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It’s hard to believe that two years have come to an end but we are thrilled that the support we have given to Irish Guide Dogs now has a happy ending for all.

We are delighted to report the outcome of the 3 pups we sponsored back at the end of 2018 have had the following results:

Izzy – is now a Guide Dog with a lady in Cork

Champ – is now a Guide Dog with a gentleman in Louth

Hank – is now an Assistance Dog for a family in Cork who’s son has autism. He has been in training with them since last month.

Amazing! Well done to the Team of raisers and trainers at Irish Guide Dogs!

Izzy - Irish Guide Dogs - graduates

"We really cannot thank you enough for all you have done for the 3 dogs and indeed those three lives you have truly changed. We are so very grateful and thank you sincerely."

- John Burke of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind

Hank - Irish Guide Dogs - graduates

We are thrilled to announce we are running the hugely successful Light Up A Life Christmas competition again this year!

The winner, chosen at random from the Facebook competition, will win a €1000 donation for a charity of their choice from Rosie & Jim.

But that's not all!

For the winner themselves we have a sumptuous Christmas hamper with festive favourites including a whole host of tempting tipples.

And, as if that's not enough, the winner also receives tickets for a family of four to The Sound Of Music in The Grand Canal Theatre on December 28th @ 7.30pm. These tickets have been upgraded with 2 family snack packs for the show :)

So with so much to win head over to the Rosie & Jim Facebook Page now and let us know what Charity you want to nominate for the amazing €1000 donation.  Like & Comment with your Charity to enter. Winner will be announced on 19th December.

Best of luck everyone!

(This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook)


What's inside the The Amazing Christmas Extravaganza Hamper -

Domaine De Cibadies Cabernet Sauvignon 75cl
Domaine De Cibadies Sauvignon Blanc 75cl
Cornelius’s Irish Lemony Homemade Lemonade 750ml
Cooleeney Farmhouse Creamy Cheese 200g
Ducs De Gascogne Traditional Duck Terrine 65g
Ballintubber Cheddar with Chilli & Black Pepper 200g
Union Hall Irish Salmon Pate 150g
Farmhouse Biscuits Luxury Stilton & Sweet Fig Savoury Biscuits 125g
Slievebloom Farmhouse Irish Cranberry Chutney 225g
Folláin Cranberry Sauce 240g  - Great Taste Award
Hartys Ginger Cumberland Jelly with Port  230g - Great Taste Awards
Florrie's Award Winning Ham Glaze 190g
Slievebloom Farmhouse Spiced Marmalade 320g-Great Taste Award
Lily O'Brien's Hanging Tree (Salted Chocolate Caramels) 108grms
York Fruits,an assortment of Fruit Flavour Jellies 200g
Sweet Boutique Christmas Mallows 170g
Cottage Delight Indulgent Festive Fudge 100g (made with butter, mixed peel, raisins, almonds and festive spices for a little taste of Christmas)
Seery's Luxury Traditional Christmas Pudding 454g
Farmhouse Biscuits Christmas Carol Tin of Orange Spiced Biscuits 150g
Sam's Cookies Iced Luxury Christmas Cake 500g
Sam's Cookies Award Winning Christmas Slice 160g A decadent layer of Shortbread with Mincemeat Topped with Irish Butter Crumble
Keoghs Roast Turkey & Secret Stuffing Gourmet Crisps 125g
Shropshire Spice Plum & Ginger Wholemeal Hand Blended Stuffing Mix 150g
Green Saffron Turkey Delight Spice Blend, innovative blend of fresh Indian spices and Country Winner for Ireland at International Sial d’Or awards.
Hampers & Co Natural Soy Wax Candle "Christmas Nights" 175g
Box of 6 Luxury Christmas Crackers
Collectors Box of 4 Stunning Handmade Christmas Decorations
 
Presented in a Wicker Basket with Full Leather Straps

 

 

Did you know?

We are thrilled to announce that our plastic packaging is now recyclable!

 

 

Dear Jim

On behalf of St Conleths LGFC I would like to thank you for your generous sponsorship towards our club. It is sponsorships like this that keeps our club running from year to year. Please accept this letter as an appreciation and we also enclose a receipt in respect of same.

Many thanks,

Catherine, St. Conleths L.G.F.C.

Many thanks for your letter Catherine. Rosie & Jim are only delighted to support St. Conleth’s Ladies team!  All at Rosie & Jim would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the very best of luck in the up coming Feile Competitions on June 29th.

https://www.facebook.com/stconlethslgfa/

Woohoo - we're celebrating! Rosie & Jim won 2 Awards at the Irish Quality Food Awards last night!

Rosie & Jim Battered Chicken Chunks won first place in the 'Free From - Frozen Savoury' category.

And our Rosie & Jim's Southern Fried Chicken Goujons won the 'Frozen Food – Savoury' first place award! 

Tracey and Peter, pictured above, picked up the awards last night.

Rosie and Jim were delighted to sponsor €1000 for the BS#ARP Studios School Annual Showcase Event on May 9th and 10th.

Well done to all the talented performers and to all those behind the scenes!

Follow  BS#ARP on their Facebook page -

https://www.facebook.com/bsharpstudiosportarlington/

Rosie & Jim are pleased to sponsor the Friends of the Coombe €200 for their fundraising event - 'Clash of the Titans' on Sunday 29th September at The Button Factory, Temple Bar.

The fundraiser is to help raise money for the ongoing campaign to raise €75,000 to purchase the world’s most advanced premature baby clinical simulator to transform the way in which healthcare professionals at the Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital develop and maintain the critical clinical skills needed for when it matters most.

Friends of the Coombe is a registered charity that was established in 1982 to raise funds to assist the development of the Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital. The Hospital’s commitment to a philosophy of care which is family centred is visible in all aspects of its work.
The Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital is one of the largest and most comprehensive providers of women and infant health care in Europe. The hospital cares for up to 10,000 pregnant women every year. Additionally, approximately 1,200 infants are admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Centre and over 8,000 adult surgical operations are performed. The hospital provides comprehensive care for women and infants at local, regional and national levels.

There is enormous pressure on resources and, through fundraising alone, supporters have helped the charity purchase a long list of vital equipment which enhances the quality of care provided right across the hospital. And, like all charities, we have to prioritise need and so we work closely with the medical staff to ensure that we focus on the things which cannot be funded from other resources.

Find out more about this Fundraiser >

Follow the updates on their Facebook page >

We are delighted to have sponsored the Fisherstown Tractor Run in aid of the Cuisle Cancer Support Centre in Portlaoise.

Congratulations to all involved in putting together such a great family day out and raising funds towards such worthy cause! Well Done!! 

The Cuisle Centre provide a warm, safe and welcoming environment for people diagnosed with cancer and their families affected by it.
Cuisle Centre is a charity and all services are free to patients & family.

Find out more about the Centre on the website - http://www.cuislecentre.com/

Rosie & Jim are thrilled to announce we have won the Innovation Award at the FreeFrom Food Awards 2020!

Our Southern Fried Fillets won Gold in Kids Choice; Our Battered Chunks won Gold in Parents Choice AND our the Rosie & Jim Gluten Free Range have won the Innovation Award!

Thanks to everyone at FreeFrom Food Awards who provide a fantastic service for all the Free From consumers in Ireland.
 

The 5th FreeFrom Food Awards Ireland 2020 took place on Thursday 8th October, with the eagerly awaited announcements made virtually, following pandemic related delays. “We are delighted to get the news out to our winners, ahead of the Christmas shopping season,” says John Burke, founder of the FreeFrom Food Awards Ireland. “Finally those that have won awards can proudly display them, helping freefrom consumers to pick the best quality products available to them.”

Over 500 entries were judged both before and after lockdown, with fully socially distanced panel sessions completing the process in July. The Awards ceremony was due to take place live within the government guidelines until the recent changes resulted in the event taking place online. “We’re all missing the opportunity to meet up and see judges, entrants and friends,” says Burke. “But most importantly entrants have been waiting patiently to find out who has won what and to show their customers how well their products measure up in this growing market.

Check out their website: https://www.fffa.ie/

Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FFFAIreland

Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IrishFreefromFoodAwards

We are thrilled to announce the winner of our Light Up a Life Facebook competition.

Congratulations Fiona Staunton and family from Co. Westmeath on winning €1000 for your chosen charity - Aoibheann's Pink Tie!

Fiona also wins a sumptuous Christmas hamper with festive favourites including a whole host of tempting tipples.

And, as if that's not enough, she also receives tickets for a family of four to The Sound Of Music in The Grand Canal Theatre.

About Aoibheann’s Pink Tie

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie was set up in 2010 after Jimmy Norman’s daughter, Aoibheann, passed away. During their long battle with cancer, Jimmy met with a lot of parents going through the trauma of having a child with cancer, and more specifically identified with the financial burden that inevitably follows diagnosis. They are registered with the Irish Cancer Society and affiliated with St. John’s Oncology Ward in Crumlin Hospital. Olympic gold medal champion Katie Taylor is their charity ambassador.

So what does Aoibheann’s Pink Tie do? They provide financial and practical help to those families in need of it. This will hopefully allow the families the ability to focus on their child and working through their illness. Families are often lost in the mix when their children go through this battle, but it’s not just the child that gets cancer, it’s the whole family as each is affected and must struggle.

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie raise funds through various events and fundraisers and use this to support families who are recommended to by the senior social worker in St. John’s Ward Crumlin Hospital.

Find out more on their website - aoibheannspinktie.ie

Keep up to date on their Facebook page - www.facebook.com/pg/aoibheannspinktie

 

Rosie & Jim have once again sponsored the Meat Products Category in the Coeliac Society of Ireland Food List 2022!

Check out our full list of Gluten Free Products on page 137 of this invaluable bumper 320 paged guide.

 

Coeliac Society of Ireland Food List 2022

Each year the Coeliac Society produces a “List of Gluten-Free Manufactured Products”, also referred to as the “Food List”.

The Food List is compiled in accordance with current EC legislation. The booklet also features “own brand” products that are “gluten-free” from some of the main supermarket chains. If you are a coeliac and eat any processed foods, a current Food List is a valuable resource in selecting food.

Many people are confused by allergen labelling and the more recent EC Gluten-free Labelling Legislation. Members are turning to the Food List for reassurance about what is safe to eat.

About Coeliac Society of Ireland Food List >

2 Gluten Free Rosie & Jim Garlic Chicken Kiev
Potatoes, peeled and chopped in half
1 or 2 sprigs of Spring Onion chopped – the white side only
Splash of Milk
Tablespoon of Butter
10-12 Medium sized Asparagus, chop the ends off
Lemon juice, freshly squeezed
Olive Oil
Salt / Pepper

Heat the oven to 190oC or 170oC for fan assisted ovens.

Place the Rosie & Jim Chicken Kiev’s on a baking tray and bake for 25-30 minutes (35-40 minutes if frozen).  Set a timer, just in case!

While they are cooking, chop the potatoes into chucks so that they will cook in 30 minutes.

Boil or steam the potatoes – whichever you prefer, until cooked.

Top Tip - * If your family love mashed potato and you hate mashing, we highly recommend you invest in a Potato Ricer. Smooth mashed potato in minutes without the hard work - it’s a very handy gadget for the kitchen!*

Chop the Spring Onion thinly – using only the white end of the onion.

Steam the Asparagus for 5-6 minutes. If they are very thick they may need another minute, but you want them al dente and crisp.

When the potato is cooked, mash the potatoes in a pan; add a splash of milk, the butter and season with salt and pepper. When it’s nice and creamy add in most of the Spring Onion, but keep a little for plating up.

When the Asparagus are cooked, but still have a little bite, take them off the heat and add a pinch of salt, pepper and a little drizzle of olive oil.

The Rosie & Jim Garlic Chicken Kiev should be ready now, so take them out of the oven and plate up –
Spoon some of the creamy mashed potato on the plate.
Add the Chicken Kiev on top.
Place the Asparagus on the plate and squeeze a little Lemon Juice over it.
Sprinkle the remaining Spring Onion on top

Serve up to your waiting loved one and wait to hear the Mmmmmmmm...!