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Following the recent purchase and current refurbishment of the Virginia Park Lodge by internationally known chef Richard Corrigan, Matthews auctioneers has been instructed to sell the unrequired residual contents by public auction.
Following the recent purchase and refurbishment of The Virginia Park Lodge, Co Cavan by internationally known chef Richard Corrigan, Matthews Auctioneers have been honoured with the instruction to sell the unrequired residual contents by public auction. Included in this exciting sale will be lots originally from Clonhugh House, Lough Owel, Co Westmeath, home of Lord Greville MP for Westmeath (1865-1874) to be sold on behalf of Mr and Mrs Harvey-Kelly. Property of other valued clients will also be included in this auction.
Westport will be bustling full of festival revellers this weekend as the Westport Festival of Music and Food will take place in the grounds of Westport House on Saturday and Sunday.
This weekend the Mayor of Kilkenny David Fitzgerald is gathering the troops to put in a final effort to glam up our city before the Tidy Towns judges roll into town with their adjudication sheets.
Larger-than-life renowned chef Richard Corrigan will be in Kilkenny next week to headline a special dining event at local restaurant Campagne to celebrate its recent award from the Restaurant Association of Ireland of Best Restaurant in Leinster and mark the popular eatery’s fourth year in business.
Many students are now finding out just how good they had it at home, arriving at the dinner table just as the plates are served and then out of there at the speed of light once the last morsel is eaten.
Sheridan’s Cheesemongers has introduced a delicious new duck confit to its artisan range of foods. Expanding beyond its fantastic range of farmhouse and European cheeses, the duck confit is a welcome addition for fans of the quality Irish cheesemongers. Sheridan’s premier range also consists of a variety of wines, cured meats, pastas, and olive oils among other specialities for cooking and eating. Sheridan’s was awarded Food & Wine magazine’s Hall of Fame award alongside Richard Corrigan at the annual Food & Wine awards in August.
There was a time when allotments were a common feature in towns and cities, especially in the UK where it formed a strategic part of Britain’s recovery after World War II. If you take the train through the countryside in the UK you will still see some extremely well tended plots that have been there for many years. Home gardening and allotments were also an extremely important factor in the USA where, in 1945, 20 million members of the public produced 45 per cent of the nation’s vegetable requirements. Recently Michelle Obama put on her wellies and, along with a group of children, opened an organic plot in the grounds of the White House.
Green Dragon skipper Ian Walker will be the guest of honour at this year’s Galway International Oyster Festival.