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Celebrity Kitchenware Expert and former QVC Chef Malcolm Harradine will be cooking up some mouth watering winter warmer recipes in front of a live audience at Anthony Ryans Homestore this Friday October 13th from 10am -4pm
First 1,000 Days ambassador, celebrity chef, and dad Neven Maguire is calling on the parents of Westmeath to submit their very own tried and tested recipes for the First 1,000 Days parents recipe competition. The competition is in search of the best recipes that are suitable during the first 1,000 days of life, which includes pregnancy, breastfeeding, weaning, and toddlerhood, right up to two years of age.
Of all the celebrity TV chefs, Catherine Fulvio is my favourite. You can keep your Rachels and Rozannes, Catherine is the one for me. She has a natural style and an endearing ‘nose crinkling’ smile. My copy of her last book Eat Like An Italian bears all the hallmarks of a good cookbook, being dog-eared and splattered with oil. Her enthusiasm shines through on every page. It is clear to see that she enjoys all aspects of her work from the growing of the ingredients to the creativity of the cooking and, of course, the tasting of the results.
Celebrity chef Clodagh McKenna enchanted Horkans Garden and Lifestyle Centre Turlough Castlebar on Wednesday October 30. Some 300 people turned up to support the Mayo Pink Ribbon Society for an evening of Christmas wonders, which raised around €8,000 for breast cancer research.
Once again one of the key attractions at this year’s Tullamore Show will be the Bord Bia cookery demonstrations with celebrity chef Neven Maguire and Bord Bia’s food advisor Sheila Kelly which will take place at 12 noon and 2.45pm.
One third of the food we buy ends up in the bin costing the average housholder €1,000 a year, that is according to the StopFoodWaste Campaign which will have its own stall at this year’s Galway Food Festival providing members of the public with all they need to know about food waste and creative ways to be more economical.
The growing trend for cooking at home is celebrated in a new cookbook, Food For Sharing, written by well-known and popular Kilkenny chef Anne Neary.
The Athlone Agri Show committee are delighted to announce a new addition to their line-up this year - the ‘Made in the Midlands’ Food Village. In response to the demand from visitors and local producers to include a foodie element to the popular annual show, the committee are erecting a Food Village to house stalls displaying produce from all over the Midlands and from local eateries. There will also be a wide range of cookery demos covering everything from fast food on a budget to healthy kids’ meals given by local and professional chefs.
International health guru Udo Erasmus is inviting Galway people to send him their healthy recipes. He plans to publish a free Irish healthy recipe booklet later this year and hopes to include at least one recipe from each county.