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If you have an interest in food and would like to work with food now is the time to do it. There are currently up to 5,000 vacancies for qualified chefs in Ireland. The Irish International Hotel and Catering School can help to get you on the right track to start your career. It offers a full-time and part-time QQI major awards in professional cookery at Level 5 and 6 on the National Framework of Qualifications.
Of all the celebrity TV chefs, Catherine Fulvio is my favourite. You can keep your Rachels and Rozannes, Catherine is the one for me. She has a natural style and an endearing ‘nose crinkling’ smile. My copy of her last book Eat Like An Italian bears all the hallmarks of a good cookbook, being dog-eared and splattered with oil. Her enthusiasm shines through on every page. It is clear to see that she enjoys all aspects of her work from the growing of the ingredients to the creativity of the cooking and, of course, the tasting of the results.
Once again one of the key attractions at this year’s Tullamore Show will be the Bord Bia cookery demonstrations with celebrity chef Neven Maguire and Bord Bia’s food advisor Sheila Kelly which will take place at 12 noon and 2.45pm.
The last outpost of civilisation before you reach Salthill, when Kai opened, it opened with a bang and very quickly achieved a cult following. It suffered not a jot from teething problems, it was a fully formed concept practically from the word go. Kai was unpretentious and fun with flower and seed strewn salads piled on boards, big Ortiz tuna tins filled with bread, and the sun spilling through the skylight even on the dullest of days illuminating the lunchtime altar of cakes. Everyone's favourite Kiwi chef Jess Murphy brings her own brand of kitchen voodoo and you know you are a regular when you grow to understand husband and partner-in-crime David Murphy's accent at front of house.
The growing trend for cooking at home is celebrated in a new cookbook, Food For Sharing, written by well-known and popular Kilkenny chef Anne Neary.
A new cookbook, Inside the Italian Kitchen by Italian chef Marco Roccasalvo and food writer Anne Kennedy, will be launched in L’Arco Italian restaurant in Ballyvaughan on Monday March 28 at 7.30pm. Marco Roccasalvo will also host a cookery demonstration on Tuesday, March 29 at 7pm in L’Arco.
Gerry Galvin was born in Drumcollogher, Co Limerick in 1942 and now lives in Oughterard, Co Galway. He is a chef and former restauranteur at the renowned Drimcong restaurant, and is the author of two cookbooks, The Drimcong Food Affair and Everyday Gourmet. He is a columnist for Organic Matters magazine. His poetry and short stories have been published widely in newspapers and magazines in both the UK and Ireland. This poem is from his latest collection No Recipe (Doíre Press, €12).
What kind of cook are you? Are you the type of cook that loves nothing more than a table full of your friends admiring your culinary skills, and boasting the dishes you’ve spent years perfecting? Or are you the type of cook that may find cracking an egg or beans on toast the limit to your cooking skills? Whichever one you are, the Bay Leaf Restaurant, Turlough, has a cooking course to suit you.
Many students are now finding out just how good they had it at home, arriving at the dinner table just as the plates are served and then out of there at the speed of light once the last morsel is eaten.
Graiguenamanagh chef Edward Hayden will launch his first cookbook, Edward Entertains, in The Duiske Inn on Friday October 17 at 8.30pm.