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Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s seafood development agency, has teamed up with Chef Network, a professional community which connect chefs across the country, to promote the seafood experience of Taste The Atlantic.
Popular US baking magazine, Bake from Scratch, has dedicated its entire July/August issue to Ireland’s culinary scene. The bumper ‘Authentic Ireland’ edition features delicious recipes and interviews with many local food producers, as well as some of Galway’s top foodie experiences. Bake from Scratch has a print circulation of 150,000 and a digital monthly reach of around 30 million readers.
Builin Blasta Café & Bakery launches three of its most popular products in SuperValu as part of the Food Academy Local Producers food programme.
When Siobhán Sloane dreamed up her Farm to Fork Experiences in the foothills of the Sliabh Aughty mountains in Co Galway, the only transport she considered was the coach to the artisan farms and restaurants. Now she has swapped coaches for couriers, turning her food tour into an online farmers' market store delivering farmhouse cheese and wildflower honey.
Because of the diversity in tastes that exists among people in Ireland Cong Food Festival, taking place this weekend, has decided to explore and unearth the different tastes and flavours that Irish hill lamb has to offer. From the Comeragh mountains in Munster to the hills of herbs in Connemara, or the rambling rich grass of the Wicklow hills, and the open landscapes of Tyrone in Ulster, lamb has many variations of taste.
Hundreds of restaurants, cafés and bars across Galway city and county are partnering with local food producers for Dine in Galway week, running from November 5 to 11 as part of the European Region of Gastronomy.
Athlone, the heart of Ireland, is beating faster as the town gears up for the first ever Athlone Shannon Feastival this September 8 and 9.
Once it was just one of the basic needs of life, a fuel to survive, but food and our attitude to it has certainly changed course many times.
The 2018 Galway Food Festival returns this weekend to celebrate the people, produce, and passion that have firmly established Galway as the food capital of the west. Now in its seventh year, the west’s premiere food festival will take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from March 29 to April 2, with five days of mouthwatering markets, delicious demonstrations, tasty talks, and a feast of family fun.