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It would have been hard to live anywhere in Ireland this past week and not know that the National Ploughing Championships were taking place in Athy, Co Kildare. Several radio stations even moved their entire broadcasting base to Athy for the three days. Going to the ploughing is a bit like going to the oyster festival for many people, ie, the main attraction is no longer the centre of attention. Many people I met there this week had absolutely no intention of looking at any ploughing; most were there for a ‘day out’ with no agenda.
Along with its nearby neighbour, Moran’s of the Weir, I reckon Paddy Burke’s must be one of the best known landmark pubs in the country. I pass by the front door most days and there are always cars turning in to park, especially tourists who have heard the name or have been there previously. For myself it is the place of one of my earliest culinary memories. During the mid to late 1970s I was a regular diner there, that was when bar food had just moved from ‘hang sandwiches’ to toasted sandwiches (really posh) and to hot food. My absolute favourite dish back then was chicken cordon bleu and it was the most popular dish on their menu for many years. The luxury of it, breaded on the outside, ham on the inside, and a cheesy sauce oozed out as soon as it was cut. I am sure many readers will remember this dish too.
Sofia’s Restaurant, Left Bank Mall, is wheat, dairy, and sugar free. All meat and fish are organic or wild, with the most popular dishes including beef Thai salad, homemade sushi, wild seawater monkfish wrap, Sophia’s 100 per cent organic steak sandwich, and tandoori chicken salad. The restaurant is run by Dr Eric Dilworth, GP, and Imelda Geraghty of Circle of Life.
Today sees the launch of the new Martin Divilly's Barbeque Range - their biggest yet! They have everything you need for the summer barbeque, from their succulent Aberdeen Angus Burgers to their homemade pork and chive sausages.
This is a fairly new purpose built restaurant on the road from Ballyvaughan to Fanore. As you arrive at the T-junction in the village of Ballyvaughan, left will take you to the Ailwee Caves and the Corkscrew Hill, and turning right brings you to Fanore. An Fulacht Fia restaurant is just about a mile out the Fanore road on your left hand side and with fabulous sea views. It is built with lots of stone and blends in perfectly with its surroundings, in fact so much so that you need to keep your eyes peeled to spot the entrance. However once you are in the door there is a beautiful modern dining room with sumptuous dining chairs, good oversized tables, starched white linen, and proper wine glasses, all a good start to an evening.
Thousands of beef farmers descended on Kilkenny this week to attend an important conference organised to discuss beef production in this country as an industry.
Grilled steak with avocado, mango, and kidney bean salsa
Celebrity chef Derry Clarke will tomorrow (Friday December 3) launch his new 'Kitchen' food range in the new Joyce’s Supermarket in Tuam between 12pm to 4pm, and in their Knocknacarra outlet between 5pm to 8pm.
The Palace Bar, Athlone has launched a new lunchtime bar menu which is sure to please all customers.
A delicious recipe from www.bordbia.ie