all around the country. We are so thankful to have so many wonderful hosts, attendees, volunteers, community groups and organisations supporting the Street Feast community who share our values.

As a big THANK YOU to all, we have some lovely prizes for the photo and video competitions, thanks to some very generous friends. There are two competitions; group photos and videos.

The deadline is THIS WEDNESDAY, 21st JUNE – so get them in quick!

Email us at . If you upload to social media tag us at @streetfeast and #streetfeast2017

Prizes include lunches, dinners, movie passes, food vouchers, picnic blankets, outdoor entertainment gear and more!

Winning entries and prizes will be posted to our blog and social media next week, winners will be contacted accordingly.


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Wrapping up; Street Feast 2017 – the biggest and best one yet!

Sunday, 11th June 2017 was THE day! Over 1,280 Street Feasts took place across the country with a predicted 130,000 people involved. It was an incredible day!

Here are some of the lovely photos and videos that have been sent in. We hope you enjoyed Street Feast 2017 as much as we did!

Kicking off Street Feast celebrations with the Open Iftar with Under One Tent

9am – This is Joleen from CrossHaven! Their feast is going on till 3.0 in the community centre!
Crosshaven Vilage- Joleen

12pm – Sunny vibes!

BBQ, beer and bunting happening in Louth!

The tables are waiting at McCarthy’s Pub in Ballygurteen ! Do we see a bit of blue sky?!

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1:45pm – The people of Grand Canal Dock are feasting, celebrating and cracking down on food waste! Go and say hello if you’re in the area

14.10- Looks like this guys ready to feed some hungry humans at The Station House in Edenderry!


Here’s a few pics of the OurTable Street Feast at the Fusion Market in Dublin 8. OurTable is an initiative which aims to highlight Direct Provision and the resident’s lack of access to kitchen facilities and appropriate food. Ellie Kisyombe has made incredible food today! FoodCloud have provided surplus ingredients from their FoodCloud Hub.

14.20pm-  Feasting, face painting and a dog show happening in Griffin Rath Hall in Maynooth


14.45- Burgers Galore in Maynooth!


Neighbour-ly fun at Xavier Avenue, North Strand

14.58pm- Continuing to feast whatever the weather! That’s the spirit

Incredible looking feast happening down in Cork!

It may be raining but that won’t stop this years feasters!

Wine and food shenanigans in Dublin 8!

We love a good Streetfeast selfie! Keep em comin’

Pizza party going on in Ballybough!

ah sure, they’re expert StreetFeasters down in Bantry

Longwood Avenue. The feasting continues!

Dublin Concert Band bringing the good vibes

The sun has come out for the folks in Foxrock!

Beautiful gathering in Flanagan’s Field Community Garden

Not even the rain could dampen these fellow feasters

It’s all fun and games in Tullamore..

Our Happy Pear friends serving up some lovely looking treats at their Street Feast today

Great food and even better company with the Carlow crowd today

A lovely retrospect video of the Lauragh Community Council Street Feast in Kerry

Dancing up a storm at the Bafolk Street Feast in Phoenix Park, Dublin

And they look just as good standing still!

Meet some of our wonderful Street Feast team! Joe, Claire and Nat – thanks for all your help guys!

Ferrybank’s first ever Street Feast was a huge success

Expert Street Feasters here in Carlow

Boys at the Bloomsday barbeque in Dublin

What a turn out?! Well played to the Rosehill Street Feast in Midleton, County Cork

This year’s celebrations hitting the news desk already..

Next gen. Street Feasters doing us proud in Limerick

One of our champion Street Feasters, always a smile on her dial!

Professional Feasters in Church Lane, Letterkenny

Great spot for a Street Feast – The Liberties, Dublin

Street Feast 2017 😀🎉🎉 #dublin #dublin8 #ireland #streetfeast #streetfeastdublin #streetfeast2017 #streetparty

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An Garda Siochana motorbikes for Street feast 2017 in Artane

Getting read – the Bloomfield Feasters, Midleton Co Cork

The kids disco on down..

Great team effort to pull this one together in Co Galway

#StreetFeast2017 #Stoneybatter #Hands

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Better late than never!

What an amazing turn out in Clonakilty?!

We LOVE seeing everyone’s beautiful celebrations!

Wolfe Tone Square feasters welcomed passers-by to join them in true the true spirit of Street Feast!

The Slowfood Feasters showing us how it’s done..

The sun has come out for our @streetfeast party at Flanagan’s Field Community Garden #StreetFeast2017

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Lennox Place gang in Dublin..

So many new Wicklow Street Feasts popping up this year, so great to see!

The Easkey Street Feast in Sligo is always a lovely gathering!

Total wash-out! But don’t worry, the celebrations picked up right where they left off as soon as the shower passed..

What a great spread! Bantry feasters in Co Cork with some of their lovely local produce

#streetfeast2017 #lovbantry

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Who could resist?!

Devitt cake 😋 #devittvillas #streetfeast2017 #streetfeast

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The sun came out for the Spiddal Craft Village & Cáfe Street Feast in Galway

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Public Street Feasts in Dublin this weekend

Although we’ve never been a nation who’s needed an excuse for a party, we’ve got a long list of them for you anyway!

With over 500 Street Feasts registered to take place across Dublin this Sunday, 11th June, there is an event for everyone no matter what your style. If you haven’t registered a Street Feast but would like to get involved, you can access the public events here. You can search your area to see what’s happening or use the map to narrow it down. Once you’ve found one you like the look of, contact the host to confirm details. Once you’ve done that, all you need to do is bring a dish to share – it really is that simple! Check out some of the public events in Dublin this weekend as listed below..


Check out the public events in Dublin this year!


Open Iftar Street Feast with Under One Tent

7.30pm Saturday, 10th June

St Patrick’s Park, Dublin

Under One Tent is a community project that aims to bring people of all faiths together and the community as a whole. This year, they are joining forces with Street Feast for an Open Iftar. Whether you are observing Ramadan or not, you are invited to come down to this special event and share in the culture and community spirit.


Fusion Sundays & Our Table Street Feast

1.00pm Sunday 11th, June

Dublin Food Co-Op, Newmarket Square, Dublin 8

Celebrating ethnic diversity, this Street Feast will be a truely multicultural celebration creating a unique opportunity to share food and conversation with those staying in Direct Provision. We have a great group of organisations supporting this very special feast. Free tea and coffee available but, as with all Street Feasts, make sure you bring a dish to share.


Street Feast Dublin 1 – Wolfe Tone Park

12.30pm Sunday, 11th June

Wolfe Tone Park, Dublin 1

A Street Feast celebration in the very central Wolfe Tone Park location. Get to know other residents in Dublin 1, take to the streets and have a laugh. These guys have done a fantastic job and will keep you entertained with a big band and good chats.


Street Feast Dublin – Bloomsday

12pm Sunday, 11th June

N Great George’s St, Rotunda, Dublin

This is a celebration of North Great George’s Street and the wider community and, because of James Joyce’s links to the street – and the Joyce Centre’s location on North Great George’s Street, it will also celebrate Bloomsday. There will be food, live music and theatrical performances.


Bridgefoot Street Feast Dublin 8

2pm Sunday, 11th June

Bridgefoot Park, Dublin 8

The space has been going through a lot of changes lately but there is a strong community behind it ensuring it continues to meet the local’s needs and the community garden remains. Our friends at Dublin Mens Shed have done a great job at putting together this celebration and are set to welcome both new faces and old.


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Competition! Capturing your Street Feast

We’re giving away brilliant prizes for the best group photos and group videos of your Street Feasts across the country. Last year we gave away The Happy Pear Cookbooks and they went down a treat! With 1,282 feasts taking place nationwide, we’re hoping to see a beautiful array of everyone’s feasts, and we have even more prizes to give away!

We have two competitions; group photos & group videos.

Group Photos

This year, to be in with a chance of winning, you must email us your group photos to . If you tag us at #streetfeast2017 we’ll feature your feasts on our live-feed on the day, and show a county-by-county line-up in the week after. (See last year’s live feed) But to be in the competition, you do need to send your photos to by Friday 16th June.

Group Video – even more fun!

We’re also trying something new. We want you to take a VERY short video (6-8 secs) of your feast with your camera-phone. But this ain’t any ‘ol movie. We want a shot of you around the table, calling out the name of your street, estate or village (whichever sounds best!) We know this sounds kind of crazy, but it’ll be a lot of fun, and we assure you the results will be wonderful!

What’s more, send us this video, and you are twice as likely to win a prize!

Here are the instructions for this simple 6-8 second video;


  1. Put the camera phone at the end of the table (or picnic blanket!)
  2. Get everyone to surround the table, looking at the camera
  3. Hold the camera still, 30cm above the table (see photo below)
  4. Start recording the video; then call out the name of your street, estate or village.
  5. Very important! Email video to us or, if that doesn’t work,

Top tip! If you can do this as a selfie, we’ll be even more impressed. Ha!


Summerhill Heights, Wexford

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Dillon’s Cross, Cork

Street Feast returns to Ireland's streets on Sunday 15th June 2014

Millenium Bridge, Dublin!

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Fusion Sundays Market + Our Table Street Feast

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Fusion Sundays celebrates ethnic diversity with their monthly world culture market down at the Dublin Food Co-Op. With live music and performances, it’s always a great day out for the whole family. This Sunday, 11th of June, they will be joining forces with Our Table and Street Feast for a very special celebration, bringing together many cultures through food, conversation and maybe even a boogie or two.

Our Table is a community driven, not-for-profit project aiming to raise awareness of those in Direct Provision and facilitate change by creating the space for conversation over a shared meal. They also create nurturing and understanding spaces where people can gain work and life skills, are paid a wage and can gain knowledge of the Irish food industry.

FoodCloud are supporting the event with a generous donation of food. They continue to do great work reducing food waste and helping others by distributing surplus food to community groups and charities.

The lads from CreateSound have got the tunes covered and will surely have your foot edging it’s way to the dancefloor in no time. CreateSound are all about enabling people, young & old to make music, regardless of background and musical ability. Gav Timlin, founder, has created tracks with kids in refugee camps in Ritsona across a spectrum of abilities and continues to do great work here in Dublin.

We are very excited about this fusion of incredible culture, food and fun and would love to see you down there on Sunday, all you have to do is bring a plate of food to share and the rest is sorted.

The feasting will kick off at 1pm, this Sunday, 11th June. Get down on time to be sure you get a seat at the table!


Fusion Sundays & Our Table Street Feast

The Dublin Food Co-op, 12 Newmarket Square, Dublin 8

1pm, Sunday, 11th June 2017



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Iftar Street Feast with Under One Tent

Iftar Street Feast, 2016

Iftar Street Feast, 2016

We are thrilled to welcome our friends at Under One Tent to the Street Feast community and are very excited about Saturday night’s Open Iftar Street Feast in Dublin.

Under One Tent is a community project that aims to bring together people of all faiths and the community as a whole. This is the second year the project is running where the Open Iftar invites the homeless and general public to break fast together at sunset during the holy month of Ramadan. Through sharing meals and connecting with neighbours, they share the Ramadan spirit and sense of community with everyone.

Under One Tent celebrations commence at 7.30pm this weekend, the 9th, 10th and 11th of June, in St Patrick’s Park, Dublin. Free food, drinks, games, bouncy castles and inspiring talks are all on offer thanks to the hard working team. Street Feast are proud to join forces and look forward to seeing you all down there on Saturday night for a very special Open Iftar Street Feast celebration. Bring your cat, your pet carrot and your imaginary friend, everyone is invited.



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Marinating – Poultry in Motion

Photo c/o

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Marinades don’t only flavour meat they also tenderise it. Overnight marinating generally creates the most flavour but more delicate meats, like fish and shellfish, will not cope with more than a couple of hours. Similarly, never use salt, lemon, lime or pineapple juice in marinade for longer than two hours. The acidity can be very corrosive and entirely break down meat fibres.

Pultry in Motion

This easy chicken marinade will quickly become your go-to dish. It creates so much flavour, keeping the chicken incredibly moist and outrageously delicious – why not try it at your Street Feast celebration?

  • ½ cup extra virgin olive oil
  • ½ cup balsamic vinegar (or other vinegar)
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup Worcestershire sauce
  • ⅛ cup lemon juice
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • 2 tsp dried rosemary
  • 2 tbsp Dijon or Spicy Brown mustard
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp ground black pepper
  • 2 tsp garlic powder
  • 6 chicken breasts or 3.5 lb chicken
  1. Combine all ingredients, except for chicken, in a large mixing bowl and mix together.
  2. Remove a half a cup of marinade and reserve for basting the chicken later.
  3. Place chicken in a zip-lock bag and pour marinade over the top. Close securely.
  4. Marinate for at least 4 hours and up to 24 hours.
To Grill
  1. Preheat grill to medium high heat and lightly oil the grates.
  2. Remove the chicken from the marinade, letting the excess drip off.
  3. Grill chicken for 5 to 6 minutes on each side or until cooked through.
  4. Baste the chicken occasionally with the reserved marinade.
  5. Remove chicken from grill and tent with foil. Let chicken rest for at least 5 minutes before serving
  1. If you bring the reserved marinade up to a boil, let simmer until slightly reduced, it makes a wonderful sauce to go on top of the chicken.
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Street Feast goes International

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Street feast, Ireland’s nationwide day of street parties and community celebrations, goes International!

We’re very excited to announce that, for the very first time, we are testing International waters with 26 Street Feast events registered in the USA, to be held concurrently with the events taking place in Ireland this weekend. Predominantly located in Minnesota, we are excited to see how these events come together. We have been thrilled with the impact the Irish initiative has made here so we want to share the love with the global community and this is our first, slightly shaky, but quietly confident, step.

Here are some of the reasons our fellow Feasters in the USA wanted to join the celebration..

“I am a huge community advocate and believe in bringing neighbours together for a common good. This is another great opportunity to do so.”

“Food is such a great way to have relationship in a community. I have been wanting to do something like this for a while and this will help me get started”

“To have the community come together, building unity, creating safer environments, raising awareness that we can help each other.”


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Wicklow Street Feasters; WIN a barbeque for your celebrations!

Our generous friends at Universal Innovations are offering up a brand spanking new barbeque to one lucky Street Feast celebration. And yes, you get to keep it to enjoy many more sizzling Summer nights!

You must be able to pick up the barbeque from Kilcoole Industrial Estate, Creowen Rd, Creowen, Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow on  Friday this week, between 9am – 5pm to be eligible. Keen? To be in the running, send us a photo of your Street Feast preparations along with a few (no more than 100!) words on your plans AND your best contact number. Email to Winner will be contacted later today.

What are you waiting for?! Get your grill on!

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Street Feast & National Play Day – A winning combination for Wicklow

Photo by Hannah Keogh

Photo by Hannah Keogh

“Helping your Community become a better place to Live, Work and Play.”

Wicklow County Council are celebrating Street Feast in conjunction with National Play Day, and we couldn’t think of a better combination! Promoting play and encouraging communities throughout the County to organise energetic and fun play activities outdoors in their neighbourhoods, they are urging all of us to rediscover our inner child.

Wicklow County Council in collaboration with the Department of Children and Youth Affairs, will celebrate the annual ‘National Playday’ by hosting a ‘Playday’ event on Sunday, 11th June, in conjunction with Street Feast Celebrations. Play Day highlights the very essence of play for children and young people and encourages parents/guardians and communities to take a positive approach in developing neighbourhoods where children and young people are seen and heard.
The aim of National Play Day is to help increase public awareness of the importance of play in supporting children’s physical and social development. The idea of the day is to create an opportunity for outdoor play at street, neighbourhood and community level.

So get out your picnic basket, pack up your favourite pot-luck dish, knock on the neighbours doors and challenge them to a tug-of-war!

If you’re game for hosting a Street Feast in your neighbourhood and would like to take part in National Play Day, contact Wicklow Local Sports Partnership at and they’ll send you some play equipment for FREE.

Registrations for Street Feast events close this Friday, 9th June.



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Licenced to Grill

Photo by Kristie Smith

Photo by Kristie Smith

A barbeque is never just ‘a barbeque’ – it’s a celebration.

For many of us, you just can’t beat a good old fashioned barbeque. Nothing compares to cooking over charcoal – the flavour, the smell, the theatre! If it’s not in sight, you can’t help but feel as though you’re missing the show. So, like moths to a flame, you crowd around it, offering up average advice and firmly asserting yourself as Number #1 Cooking Supervisor. And so the fun begins.

And now you’ve got the crowd, you better get cooking! How do you like your steak burnt? Just kidding.. Here are our HOT tips to get you grillin’ and chillin’ in no time.


1. Fire it up before the guests arrive

You could even have a few bites under way. At the very least, your guests will be impressed you could light it!

2. Good to go

Have everything in place and ready to go. Marinate the day before and prepare as much as possible to ensure you get to enjoy the party too.

3. Be organised

Work out how many batches of food need cooking. How will you keep raw meat separate from cooked?

4. Stay with your barbecue

As long as the barbeque is on, you should stick around; for the most delicious results and for safety’s sake. Don’t worry, you won’t get lonely. You’re never more than a few meters away from a barbeque expert at something like this!

5. Use seasonal ingredients

The summer months, when most barbecue bones are tickled, coincide perfectly with seasonal vegetables like sweet corn, courgettes and peppers. Veggies are a great addition to any barbeque, complimenting both meats and salads. Have you ever tried some thinly sliced sweet potato on the grill? It’s ahhhmazing.

Lose the chill

You should always cook meat from room-ish temperature, so if it’s in the fridge, take it out at least 20 minutes before cooking. If it’s too cold in the centre, the outside may well burn before the inside is cooked.

6. Assess the readiness

Using a small blade, cut into the centre of the meat (to the bone if possible), to check the flesh is cooked and juices are running clear. For flaky fish like salmon, press down on the flesh to make sure the flakes come apart, this means it’s ready for devouring.

7. Give it a rest

Some might say resting the meat is the most important step. This allows the juices to be reabsorbed and your meat will taste a whole lot better for it. Rest in foil away from direct heat, a warm tray on the top rack or somewhere similar would be ideal.

And there you have it, you are now licenced to grill. Stay tuned for some marinating magic later on this week.


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Veggie stews & cycling with Niamh McCartan

Photo by Sarah Kautz

Photo by Sarah Kautz

While most of us are curled up in bed using the 6am drizzle as the perfect excuse to hit the snooze button, roll-over and forget about anything slightly resembling exercise (although I did roll our of bed onto a yoga mat last week, if I hadn’t brought the duvet and pillow with me it totally would have counted), Street Feast Dublin patron, Niamh McCartan, is up and at ’em and often cycling down to the beach for a morning dip. Although she learnt to ride a bike when she was just three years old, it wasn’t until she moved from Galway to Dublin about 10 years ago that her passion really took off. From learning bike maintenance to teaching it, Niamh’s interest grew quickly and soon had her bike packing around Ireland, France, the United States and Canada.

But it’s not all fun and cycling, often it’s fun and food! Niamh can also be found at The Dublin Food Co-Operative where she’s heavily involved in the stocking, selling and supervision of the fresh produce. Having adopted a vegan lifestyle, she’s a wealth of knowledge and a great help when it comes to understanding nutritional health and well-being. In order to be fit and energetic enough for all of her cycling adventures I guess she has to be!

And what’s more, she’s kindly offered to share one of her favourite recipes with the Street Feast community. Stew on this..


Spicy butterbean, chickpea and butternut squash stew


  • 2 red onions
  • ½ large butternut squash or 1 sweet potato
  • 1 leek
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 tsp sweet smoked paprika (pimentón)
  • 390g chopped tomatoes with chilli (we like Cirio, available from larger supermarkets)
  • 450ml vegetable stock
  • 400g tin butterbeans
  • 400g tin chickpeas
  • 200g spinach

To serve

  • Greek yogurt (optional – but not for vegans!)


  1. Slice the red onions into wedges. Peel and cut the squash or sweet potato into 2cm cubes. Slice the leek at an angle.
  2. Heat the oil in a large saucepan. When hot, add the onions, squash/sweet potato, leek and paprika, then fry for 10 minutes or until the veg take on some colour.
  3. Add the chopped tomatoes and stock, then simmer for 15-20 minutes. Drain and rinse the butterbeans and chickpeas, then stir them through the stew along with the spinach. Simmer for 5-10 minutes more. Taste and season. Serve with Greek yogurt, if you like AND you’re not catering for vegan diets.


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Street Feast is a day of local lunches across Ireland hosted by you and your neighbours. They can be anywhere really - out on the street, in a local park or in your front garden.

There are lots of good reasons to have a Street Feast, but it's really just a great excuse to eat great food, celebrate your local community and meet new people who live near you.