Michelin recommended head chef Kevin O’Regan and craft butcher Eoin O’Mahony of O’Mahony Butchers at the launch of Chapel Steps Restaurant, Bandon Butchery course for adventurous foodies which will be held in the restaurant on Tuesday, 13th May. Pic: Darragh Kane
Pictured in Kinsale at The 4th All Ireland Chowder Cook Off in Actons Hotel at the weekend were Aimee Hanlon, Dymphna Fitzpatrick, Arunas Jokubauskas, Danny Fitzpatrick, Aidan Digney and Janine Kennaghan from the overall winners Fitzpatrick’s Bar & Restaurant, Dundalk. Pic: John Allen
The Mayor of Cork County, Cllr Noel O’Connor, recently attended Bantry to officially open an Open Day at St Goban’s which was hosted by the VTOS Culinary Skills Group. Prior to the event Jay Collins, Bantry, who is attending the course, made the following comment: “We are delighted that Cork ETB are providing a VTOS Culinary Skills Course in West Cork. The open day is part of our study module
WELL-known West Cork fishing family, the Murphys, who own Murphy’s Irish Seafood are the proud new proprietors of Trawl and Trend, a new seafood restaurant on High Street in Bantry. Trawl and Trend aims to offer the freshest of produce and to present seafood straight from the trawler to table. Originally a daytime cafe and restaurant it became Bantry’s first tapas and wine bar at the weekend and will open
CELEBRATING their fourth year of successful trading, the volunteers at the Sheep’s Head Producers’ Market and Shop (SHPM) on the Sheep’s Head Peninsula continue to take this community project to new heights. Located in Kilcrohane village, the shop and seasonal market provide outlets for artisan food producers, crafts people and artists across the peninsula.
THE Cork Education and Training Board are now providing a Fetac Level 4 Culinary Skills Course at St Goban’s College in Bantry. This is the first time that such a course has been offered in the Bantry region and will provide students with a real option of employment or other training and progression opportunities in the hospitality sector. The course is full time and participants will receive accreditation in the
by Stephen Johnson In a feature titled “Ireland’s Food Scene Surpasses Pub Drinking,” USA Today last week spotlighted the Kenmare Food Carnival. “In a country where one of the biggest sporting events is pub drinking, it can be easy to overlook the eating side of the equation,” writes U.S.-based travel writer Kristin Luna.
DRESSED of Bandon launched its colourful Spring/Summer 2014 collection with a Spring Style Event on Thursday 13th March at the idyllic surroundings of the Innishannon House Hotel, to benefit the building programme at Scoil Eoin, Innishannon. Over 150 fashionistas attended Dressed’s Spring Style Event that commenced with a prosecco reception, followed by fashion show styled by Sharon Huggard and hosted by Celia Holman-Lee, who introduced the new collections and offered
It’s the second month of the new year. Resolutions are faltering and people are still feeling the effects of heavy drinking and eating that were crammed into two weeks. Les doing to benefit our health like we promised we would do on New Year’s Day?