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Here are some wonderful warming Autumnal potato recipes for you to enjoy this season.

Fibre is an important component for a balanced diet, is essential for a healthy digestive system and is found in fruits, vegetables, potatoes and whole grains. 

 

In the run-up to National Potato Day (6th October), TV dietitian Aoife Hearne gives us the low-down.

Our busy lives leave us very short on time to prepare healthy and tasty meals. Here’s some easy-to-follow advice from leading dietician, Aoife Hearne, to help us plan and better prepare our approach to healthy eating.

Feast your eyes on these tasty potato recipes for National Potato Day 2017 including healthy recipes and meals inspired by international cuisine.

The season is upon us to welcome the eagerly anticipated Queens potatoes – brought to us earlier this year by a warm spring. To mark the arrival, we’re teaming up with dietitian, Aoife Hearne, to celebrate with recipes which incorporate the tasty spud.

Discover some delicious in-season ingredients, and some impressive potato recipes you can use them in!

Check out our breakdown of the potato's nutritional qualities and how the spud can serve as a core ingredient in fitness-conscious diets.

Here are some delicious recipes to enjoy over the Easter Holidays this year!

Happy St Patrick's Day for 2017. Feast your eyes on some superb traditional Irish recipes in time for the festivities of St Patrick's Day!

Bring a unique spin to your pancakes this year with a bit of sweet over savoury. 

Feast your eyes on these superb recipes to bring in the Chinese New Year with.

Happy Chinese New Year! 2017 is the Year of the Rooster, which happens to be one of Ireland's favourite potato varieties. Read on to find out more about the famous spud.

Looking for a bit of inspiration to prepare a healthy Christmas day meal, look no further....

Indulge yourself with these delightful Christmas potato recipes courtesy of Mark Moriarty.

Rustle up the perfect roast potato this Christmas with the help of these varying approaches.

Find out how to make the most of your festive flavours using the potato!

Health myths are stopping some people from enjoying nutritious foods

Aoife Hearne explains how to conjure up a nutrition treat this Halloween

Aoife Hearne, dietician and former athlete, blogs about the importance of nutrition while preparing for a marathon.

Today highlights one of the nation’s favourite foods and celebrates the versatility of potatoes!

Ella shares her delicious Loaded Mexican-Style Potato Skins recipe 

We are loving this article from The Huffington Post, which explains 6 reasons why potatoes are so nutritious

It’s the Back to School season! Aoife Hearne talks us through how best to prepare for the new term.

One in three Irish adults confess to fibbing about what they’ve had for dinner to friends, family and colleagues because they are embarrassed by their choices or culinary skills.

This week, Ella Mills, otherwise known as Deliciously Ella, hosted an exclusive supper club event at her Mae Deli in London, to demonstrate the variety of creative ways to cook with potatoes. 

Dietitian and nutrition expert Aoife Hearne explains why potatoes are a firm favourite for the whole family.

Want to know who made the biggest potato salad? How about the biggest mash in the world? Of course you do! Here are some incredible potato world records for you to try and beat...

Well-known TV nutritional expert and Dietician, Aoife Hearne, will be dishing up a fresh look at Ireland’s favourite vegetable as the new Campaign Ambassador for Bord Bia’s ‘Potatoes: More Than A Bit On The Side’ campaign.

Ella Woodward, otherwise known as Deliciously Ella, the renowned food blogger, has announced that she'll be teaming up with the 'Potatoes: More Than A Bit On The Side' campaign for 2016.

It’s that time of year when for many Irish around the world our national holiday will be celebrated with traditional food, most notably bacon & cabbage & mashed potatoes.

Over half (53%) of Irish people confess to having both tried and failed healthy eating plans time and again at the beginning of each year, according to new research from Bord Bia's Potatoes: More Than A Bit On The Side campaign.

Potatoes made the health news this week as a new study revealed that eating them (as well as cabbage, cauliflower and onions) could help reduce the risk of developing stomach cancer.

We asked some of our favourite food bloggers to create an exciting potato dish for the campaign and they certainly didn’t disappoint.

Find out several reasons why the spud is the nation's favourite food!