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Ballyheane butcher Clive Lavelle has continued on a winning streak for his famous sausages.
Finnerty’s butchers, which is located on the ground floor of the Eyre Square Shopping Centre and in Oughterard, has just scooped a top award at the All Ireland Craft Butcher Product competitions. It won supreme champion in the sausages and puddings section, quite an achievement when you think that there are about 500 butchers in the association and about 300 in the competition. Nevin Maguire was the main judge at the event so we can assume that the winners were all pretty impressive. I had often passed by the shop but never shopped there, so I decided to call in and try some of the award winning products. The main shop is in Oughterard and it has been supplying locally sourced meat for the last 50 years and supplies many of the main Connemara hotels like the Abbeyglen, Renvyle House, and Cashel House.
The best lamb, beef, pork, bacon and poultry from an award winning butcher.
Brendan Loughnane master butcher on the Headford Road is offering a great five day meal deal. It is pretty hard to beat this for value at €20. You can buy enough meat/chicken to feed a family of five/six for five days. That works out at about 70 cents per person per meal. Add some Irish potatoes, a veg or two, and the result will feed and nourish the family for a week.
IFA national livestock committee chairman Michael Doran said to ensure security of payment and the most competitive prices, livestock farmers should sell livestock through their local mart.
Well known Ballinasloe butcher Joe Hayes is the driving force behind the National Butchery Academy which is offering 50 places for unemployed people on a new Industrial Meat Processing course starting in January. The National Butchery Academy was recently launched by Eamon O Cuív TD, Minister for Social Protection, and applicants are expected from the entire region including Mayo which has a strong tradition in the meat industry.
A Ballinasloe butcher has launched a National Butchery Academy with the aim of taking up to 50 unemployed people and training them up in the all things meaty.
Instead of travelling the length and breadth of the country to view livestock before making a purchasing decision, farmers in Westmeath can now view these livestock first online before deciding to travel, thanks to an innovative new website launched today called www.pedigreecattle.ie.
This very easy recipe mixes traditional comfort food with heart-healthy lentils, the perfect combination for a warming dinner on winter evenings.
Warm up your winter evenings with this hearty and delicious dish from Oscar’s restaurant.