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Kai Restaurant’s pork ramen with Bord Bia quality assured eggs has been announced as the winning dish in the ‘Eggs for Anytime’ chef competition. The competition, run by Bord Bia and the Irish Egg Association, invited chefs from around the country to embrace the culinary versatility of eggs and create an eggciting recipe with Bord Bia quality assured eggs that would feature on their restaurant menu, separate to breakfast and brunch.
Ramen is really just a hearty broth pimped up with noodles, toppings and garnishes, all served in a deep comforting bowl. Kai cooks the pork chops on the bone for flavour and to keep the meat from drying out. You will find kecap manis in any Asian supermarket — it is an Indonesian soy sauce, slightly thicker and sweeter than regular soy. If not a few spoons of soy mixed with a spoon of treacle will do in its place.
The Phoenix Park is buzzing in anticipation of Bord Bia’s Bloom festival which will celebrate its thirteenth year from May 30 to June 3. Cois Na Trá Plants from Ballycroy in North West Mayo and five Mayo food and drink producers will be among those featured at this year’s event.
NUI Galway has announced the winners of the 2019 Alumni Awards to be presented at the 20th annual Alumni Awards Gala Banquet on Saturday, April 13.
Pancake Tuesday, perhaps the most exciting Tuesday of the year for both children and adults, is almost upon us. Iceland has everything you need to create perfect pancakes at home this Shrove Tuesday. Whether you prefer to make your batter from scratch or you are a fan of pre-mixed shakers, Iceland has you covered with big brands at low prices.
Bord Bia is hosting a training workshop in Galway next month specially designed for those who wish to sell at farmers’ markets. Developed by Bord Bia, ‘ Skills Training for Selling at Farmers’ Markets’ is open to Irish food, drink, seafood and horticulture producers and is aimed at both existing stall holders and first-time producers.
This January, Bord Bia is encouraging people to get inventive in the kitchen and try something new with chicken, as it launches its Quality Mark Chicken,’Make It Your Way’ campaign.
Athlone based horticulture enterprise Reilly Mushrooms received national recognition for their productive endeavours at the Bord Bia Origin Green Farmer Awards, which were held at the Heritage Hotel in Killenard.
Athlone based mushroom producers, Mary and Gerard Reilly of Reilly Mushrooms, have been shortlisted for Bord Bia’s Origin Green Farmer awards. The biennial awards recognise and reward the exceptional performance being achieved by members of its Sustainable Quality Assurance schemes for horticulture, beef and dairy.