Enjoy the fresh Ballycotton sea air and be mesmerised by the natural beauty and stunning views that Ballycotton Island has to offer. Ballycotton Island Lighthouse Tours offers a truly magical memory-making excursion.
Ballycotton Island Lighthouse Tours is a 'not-for-profit' company that would like to bring you on a magical, historical and unique tour.
Simnel cake is a light fruit cake with two layers of almond paste or marzipan, one in the middle and one on top, that is toasted, and traditionally eaten at Easter but will last a long time in the unlikely event it's not eaten quickly.
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'
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The Ballymaloe Vintage and Antiques Fair is the latest addition to the calendar of fairs and festivals held on the grounds of Ballymaloe House in Shanagarry, East Cork.
More than 50 stalls bursting with diverse treasures and pleasures will be spread across Ballymaloe Grainstore and The Big Shed on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 March from 10am to 6pm. Entry and parking are free of charge.
Wildside Catering present an exclusive Ring Dinner at The Big Shed, Ballymaloe Farm on 6th December – 8pm
Ted and Ivan from Wildside catering take centre stage. Watch as they prepare your 7 course set menu feast right before your very eyes, from the centre of a circumference of the Big Shed recycled timber tables, in this spectacularly rustic and increasingly versatile venue on the Ballymaloe Farm.
Their infamous witty and entertaining style promises an evening of high-energy fun and excellent food.
€50 set menu that may contain wheat, meat and alcohol!
Congratulations from everyone at Ballymaloe House to Darina Allen on receiving an Outstanding Achievement Award from Cork Chamber in association with EY on Tuesday 18th November at a prestigious awards event at The DoubleTree Hilton, Dublin acknowledging and celebrating her commitment to promoting Irish food.
Gillian Keating, president of Cork Chamber, said that Darina Allen in her capacity as owner of Ballymaloe Cookery School had put Irish food on the world stage.
The 2014 Web Summit in Dublin concluded with a dinner at Ballymaloe Grainstore and Ballymaloe House for the F.ounders Group, an assembly of 280 international technology leaders, on Friday 7 November.
The evening was designed to encourage the flow of conversation and ideas. It began with a reception in Ballymaloe Grainstore where canapes served included Irish Native Oysters, Black sole Sushi, Chinese Duck Soup, Parsnip & Beetroot Crisps, Crab Wontons and Pork Yuk Sung washed down with Cremant d'Alsace.