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One of the best cookery programmes of the last few weeks has been Rick’s India on the BBC with the English restaurateur, chef, and cookery-school owner once again donning his signature blue and pink shirts embarking on a culinary odyssey in search of the world’s best food.
International and Irish experts on gastronomy, and specialists in the food tourism and hospitality sector, will gather in GMIT next week for the first major symposium on gastronomy in the west of Ireland.
Jp McMahon of Eat Galway (Eat Gastropub and Aniar Restaurant) has been invited as one of two food ambassadors to speak at the renowned Toronto convention, Terroir 2013, next month. The convention is a hospitality symposium of chefs, food leaders, food writers, food and wine experts, and business leaders.
I had heard a while back there was an Ard Bia cookbook in the pipeline. I had even debated it with a restaurateur friend of mine. “It’s too expensive, I think it’s mad. You can get cookbooks from big names for half that price,” I said. “You can get a lot of rubbish cookbooks for half that price,” he replied. “If it’s a lovely book as well as a good cookbook, it’s well worth the extra money.” Now, here are the most painful words I may ever have to write —Aran McMahon, you were right and I was wrong. It is not too expensive, it is worth every penny and more.
DOIRE PRESS has announced that Gerry Galvin’s debut crime novel Killer à la Carte will launch in Galway on Saturday. Described as a dark humoured crime thriller, Killer à la Carte introduces us to James Livingstone Gall, a respected restaurant critic, creative chef, and serial killer, matched in evil by Claudia Catalano, heiress to a hotel empire. We wine and dine with them and watch as they kill with ease and impunity.
A significant increase in commercial letting activity has been recorded by Mullery auctioneers in the first half of 2011, with a notable increase in demand for office accommodation which has been the laggard of the commercial market in Galway in the last two or three years.
The Front Door, located in Cross Street and High Street, Galway, is a pub and restaurant with two addresses; it is called The Front Door if you access it from Cross Street and Sonny’s if you enter from High Street. It must be pretty confusing for tourists and visitors who perhaps call in to the two different addresses and wonder why it all looks familiar. The name Sonny’s is taken from the original Sonny the Tailor’s that was in High Street for many years. It has the look and feel of a pub that has been there for many years and has a great atmosphere.
Celebrity chef Derry Clarke will tomorrow (Friday December 3) launch his new 'Kitchen' food range in the new Joyce’s Supermarket in Tuam between 12pm to 4pm, and in their Knocknacarra outlet between 5pm to 8pm.
RTÉ NEWS reporter Conor Mark Kavanagh will read a selection of his poetry at the December Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, on Thursday December 17 at 6.30pm.