Welcome to Heavenly Foods!

 

 

Thank you for you continued support

 

We at Heavenly Foods would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our clients a Happy and Heavenly New Year. We would also like to express our gratitude for your support during the Christmas run in and hope we can look forward to the pleasure of continuing to supply you with our foods into 2014.

Our team are back on the road. Be sure to enquire re our new products when they call

 

The Heavenly Foods.ie Team
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The New year always brings resolutions, especially after the excess’ of Christmas. Be sure to remember our range of “fresher than fresh” fish and plain Irish chicken, lamb, duck, pork and beef products. All part of the essential New You!!!!
 

Here are a few suggestions to help you get you in shape for Life:

1. Always leave the table a little bit hungry

2. Have 80% alkaline and only 20% acidic diet

3. Try to have one salad meal every day at which you do not eat meat protein or carbohydrates

4. Stay active – this is the best way to eliminate the toxins from our system!

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With Winter full swing, what better way to deal with the chilly weather than a heart-warming Sweet Potato and Chorizo Soup! A simple recipe to heat you up after those long Winter walks in the woods!

 

You will need:

800 grammes approx of Sweet Potato, 1 Carrot,1 Stick Celery,1 Medium Onion, 3-4 inches of Chorizo Sausage(depending on your taste preference or spice tolerance),half a red chilli, 1-1.5 litres of veg or chicken stock, 1 tblspn of oil;

The method:

Dice the onion, celery, carrot, chorizo and sweet potato ( a rough dice is fine).Add oil to the pan or pot and fry the chorizo until it starts to release its oils. Add onion, carrot and celery and allow to fry in chorizo oils for a few minutes (lower heat if needs). Add sweet potato and mix with other ingredients. Add stock. Bring to boil and allow to simmer for 20 minutes or until sweet potato is soft(depends on size of dice). Blitz! If soup is too thick add stock until desired consistency is reached or if too thin allow to reduce. ENJOY!!!