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The luxury five star g Hotel & Spa, together with its award winning AA rosette Restaurant gigi’s, has announced the appointment of Jason O’Neill to the role of head chef. O’Neill makes a welcome return to the g having previously worked in the hotel as sous chef for a number of years. He rejoins the g to take up this new role after gaining valuable experience as head chef of a well-known seafood restaurant in Barna, Galway, where his food and menus were a huge success. O’Neill brings more than 12 years' experience to his role and holds a passion for simple, deliciously flavoured food, second to none.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland says that there is now a crisis in the shortage of chefs in the country, and an investment in training is needed urgently. The organisation is calling on the Minister for Education Jan O'Sullivan to re-establish CERT, the former State Tourism Training Agency, with immediate effect.
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Culinary students from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology have scooped a range of top awards at this year’s IFEX Culinary Competition in Belfast.
The best of Mayo’s food produce will be showcased at a fundraising event by the Chefs of Mayo on Thursday March 6, in Breaffy House Hotel.
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.
The g, one of Ireland’s leading five star hotels, will host a gala dinner to announce this year’s recipient of the David Gumbleton memorial prize. The award, which is in its seventh year, was created in memory of David Gumbleton, one of Australia’s brightest culinary stars, who passed away in 2004. The g’s relationship with David Gumbleton began at the original launch of the hotel.
Jp McMahon of Eat Galway (Eat Gastropub and Aniar Restaurant) has been invited as one of two food ambassadors to speak at the renowned Toronto convention, Terroir 2013, next month. The convention is a hospitality symposium of chefs, food leaders, food writers, food and wine experts, and business leaders.
Applications for GMIT Hotel School culinary programmes will close on Friday May 18 and those interested in a career in the hospitality industry are advised to apply now.
The Hotel School in GMIT Galway will host the first national “Foodie Forum” on Thursday 2 February. The event will be an interactive oneday experience which will showcase the abundance and variety of excellent local and artisan produce available in Ireland. The event aims to support local food businesses and promote consumer sustainability.