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Check out this fresh Bean Salad recipe from the team at James St South Bar and Grill in Belfast. It's nutritious, delicious and easy to make!

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INGREDIENTS
40g Chickpeas
40g Edeamme beans
40g Kidney beans
50g Peas
40g Butter beans
40g Broad beans

For the dressing:
3 shallots, finely chopped
100ml good grade olive oil
50ml forum white wine vinegar
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped or grated
1 teasp Dijon mustard
Salt and pepper to season

METHOD
If you are using tinned beans, drain and thoroughly rinse. For hard beans, soak overnight and cook until tender. 🧑‍🍳Chef's tip: do not use salted water as will lengthen cooking time.

Place all the ingredients in a bowl and mix through gently, do not mix vigorously as it will emulsify. The dressing should be glossy and should be added when serving. Season to taste when serving. Always keep refrigerated once cooked. Enjoy! 👌😀

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Joe Biden kept up a long-standing… – Ireland of the Welcomes | Facebook

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Joe Biden kept up a long-standing tradition when he was sworn in as President on Wednesday by using a huge family Bible with a Celtic cross emblazoned across the front cover to take the Oath of Office.

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Joe Biden sworn in as President using his Irish ancestors' Bible including Celtic cross

Joe Biden kept up a long-standing tradition when he was sworn in as President on Wednesday by using a huge family Bible with a Celtic cross emblazoned across the front cover to take the Oath of Office.

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The Irish Human Rights and Equality… – Irish Traveller Movement | Facebook

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The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has funded researchers at the University of Limerick to conduct a major study entitled ‘Travellers’ Access to Justice’ under the IRC COALESCE Scheme.

The research will look at the relationship between Travellers and criminal justice institutions and the researchers, Dr Amanda Haynes and Dr Jennifer Schweppe of University of Limerick, are looking to recruit two Community/Peer Researchers to work with them on the study.
The link is here, and if you have any questions, email Jennifer.Schweppe@ul.ie or Amanda.Haynes@ul.ie

https://my.corehr.com/pls/ulrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=041268

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Tour America – New York in style fr €2359pp ✈ Return… | Facebook

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New York in style fr €2359pp

Return Business class direct flights with United Airlines, All taxes & bags
🏢4 Nights Mondrian Park Avenue -Balcony king room including breakfast

Based on 2 sharing | Dep 26th Nov 2021 | Ref 675385

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The Council phone line 057 866 4000 is… – Laois Travellers Action Group | Facebook

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The Council phone line 057 866 4000 is open Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9am to 5pm, for the Laois County Council Community Response Support Helpline and to deal with normal Council queries. On Saturdays the Laois County Council Community Response Support Helpline is available on 1800 832 010 (10am-1pm / 2pm-4pm) to facilitate the most appropriate community response to the needs of vulnerable people living in the community where their usual sources of support have become unavailable due to COVID19.

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