KENMARE Foodies has applied to the Arthur Guinness Project for help in expanding their business across Ireland.
Kenmare Foodies began as a blog last year after friends Karen Coakley and Derick McMahon worked together on the fist Kenmare Food Carnival. This year they organised the second Kenmare Food Carnival. more »
So simple yet absolutely delicious.
With more than 80 exciting recipes, from dilisk togarashi to mussel, coconut and kelp soup to steamed monkfish with furikake and wasabi mash, Extreme Greens is the first book to fully explore the multitude of ways in which seaweeds can form a vital part of our diet, thereby bringing the most health-giving plants in the natural world straight to our tables.
Here is another quickie that tastes great. Now now, don’t be rude, it’s a recipe for dessert. I got it from a friend of mine who had picked it up in a posh supermarket in the UK. This will explain the simplicity of it and the undertones of cheating……
by Stephen Johnson
Organisers of this year’s Kenmare Food Carnival say they’re “thrilled” with the way the event, which brought thousands of visitors to the Town and generated millions of euro for the local economy.
In an interview this week with West Cork Times, Karen Coakley, Chairperson of the Kenmare Food Carnival committee, says that the event was “a massive success and the perfect end to months of work by a dedicated voluntary committee. And we could not have been asked for better weather. It was lovely to see the Town Green filled with families relaxing with food and enjoying the music.
Benoit Lorge of Lorge Chocolate in Bonane has been selected as one of the new food tourism ambassadors to represent Ireland and join the Food Tourism Network Development Programme.
O’CONNORS Seafood Restaurant in Bantry is one of just eight nominees from across the country in the running for the best seafood experience in Ireland award at this year’s Irish Restaurant Awards.
The prestigious awards are run by Life Magazine from the Irish Independent are regarded as the “Oscars” of the Irish restaurant sector.