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The Galway Food festival now in its 4th year will take place over the Easter bank holiday weekend from Thursday 2nd to Monday 6th April.
The idea of cooking with tea is nothing new, but the idea of making tea from entirely indigenous ingredients is part and parcel of the philosophy at Aniar. This is the basis of the new tasting menu introduced this week. As always, this is a menu dotted with native seaweeds, wild herbs, and berries, and reflects Aniar’s billing of itself as “a terroir-based restaurant”, a farm to table culinary experience. Terroir refers to the soil and climate imbuing food and wine with the flavours of a region and, as such, carries lots of potential for pretentiousness. This they somehow manage to avoid, this is traditional food made contemporary proving that profound truths can be spoken plainly.
When it comes to cookery classes, I have to admit I am a bit of a veteran. I have more than a couple of stints with the Allen family in Ballymaloe under my belt, I have had a nose around Paul Flynn's Tannery School in Dungarven. I have even tucked my knees under the bountiful table at River Cottage HQ with Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, still possibly the happiest day of my life (sorry kids).
A popular travel programme featuring a curmudgeonly comedian attempting to complete a bucket list has inspired local DJ Rita Scott to offer one Mayo parent an adventurous prize.
Galway city’s Michelin star restaurant Anair added yet another accolade to its ever increasing list after its Boutique Cookery School scooped the Innovative Cookery Course award at the Good Food Ireland Awards.
Here is something a little different for those of you with a competitive streak. The granddaddy of all Irish food festivals, Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival, has a really exciting competition for you, marking its 59th year. If you are passionate about food and local products, its Best of the West recipe competition, run in conduction with LookWest.ie, has been designed to showcase all the wonderful food and producers of the entire western region.
One of Ireland’s leading Michelin star chefs Kevin Thornton stepped out of the kitchen to launch the country’s longest running food festival, the 59th Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival.
The popular Cava Spanish restaurant and tapas bar, which closed earlier this year, will reopen at a new premises in Middle Street next month.
It was a successful night for the restaurant industry in Galway on Tuesday with local eateries taking eight gongs at the Santa Rita/LIFE magazine Irish Restaurant Awards 2013, including three national awards.
Failte Ireland hosted an interactive food tourism workshop this week in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway.