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This award was presented to Cait Curran earlier this month in recognition of her work in producing, training, and supporting local organic foods. Cait Curran has her own stall at the Saturday Galway market and she has been the project manager for Garrai na Oileain, an association promoting organic market gardening in offshore islands. She is also involved in the slow food movement and is editor of Organic Matters, a magazine dedicated to all things organic. The award was presented by Minister for Agriculture Food and Marine Simon Coveney. Feasta Bia is all about local food production and consumption, and through various initiatives it hopes to help increase these areas by 20 per cent over the next few years.
The owner of one of Galway’s newest restaurants in the west of the city has been welcomed to one of the most prestigious culinary organisations.
An evening of food and wine tasting will take place tomorrow night Friday November 11 at the new Pearla na Mara restaurant, Howley Square, Oranmore to celebrate their recent opening.
The biggest food festival of the year is kicking off in Kilkenny this evening as celebrity chefs rock into town in their droves to show off their skills and prowess.
The popular Left Bank Bistro in Athlone has received the Best Casual Dining award for Wesmeath in the Irish Restaurant Awards.
Good Food Ireland, Ireland’s only All-Ireland food tourism group, has announced the launch of its Christmas gift vouchers. These vouchers can be used at more than 260 Good Food Ireland members throughout Ireland for accommodation, cookery courses, or meals out in one of the many Good Food Ireland recommended places around the country.
Kilkenny is to be awash with sumptuous food and wine this weekend with the commencement of the fourth annual Savour Kilkenny Food Festival, which is taking the city by storm.
With a restaurant, bakery, and soon-to-be-launched cookery school all under one roof, The Bakery on Dominick Street, Mullingar is a haven for food lovers, those with special dietary requirements, and those just wanting to get away from it all and enjoy delicious, home-cooked dining.
Savour Kilkenny has launched its fourth annual food festival, which is due to take place this October Bank Holiday weekend.
Waterford city plays host to 10 mouth-watering days of food-filled fun when the Waterford Harvest Festival rolls into town from September 10 to 19.