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Galway 2020’s Project Baa Baa will present the first of its events as a part of Sheep 2018 Farm to Fork in Athenry this weekend.
Sunday is not complete without a roast dinner but for many, this age-old tradition has become somewhat lost in recent years. Now, SALT Restaurant & Bar at 163 Upper Salthill is reviving the traditional Sunday roast… but it’s doing so with a twist.
In the year 1132, the King of Munster besieged Dún Bun na Gaillimhe (the fortification at the mouth of Galway) on Mutton Island and and destroyed the castle. There is a reference in the year 1190 to Lismacuan, ‘The Fort on the Mouth of the Harbour’. In 1641 an order was made that the lands of Mutton Island were to be made use of as commonage for the inhabitants of Galway.
Sheep farmers from all over the region are invited to enter a special ewe with twin lambs competition which will be held at Roscommon Mart on Wednesday April 29, the opening day of this year’s Roscommon Lamb Festival.
Another bank holiday is on the horizon. And much like last Sunday’s leg of lamb which took pride of place at many a table, the upcoming May bank holiday weekend plays homage to lovely lambs.
Enjoy the best lamb, beef, pork, bacon, and poultry from award winning butcher Brendan Loughnane.
The exhibition of paintings by Paddy Lamb entitled Memory of Absence will wrap up its run at the Custom House Studios in Westport this Sunday evening, February 17.
Olivier Ravoire Côtes du Rhône (All good wine shops, €10.99)
Seamus Bracken Butchers is marking 21 years in business in Mullingar this Saturday with a celebratory barbecue at their shop on the Tullamore Road.
Sheep farmers are under extreme financial pressure at the present time, and the very future of the sector in Ireland is being threatened through excessive lamb price cutting by both the retailers and the factories.