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Start Mother’s Day on the right note with a delicious and decadent brunch spread featuring savoury cheese french toast with roasted cherry tomatoes and poached eggs. The annual occasion on which mothers must be treated with ultimate love, care and affection, so involve all the children in the kitchen as you prepare the best breakfast in bed possible!
The food scene in Galway has never been in a better place. There are so many talented artisan producers and retailers offering the most amazing produce and one need only visit the plethora of farmers' markets around the county to witness this. One such business is The Friendly Farmer poultry which produces the most succulent chicken, turkey, and duck directly to your dinner table courtesy of Ronan Byrne's farm in Athenry.
Those clever chaps at Basilico Italian restaurant in Oranmore are ahead of the game, again, with their new free range and organic autumn menu. Basilico offers proper seasonal local food, and organic with a capital O; vegetables that have spent their lives knee deep in trillion-microbes-per-teaspoon loamy humus, not drip fed a Lance Armstrong cocktail of who knows what in some climate controlled polytunnel in deepest Alicante, or chickens which never saw sunlight in their life.
The Kinvara Farmers Market opens tomorrow in the garden behind Johnston’s Hall, Main Street, and will be open every Friday from 10am to 2pm until the end of October.
Galway Free Range Eggs, the biggest supplier of quality free range eggs in the west of Ireland has gone for a new look with its egg-boxes and have invested in new product packaging, delivery vehicles, and the launch of a marketing communication programme to drive sales growth throughout 2010.
Brendan and Derek Allen are the inspiration behind Castlemine Free Range. They are the latest generation to be involved in the family farm in Four-Mile-House, Co Roscommon. The Allen brothers saw an opportunity to move away from the more intensive farming methods to more traditional, slow growing style of farming. Their farming philosophy is simply that slowly grown equals greater taste.
Galway Free Range Eggs has moved to reassure consumers of the quality of its product following the news that a businessman who runs an unrelated firm is facing fraud charges in the UK over the distribution of eggs falsely labelled as free range or organic.