Cow’s Lane Design Market

Saturdays 10:00am – 5:00pm
www.templebar.ie/Market/ Designer_Mart

Ireland VS Wales
Sunday, February 5 @ 3:00pm Live on RTE 2 & BBC 1 RBS Six-Nations opening match for Ireland and Wales will be broadcast live from the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Why not head to a local pub this Sunday afternoon to watch the match and a have a bit of fun with Dubliners showing their Irish pride!
*Remember, you don’t have to order alcohol in pubs here… soda, tea, coffee or juice are all acceptable orders!

Comedy Crunch @ The Stag’s Head
Great comedy & free ice cream every Sunday & Monday night at 9:00pm.

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This Sunday meet Claire in the Augustine Lobby at 8:15 to head over as a group!
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Easy Recipe & Life Tip: Cooking to Beat Homesickness…
sometimes a little taste of home is all you need to chase the blues away! Macaroni & Cheese Directions: Preheat the oven to 180º Centigrade. Melt 6 tablespoons of butter in a non-stick saucepan on low heat. Add the flour and cook while stirring for about 3 minutes. When the butter and flour mixture is a pale yellow add the hot milk, a little at a time, until incorporated and you have a thick sauce. Add the cheddar cheese and heat until melted. Turn the heat off. Mix the cooked pasta with the cheese sauce and season with salt and black pepper. Grease an oven dish with a little oil. Sprinkle half the Parmesan on the bottom of the dish and top with macaroni. Melt 2 tablespoons of butter. Add the breadcrumbs and dried mixed herbs and stir to coat. Sprinkle the buttery herby breadcrumbs on top of the macaroni & cheese. Bake for 20 minutes, take the dish out of the oven and sprinkle remaining Parmesan on top. Put back in the oven for another ten minutes or until the Parmesan topping is golden. Ingredients: 8 Tbsp butter 6 Tbsp flour 31/2 cups hot milk Salt and ground black pepper 3 cups of cheddar, grated 1 cup of parmesan cheese, grated 1 lb of macaroni, cooked 1/2 cup breadcrumbs 1/2 tsp dried mixed herbs

What’s on at the IFI?
For all listings visit www.ifi.ie

Cheap Lunch: Mao
Café Mao provides great value and very quick service. The specific dishes may not be completely true to the region’s traditional cuisine, but it’s great Asian food! €9.50 for hot lunch and a beverage. www.cafemao.com ‘Mao To Go’ delivers to the apartments!

Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011) The film focuses on Martha (Elizabeth Olsen), a young woman who flees from an abusive cult in the Catskill Mountains that is led by an enigmatic leader, Patrick (John Hawkes). Lucy (Sarah Paulson) , Martha's older sister, receives a call from a pay phone one day from Martha, asking her to come and get her. Martha, who has been missing for two years, slowly begins to assimilate into her sister's family, but her increasing paranoia leads her to believe that Patrick and his cult may still be watching her every move

Super Bowl Sunday!
Watching the Super Bowl in Dublin can be difficult… many places hosting Super Bowl parties are asking people to book ahead (only some are charging covers) of the night to keep crowds under control. Check out the following spots to see if places are still available:
Trinity Bar (Dame St) Peadar Kearney’s (Dame St) Buskers (Fleet St) D Two (Harcourt St) The Arlington (Dame St) Dandelion (Stephen’s Green) Sinnotts Bar (South King St) Murrays (Upper O’Connell St) Captain Americas (Grafton St) Woolshed Baa (Parnell St) Bull & Castle (Christchurch)

Green Drinks Dublin
Tuesday, February 7 @ 6:00pm Conn Flynn, Conservation Officer with the Irish Wildlife Trust, is this month’s guest speaker at Green Drinks Dublin hosted at Messrs Maguire on Burgh Quay. This is a free event & they even serve snacks to mingle and chat over after! Green Drinks is a simple idea that’s gone global. Once a month in 448 cities around the world people with an interest in green issues get together to chat, share ideas and raise a glass to a brighter future.
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