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Offers & Updates

Posted by Jenna Stevenson, Founder of BITETOSAVOUR on

2017 is well underway! Valentines Day and St Patricks Day are on the horizon for those of you looking for unique gift box ideas and shhhh - we have a new box range coming soon. We'll keep you posted...
Jenna x

BITETOSAVOUR welcomes our new Chef-in-residence - Sarah Patterson, Little Pink Kitchen

Every month Sarah will meet us in Souk, pick some products and make an artisanNI recipe.

  • November: Sarah's first dish was a Spicy Peanut Noodle Salad, using the amazing N.Irish oils & balsamics of Broighter Gold (Limavady) and Burren Balsamics (Armagh). Click here to check it out
  • December: Sarah got Christmassy with her Festive Christmas Pot (as an alternative to Christmas pudding this year) using the fantastic white chocolate of N.Irish producers, husband and wife team, NI Cho from Belfast. It's a dead easy recipe, so check it out here

WIN A #NIXMAS | Everything for your Christmas table from local N.Irish producers


Founder of BITETOSAVOUR, Jenna Stevenson, popped by to pass on the goodies....


Send NI folks overseas a ‘Wee Taste of Home’ Box this Christmas!

Only £20: Bake-it-yourself wheaten (just add water), handmade fudge, Belfast Brew Suki tea, Granny’s biscuits, homemade jam and of course Tayto! Price excludes shipping.

Send those you miss a Hug from Home - #hugfromhome


ARTISAN FOCUS | Plum Pud from Kikeel - only £5!
Looking for a Christmas pud everyone will enjoy this year? Ian Shannon from Kilkeel makes an incredible Plum Pud from his Great Granny's recipe. The Bitetosavour team had them last year and can testify to the fact that it's the tastiest one we've ever had. Seriously, even we were surprised!! Check it out his pud here:

I popped down to see Ian at work here:


ArtisanNI recipe | Festive Chocolate Pots

At BITETOSAVOUR we're always asked for recipe ideas for the amazing N.Irish artisan produce that we showcase and sell. You pick up a bar of NI Cho White Chocolate from Belfast ... but what can you make with it? So we decided to have a 'Chef-in-residence' for our website and our space in Souk in Belfast. [...]

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ArtisanNI recipe | Spicy peanut noodle salad

At BITETOSAVOUR we're always asked for recipe ideas for the amazing N.Irish artisan produce that we showcase and sell. You pick up a bottle of Blackberry & Thyme Balsamic from Armagh because it looks great ... but what can you make with it? So we decided to have a 'Chef-in-residence' for our website and our space [...]

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Gluten Free Products of Northern Ireland

Not long ago we ran an Artisan Food Shop in the Love Your Home Show in Belfast. It was an extremely busy show with thousands of people milling around, but the stand-out moments from the show were those who approached us enquiring about Gluten Free products. The reason they were stand out is because of [...]

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The Craft Beer, Cider and Spirits of Northern Ireland

Over the past few year’s craft beers, cider and spirits have started to pop up all over Northern Ireland to the point that we now have a fantastic fast emerging craft brewing and distilling industry that people are starting to take note of. The best thing about craft brewers and distillers is that they’re in it for the love [...]

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N.Irish Oils, Vinegars & Balsamics Offer 3 for £12

LINKS- 3 Northern Irish Oils, Vinegars or Vinaigrettes for £12 2 Northern Irish balsamics for £15: 3 Northern Irish balsamic tasters for £12

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Oils, Balsamics, Vinegars and Vinaigrettes of Northern Ireland

The eskimos have nearly 50 words for snow. Why? Because it’s everywhere and it’s a big part of their life. In Northern Ireland we probably have just as many words for rain – my favourite being ‘It's lashing it down!’ Similarly to the eskimos, what comes out of the sky is very much a part of our lives. [...]

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The Northern Ireland Chocolate Industry

Unknown to most, Northern Ireland has played a key role in the chocolate industry. Our most famous Northern Irish chocolate pioneer, Hans Sloane, some argue, leading the charge way back in about 1690. If the name rings bell it’s because you’ve probably heard of the Square named after him in London. If you look harder, [...]

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WIN a #NIxmas - Enter Here

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