The weather gods smiled down on the third Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food & Wine, as 8,000-plus visitors from more than 30 countries streamed through the gates of Ballymaloe House, in East Cork, over the weekend to watch Irish and international stars of food and wine strut their culinary stuff.
Congratulations to our Litfest team... all the hard work has been internationally celebrated yet again as the Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food & Wine has been included on Conde Nast Travellers list of 'Best Festivals around the World'.. great praise indeed.
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Ballymaloe Litfest of Food & Wine | 15-17 May 2015
Food & Wine magazine describe The Kerrygold Ballymaloe Food & Wine festival as The Ultimate Foodie Fest in their May 2015 issue.
An article packed with a tempting taste of what is to be expected this year. Food & Wine editor Miriam Atkins and Christine Muhlke, Executive Editor of Bon Appetit will be in discussion with Nicholas Lander to talk abou their industry in The Carrigaun Room at Ballymaloe House during the Litfest.
The family and staff at Ballymaloe House are thrilled to once again be amongst such great company, and honoured, to be included in the 2015 McKenna Guides as one of the 100 Top Restaurants in Ireland and 100 Top Places to Stay in Ireland.
We are delighted to announce that these McKenna Guides are now available in two brand new apps.
Celebrating its 51st anniversary this year is the family-run Ballymaloe Hotel, famed for its food and its idyllic setting in 400 acres of green land with ancient woodland and tranquil ponds. You can make a big entrance on the day by arriving at the hotel by helicopter, enjoying a bird’s eye view of the lush countryside of East Cork.
We would like to say a big thank you to Jenny Linford, well respected Freelance food writer, author of 15 books and member of the Guild of Food Writers (www.jennylinford.co.uk) for our entry in a new book she is General Editor of '1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die'
Ballymaloe House | Archetypal warm Irish hospitality in the home of Ireland’s first family of food.