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Next Thursday, the excellence of food in Galway will be highlighted as the second Galway Food Festival gets underway. The five-day Festival will run from March 28 – April 1 during the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. And there is something for everyone.
The Galway Food Festival is about getting behind local producers and making the west of Ireland a real food destination, says Jessica Murphy of Kai Cafe and Restaurant who will be one of the many exhibitors during the much-anticipated bank holiday foodie event.
The launch of the programme for the second Galway Food Festival took place on Monday March 11 upstairs at McCambridge’s. The lovely Máirín Uí Chomáin, in a particularly elegant outfit and a covetable pair of shiny, fire-engine-red shoes, did the honours beautifully. As an author, the chairperson of Irish Food Writers Guild, and a true Connemara woman, she was perfect for the job. JP McMahon, festival chairperson, also spoke at the launch, in particular speaking warmly of the late lamented Gerry Galvin, who had launched the festival last year. A man who will be sadly missed.
Croí, the west of Ireland heart and stroke charity, this week announced a health and lifestyle partnership with Galway Food Festival 2013.
A professional pilot who once needed a similar hand when homeless in London in the 80s, is planning to open Athlone’s first soup kitchen on bank holiday Monday, October 29.
Are you a first time student who is wearied by your over reliance on the fast food outlets? Do you struggle when differentiating sauté from your sorbet? Well then guest appearance from celebrity chef Malcolm Harridine is an occasion you won’t want to miss. Cora Casserly from the marketing department at Anthony Ryan’s revealed that Mr Harridine has held cookery demonstrations in the past and is confident that the same atmosphere will be evident this time around.
The decision by one of the world’s biggest fast food outlets, McDonald’s, to award a contract valued at some €300m to Dawn Meats, has been described by Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony as good news for Ballyhaunis and all employed at the Dawn Meats plant in the town.
The first Galway Food Festival attracted an estimated 25,000 visitors during the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. The festival held over 70 individual events at the Festival Village, Fishmarket Square, Spanish Arch and in restaurants and food outlets throughout the city and its environs.
Promising to be a feast for the taste-buds, the Galway Food Festival has launched its programme of events which will help bring alive this taste-tastic festival taking place throughout Galway city and its environs during the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, from Friday April 6 to MondayApril 9.
A new addition has been added to Galway’s packed festivals line-up with the announcement this week of the Galway Food Festival which will run from April 6 to 8.