Tomorrow night a group of people will venture out under the moonlight to go on a Far & Wild’s amazing Moonlight Kayaking Tour. You too can be a part of this memorable adventure. Eleanor McGillie chats with Lorcan McBride about this amazing experience which takes you out into the wilderness
THIS week is set to get much colder so why not make a dish which will keep you warm and boost your immune system. A Dish From Dean this week is full of ingredients which will do you the world of good so why not try out this warming Beetroot and Pine Nut Risotto by Chef Dean Coppard
It may not have won the World Tapas Championships title but our Slemish chef’s dish ‘Eire’ was loved so much that this Irish Tapas is now on the menu in one of Valladolid’s finest tapas restaurants. Eleanor McGillie catches up with Chef Rob Curley of the Slemish Market Supper Club after his week in Spain (more…)
‘Taste Causeway’ is a new event from Causeway Coast & Glens and two Live It Experience It members will be taking part in this nine day culinary celebration of the Causeway Coast – Flip Robinson of Giant Tours Ireland and Chef Rob Curley of the Slemish Market Supper Club
You just can’t beat a hearty seafood chowder at this time of year so for this week’s A Dish From Dean we bring you a very simple recipe to try out. When you go to food and drink fairs around you’re bound to be greeted with someone serving up a delicious bowl.
A Dish From Dean is a very simple one this week and is especially great when you are staying by the coast and can actually go out with the family and gather your own mussels. Steamed Mussels With White Cream Sauce is simply delicious and very simple.
Chef Rob Curley of the Slemish Market Supper Club has been selected to represent Ireland at this year’s World Tapas Championship in Valladolid in Spain. Could Irish Tapas be the next new dish of the day? Eleanor McGillie chats with Rob about showcasing Irish produce on the world stage.
Country fairs are proving so popular because there’s a real parochial feel to them which you can’t help feeling drawn to. That, plus the fact, you get to chat, face to face, with the amazing food and drink producers who’s produce often lands in our kitchen cupboards. One country fair which shows real resilience is the Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre which attracts thousands every year