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Now in its seventh year, the 2018 Galway Food Festival will take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, from March 29 to April 2. The west's premier food festival celebrates the city and county’s culinary landscape, showcasing the people, produce, and passion that have firmly established Galway as the food capital of the west.
For many the middle of February represents a special time of the year with the celebration of Valentine's Day. However, the month marks a significant landmark for the team at Basilico; 10 years ago the Italian restaurant opened its doors to the world in Oranmore.
Westmeath floral artists, Ann J Mina and Mary Weir, are among 50 floral and botanical artists to exhibit at Bloom 2017.
Laurence Bolger is a husband, new dad, sports enthusiast, and food lover.
Food Works, Ireland’s leading accelerator programme for food and drink start-ups, is seeking to identify a number of high potential start-up food teams from County Westmeath with a strong business idea to take part in Food Works 2017.
The sixth annual Galway Food Festival, which took place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, welcomed a record-breaking 80,000 visitors to Galway, with thousands attending the many in-house tasting events, food tours, food talks, the open air market at Fishmarket Square, Halla Bia at the former Connacht Tribune Print Works, and Breaking Bread on Easter Monday.
There were nine food and drink establishments celebrating this week at the Connacht finals of the Irish Restaurant Awards in the Radisson Blu in Sligo. In the overall provincial awards, Café Rua in Castlebar picked up the win in the Best Kids Size Me section. When it came to the Mayo specific awards, Sage in Westport was the winner of 'Best Restaurant', with Johnathan Keane from The Lodge at Ashford winning Best Chef. The Best Gastro Pub award went to Flanagan's Gastro Pub in Claremorris and Bar One in Castlebar was the winner of the Best Casual Dining gong.
Young Galway chef Evan O Ceallaigh is returning to Galway from Paris to host a pop up lunch on Sunday April 16 in aid of COPE Galway.
Laurence Bolger is a husband, new dad, sports enthusiast, and food lover. After years of working in the food industry in Ireland and the Middle East, he was increasingly conscious of what was going into his own body. Yet with work and other commitments taking over every waking hour, he still found himself choosing quick and unhealthy options.