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This new Dublin food stall looks absolutely divine

Currabinny will give you serious food envy.

JAMES KAVANAGH IS one of the country’s most prolific and popular Snapchatters. (We even included him on this list of Irish people you need to be following on Snapchat.)

And now Kavanagh has added another string to his bow and dipped his toe in the foodie world for the first time.

Over the weekend, Kavanagh and his boyfriend William Murray debuted their new food venture, Currabinny, at the Spirit of Dublin Craft Fair over the weekend.

And if these photos are anything to go by, it was delicious. 

Firstly, they served up pots of ruby chard and chestnut mushroom korma

Come to Mama.

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As well as “Glamnilla Shortbreads”

That’s vanilla shortbread dusted with edible gold dust, naturally.

As if that weren’t enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, they also had a rather delicious pecan, white chocolate and banana loaf for sale


Can you see those chunks of @greenandblacks White Chocolate inside our banana loaf? 👌🏻#CurrabinnyFood

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The most popular item on the menu, though? Lemon and rosemary biscuits.


Most popular thing: our Rosemary & Lemon Biscuits 🍋#TeelingCraftFair #CurrabinnyFood

A photo posted by Currabinny (@currabinny) on

Which look like they’d be rather heavenly with a cuppa, if you ask us

As you might expect, everything sold out

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As the lads wrote on Facebook:

What an amazing day – we haven’t a crumb left. Now that we’ve officially popped our food market cherry, we’re hungry for more.

Expect to see them at a market near you soon, so.

In the meantime, remind us to buy edible gold dust next time we’re down the shops, yeah?

It just makes everything look so goddamned pretty.

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