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Review: Wet and Dry Grinder by Andrew James Worldwide

  I posted on Facebook a while ago about a new toy I got online on the Andrew James Worldwide website. (I had to use Parcel Motel for delivery as they don’t offer delivery to Ireland, which is ironic, given the name of the site!) and a few of you contacted me at the time […]


My list of back-to-school best buys.

Well, the summer’s over. I can’t quite believe how quickly it passed. I’m not really one of these parents who’s delighted to see their kids going back to school come September. Don’t get me wrong – the peace and quiet is definitely nice. But I love the flexibility that summer brings. No rushing out the […]

Sage Fast Slow Pro Review

The Fast Slow Pro Multicooker Review

EVERY now and then here at BiaMaith, we are given something to try that really excites us. It could be some delicious Mountain Lamb like we got from the lovely people at Achill Mountain Lamb or the amazing free range pork we were sent by Pigs on the Green based near Tullamore. We saw the Sage by Heston Blumenthal Fast […]

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Sage Boss to Go by Heston Blumenthal – Review

Pros: Really easy and quick to use. Makes really smooth work out of fruits and veg. Blades etc are really easy to clean and the tumblers are dishwasher proof. Sturdy but doesn’t take up a load of room on the counter or in the cupboard. Really nice ideas for recipes in the booklet that comes […]

Stellar Rocktanium

The Stellar Rocktanium Pan – Review

Pros: Light weight, does exactly what it is meant to do, is so easy to clean, great results every time. Cons: The price is a little steep – the small pans start at £25 and the price goes up, depending on the size. BiaMaith Rating: 10/10 Reviewed by Aine. THE Stellar Rocktanium pan arrived at the BiaMaith kitchen […]


Super Spirali Spiralizer – Review

Liam’s verdict: An easy 10/10 Pros:  Solid plastic that will last, almost identical to professional ones I’ve used. Easy storage of attachments so they are to hand when needed and kept safety away when not. Suction cups under the feet to hold it in place when in use. Comes with metal and wooden skewers. Cons:  Recipe […]


Orla Kiely bins by Brabantia Review

Reviewed by Aine. BINS aren’t exactly the most exciting thing to go shopping for and every single one I’ve owned has been relegated to the back of the utility room. Usually splattered with some kind of spillage or another, they’ve never exactly taken pride of place in our home. Rubbish isn’t exactly stylish, after all. […]

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Stellar Santoku 16cm Knife Review

Liam’s verdict: 9/10 Knife: Santoku knife 16cm (Japanese general purpose knife) Handle: Plastic with a wooden effect Blade: Molybdenum Vanadium Steel X50CrMoV15 Pros: This knife is well-balanced, keeps its edge as long as any professional knife, is easy to sharpen, doesn’t rust, is dishwasher safe and has indents on the blade which prevents starchy foods sticking […]


The Smoking Gun Review

We checked out the Smoking Gun by PolyScience and secured a discount code for all BiaMaith readers. All you have to do is go to and enter the code SMOKING10 at the checkout. The Smoking Gun by PolyScience Liam’s Verdict: 10/10 Pros: It smokes food easily in 5 minutes. It’s battery operated and portable, very […]
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