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Two Mayo businesses are in the running for the Great Carvery of the Year awards, following the announcement of the shortlist for Great Carvery Hotel of the Year and Great Carvery Public House of the Year. Mulroy’s Gastropub located on Main Street, Castlebar, has been nominated in the Public House section as one of three finalists from Connacht and 12 nationally, while The Dalton Hotel on Dalton Street, Claremorris, has been nominated in the hotel section.
The team at the Galway Bay Hotel have picked up yet another award at the Unilever Foods Solutions Great Carvery of the Year 2013, held at the Herbert Park Hotel in Dublin recently. The hotel was awarded Best Hotel Carvery in Connacht, which is a testament of the quality of food and service provided in Harvest Café under the watchful eye of executive chef Robert Webster.
Fourteen of Ireland’s most talented student chefs have won a place in the 2013 Knorr Student Chef of the Year competition. Representing culinary colleges and institutes from across Ireland the student chef finalists will travel to IT Tralee on Wednesday February 27 to battle it out for the title of Best Student Chef in Ireland’s premier student chef competition, including James Gumley from AIT.
Leading communications agency H+A Marketing + PR this week announced that it will create six new jobs in its expanded social media division this year on the back of an explosion of interest and business from clients.
The Merry Monk in Ballina has been crowned Connacht’s Great Carvery Public House of the Year at the final of the third annual Great Carvery of the Year competition.
Enda McManus from Athlone Institute of Technology was one of 10 chefs to battle it out in the 2012 Knorr Student Chef of the Year competition held in CIT this week.
Daniel Skukalek of AIT has been crowned the 2011 Knorr Student Chef of the Year at the competition’s final held in Limerick Institute of Technology. Now in its 14th year, the competition recognises outstanding talent from around Ireland’s catering colleges. Previous winners have gone on to work in some of Ireland and Europe’s top restaurants.
or talented chef, Daniel Skukalek, originally from Longford who has battled to win a place in the national final of the Knorr Student Chef of the Year competition.
The Knorr Student Chef of the Year competition is back for a 13th year and this time Knorr has turned up the heat on its competitors with a challenge to reinvent age-old traditional Irish recipes. Old family favourites such as bacon and cabbage, coddle and Irish stew will be given a fresh twist of creative seasoning to produce modern, 21st century Irish recipes that bear the distinguished hallmark of traditional Irish cuisine that Ireland has become famous for.