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The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival has launched a seafood trail, taking in 17 of the city’s leading seafood establishments, as part of this year’s festival, which takes place over the weekend.
Next recipe on Bord Bia's seafood campaign is the delicious oysters from Ireland.
Sligo Oyster Experience has launched the Sligo Oyster Farm Tour, an immersive guided tour and visit to the Coney Island working oyster farm on the shores of Sligo Bay, overlooked by the majestic Belbulben and Knocknarea.
Natives. Flats. Native flats. Ostrea edulis – whatever you call our native oysters they are as much a part of the food fabric and history of Ireland as our butter.
This year’s Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival, a highlight on the Wild Atlantic Way Calendar, runs from 28th to 30th September 2018, a festival 64 years in the making celebrating an Irish tradition thousands of years old. Galway, the country and this iconic festival may all have changed over those 64 years but what the Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival celebrates is timeless – that unchanging Irish tradition and treasure, and the ongoing pleasure given by those little heroes in a half shell.
The stunning book Oyster Gastronomy by Máirín Uí Chomáin and Michael O’Meara has been selected to represent Ireland at the forthcoming World Cookbook Awards in Yantai, China, in May this year.
Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling and people wishing to pursue a new career. But which course should you take?
Oysters and all things seafood are the name of the game in Murrisk from today, Friday September 2 to Sunday September 4 during the first Murrisk Oyster Festival. There will be something for everyone, oyster tours, oyster opening competitions, oyster jazz, and a seafood shindig. All the oysters are local and supplied by Sean O’Grady of Murrisk Shellfish.
The inaugural Clarinbridge Oyster Marathon will take place on September 10 this year.
On Monday afternoon the residents and business people of Crossmolina were still dealing with the after effects of the flooding that saw the town submerged on Saturday after Storm Desmond brought a torrent of rainfall that saw business people and residents in the town scrambling all day to save their properties. The streets of the town were littered with remnants of sandbags that had been bundled up in front of the doors of shops as owners tried to keep the waters, which reached over three feet, at bay.