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Published 15/10/2012

Submitted by Danny Kearney
Submitted by Danny Kearney
Homemade Potted Herrings by Lilian Vance
Submitted by Danny Kearney
Fish Supper. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Fairy cakes. Submitted by Jill Horton
Submitted by Jill Horton
Crab. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Balaton (bulgarian bread with sausage). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Saturday nights dinner, fruit de mer. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Banana cake (brasilian recipe). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Apetizer. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Beef with potatoes. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Beef gravy. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Egyptian rice. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Giuveche (bulgarian dish). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Home made bread (pita). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
kofta with sea food. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
kunafa (egyptian recipe). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Liahmadjun (turkish recipe). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Shrimp cocktail. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Sticky toffee pudding. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Tiramisu. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Stuffed mushrooms. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
My children’s dinner. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Salmon with white and brown rice. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Crabs with bacon and rosemary – before baking. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Salmon salad. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Salty muffins (ham and cheese inside) with salad. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Wine and strawberries. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Seafood chowder. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Al fresco afternoon coffee and cake. Submitted by Evelyn McCullough
Homemade fruit salad. Submitted by Carla Johnston
Fish and chips. Submitted by Roseanne Mooney
Home made mint aero cheesecake. Submitted by Glynis Herron
Chicken Pie. Submitted by Jonathan Smyth, Lurgan
Squid. Submittted by Eoin Pyper, Belfast
Ulster fry. Submitted by Mark Henderson
Pastie Supper. Submitted by Mark Henderson
Submitted by Kim Jeffers
Fruit loaf. Submitted by Rachel McGuigan
Potato bread. Submitted by Rachel McGuigan
Pizza. Submitted by Jane Patrick, Belfast
High tea. Submitted by Michaela Enselmann
This has to be the real taste of home, grilled bacon on a toasted white bap, with butter & ketchup yum!Submitted by Kathy Black
Cream bun. Submitted by Kathryn McBride, Dundonald
Mongolian Marmitte. Submitted by Luigi Cirillo
Submitted by Steve Webster
Nothing beats a good Ulster fry. Submitted by Anne Baxter
Home made wheaten scones and breads with Northern Irish Butter and Beetroot dip. Baked Irish sea Hake in the background. Submitted by Philip McCourt
Harlem Cafe, Belfast: Local Portavogie Scampi and chips - the best I've ever had! Submitted by Jennifer Cromie
Submitted by Katie
Irwins white loaf, 4 cookstown sausages, dromona butter and a good helping of tomato ketchup. Submitted by Richard Maguire
St Georges market
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Killyhevlin Hotel
Winner: Chocolate eclairs at Ditty's, Castledawson. Submitted by Ian McCullough
A pleasant afternoon snack. Submitted by Nicolas Soitout
Submitted by Wilfred Swain
Submitted by Wilfred Swain
Submitted by Wilfred Swain
Ice cream van for a wee treat. Submitted by Nicolas soitout
Pork roast. Submitted by Barbara Lavery
Prawn hearts wrapped in smoked salmon. With home made seafood sauce, paprika and finished with dill. Submitted by Pujan Khadka
Submitted by Barbara Lavery
Chocolate cake with raspberries fenced in by orange chocolate matchmakers. Submitted by Emmaline Higgs
Oysters. Submitted by Nicolas soitout
Turkey. Submitted by Andy Taylor
Thali in Mumbi. Submitted by Andy Taylor
Crab. Submitted by Jill Horton
Chicken curry. Submitted by Kenny Horton
Seafood heaven. Submitted by Kenny Horton
Homemade Steak pie & mushy peas. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Homemade pavlova with frosted fresh fruit. Submitted by Peter Thompson
Scallops. Submitted by Kenny Horton
Homemade bread. Submitted by Hilary Mcerlean
Strawberry tart. Submitted by Hilary Mcerlean
Fresh dug sweetcorn. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Pavlova for my family for a queen's jubilee party. Submitted by Kelly Creighton
My 14 year old daughter's passion for baking cupcakes. Submitted by Audrey McClements
Seafood platter. Submitted by Nicolas Soitout
Fish and Chips. Submitted by Nicolas Soitout
Home made chocolate cake. Submitted by Carrie Dorsett
Lobster Thermidore. Submitted by Alex Ryan
Langoustine Miso Soup. Submitted by Alex Ryan
Lemon Vodka Jellies. Submitted by Alex Ryan
Homemade trifle, by Susan Bird
I took my Tayto to the Taj. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Fruit tart. Submitted by Nick
Pear tart with chocolate. Submitted by Nick
Chickpea curry. Submitted by Wendy McClatchey
Falafel. Submitted by Wendy McClatchey
Mac and no cheese. Submitted by Wendy McClatchey
Mango sorbet. Submitted by Wendy McClatchey
Mince pie. Submitted by Wendy McClatchey
Home made Champ. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Home made Irish Stew. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Berry Delight. Submitted by Jill Horton
Submitted by Danny Kearney
Homemade Potted Herrings by Lilian Vance
Submitted by Danny Kearney
Fish Supper. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Fairy cakes. Submitted by Jill Horton
Submitted by Jill Horton
Crab. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Balaton (bulgarian bread with sausage). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Saturday nights dinner, fruit de mer. Submitted by Miriam Taylor
Banana cake (brasilian recipe). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Apetizer. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Beef with potatoes. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Beef gravy. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Egyptian rice. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Giuveche (bulgarian dish). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Home made bread (pita). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
kofta with sea food. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
kunafa (egyptian recipe). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Liahmadjun (turkish recipe). Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Shrimp cocktail. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Sticky toffee pudding. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Tiramisu. Submitted by Ralitsa Visochkova
Stuffed mushrooms. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
My children’s dinner. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Salmon with white and brown rice. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Crabs with bacon and rosemary – before baking. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Salmon salad. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Salty muffins (ham and cheese inside) with salad. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Wine and strawberries. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Seafood chowder. Submitted by Eszter Szucs
Al fresco afternoon coffee and cake. Submitted by Evelyn McCullough
Homemade fruit salad. Submitted by Carla Johnston
Fish and chips. Submitted by Roseanne Mooney
Home made mint aero cheesecake. Submitted by Glynis Herron
Chicken Pie. Submitted by Jonathan Smyth, Lurgan
Squid. Submittted by Eoin Pyper, Belfast
Ulster fry. Submitted by Mark Henderson
Pastie Supper. Submitted by Mark Henderson
Submitted by Kim Jeffers
Fruit loaf. Submitted by Rachel McGuigan
Potato bread. Submitted by Rachel McGuigan
Pizza. Submitted by Jane Patrick, Belfast
High tea. Submitted by Michaela Enselmann
This has to be the real taste of home, grilled bacon on a toasted white bap, with butter & ketchup yum!Submitted by Kathy Black
Cream bun. Submitted by Kathryn McBride, Dundonald
Mongolian Marmitte. Submitted by Luigi Cirillo
Submitted by Steve Webster
Nothing beats a good Ulster fry. Submitted by Anne Baxter
Home made wheaten scones and breads with Northern Irish Butter and Beetroot dip. Baked Irish sea Hake in the background. Submitted by Philip McCourt
Harlem Cafe, Belfast: Local Portavogie Scampi and chips - the best I've ever had! Submitted by Jennifer Cromie
Submitted by Katie
Irwins white loaf, 4 cookstown sausages, dromona butter and a good helping of tomato ketchup. Submitted by Richard Maguire
St Georges market
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Killyhevlin Hotel

Chocolate eclairs at Ditty's, Castledawson, submitted by Ian McCullough has been chosen as the winner of Belfast Telegraph/Northern Ireland Tourist Board Love It, Film it,Share It competition Food category.

What's your heart's desire? What chow do you crave when you come home from holiday? Maybe it's chewy Veda bread with hunks of cheddar. Tayto Cheese and Onion crushed inside a buttered-up Belfast bap. Your gran's Irish stew or mum's special spag bol. Oysters, jellied eels, dulce or fresh from the farm fare. Rustle up and record the edibles you serve out-of-towners. The comfort food that makes you feel warm and cosy. We wanted to see it all. The good-looking homecooking, sweets, treats, take-away, beloved everyday, haute cuisine and everything in between...



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