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Beef is wonderfully versatile - you can throw it in a stir fry, roast it in the oven, whack it in a curry, or simply grill it on the barbeque and you are bound to create something tasty.
If you still feel that houmous is a bit exotic for our cool summers, then think again!
M&S has launched two new Made Without Wheat pasta salads, making lunch on the go easy and delicious for people avoiding gluten.
Today I decided to share a recipe I love, using a local, award winning, Gouda style farmhouse cheese. Carrowholly Cheese is the only cheese produced in Mayo and the garlic and chive cheese is perfect for this recipe.
I love being the food writer for the Mayo Advertiser as the perks are fantastic. Last week my wife Julie and I were invited to sample the new tasting menu at Season’s Restaurant on Main Street, Castlebar. We were greeted by owner John Mulroy and brought to a lovely window table which overlooks the Main Street. I have eaten here before and the restaurant is very clean and modern, but so comfortable that you immediately feel like you are at home. New head chef Tobias Streinetberger has brought many years’ experience of working on luxury cruise ships to Season’s Restaurant and likes to let the food and the flavours talk for themselves.
Have you ever really thought about what goes into the plate of food that is brought to your table in a restaurant? If you think about it, a large proportion of it comes down to the chef. It all starts at the back door of the restaurant, where products are unloaded every morning. Depending on the time of the year, chefs experiment, create, and make menus that are fresh, exciting, and appealing to customers all year round. Strawberries and fresh salad greens have come and gone, game and autumnal fruits are featuring now. If you do not have a good chef, then you do not have a good restaurant.
An Italian staple, vibrantly rich on the eye and wholesome to boot, with crusty bread to mop up.
Two food businesses in Mayo were forced to close during October after closure orders were issued by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI). The two food outlets — Phoenix Garden Chinese, Bridge Street, Westport and Mr Kebab, Dalton Street, Claremorris — were served closure orders by environmental health officers; Mr Kebab for breaches in food safety legislation, pursuant to the FSAI Act, 1998 and Phoenix Garden for breaches of the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010.
McWilliam Park Hotel offers a €25 menu to include a three course meal and glass of house wine on Thursday evening. Menu items include: jumbo prawn butterfly (golden fried prawns marinated with fresh ginger and garlic served with lettuce leaves and chilli sauce); lamb biryani basmati rice combined with meat flavoured saffron and mild oriental spices.