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The Bollinger World Oyster Opening Championship, a highlight of the 57th Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival, takes place on Saturday from 12pm in the festival marquee on Dock Road.
The 57th Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival makes a welcome return to the marquee in Galway Harbour next weekend. The festival has been acclaimed as “one of the 12 greatest shows on earth” by The Sunday Times, and attracts over 10,000 international and local attendees each September.
Martin Shanahan, star of RTE’s hit TV programme Martin’s Mad About Fish stepped out of the kitchen to officially launch the 57th Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival, taking place from September 23 to 25, 2011.
The 57th Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival, September 23 - 25 2011, will make a welcome return to a marquee this year and will be located at Galway Harbour.
This week Galway’s favourite fish shop, Galway Bay Seafood’s will feature on the popular RTE programme Martin’s Still Mad About Fish. The programme is presented by chef Martin Shanahan whose mission is to get people eating more fish!
Dietitian Heather Miller, who holds clinics in Balla, Castlebar and Ballindine this week talks about Omega 3.
This Good Friday seafood lovers can enjoy a speciality fish and seafood menu as part of the Good Friday Agreement, a culinary night in the Hotel Meyrick. The event will take place on Friday April 22 in the appropriately named Oyster Bar & Grill restaurant.
I well remember back in 1986 when Gay and Freda Fleming opened their fish shop in Dominick Street. I was a regular customer and it had a great selection even then. After a few years they decided to move into the home delivery business and have been delivering to customers as far away as Dublin ever since.
Smith’s SuperValu, Monksland, Athlone; Glasson Village Restaurant; and The Fish Market in Mullingar were all awarded membership to the prestigious BIM Seafood Circle for 2011 this week.
During the last few days we heard the sad news about the Harvest Wine Shop in Oranmore and my heart goes out to all who worked there. I hope everyone will find a job in the near future. However, there was also some good news in Oranmore as a new fresh fish shop called Ali’s Fish Shop opened. Regular readers may remember I mentioned his other shop in Barna when it opened in 2010, Ali is obviously a courageous man and all I can say is “fair play to him”.