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The Irish Times: Nom Nom Noma

Copenhagen chef Rene Redzepi, who is making his first visit to Ireland next month, tells Catherine Cleary about what drove him to create Noma, his admiration for Myrtle Allen, and the Irish chefs who have worked in his award-winning restaurant.

Rene Redzepi has spent a morning at home with a feverish daughter. Forty people are downstairs in Restaurant Noma having the lunch of their lives. Two wild-eyed Norwegian fans will want face time with him during the interview.

Magnolia Tree in Bloom

One of the Magnolia trees near the woodland is in full bloom.

Easter At Ballymaloe

We had a fabulous Easter here at Ballymaloe. There were lots of activities for the children to enjoy: scavenger hunts, egg painting and Easter garden competitions and of course the annual Easter Egg Hunt!

Beautiful Ballycotton

A beautiful picture of the Ballycotton Cliff walk only a five minute drive from Ballymaloe.

 

New Sunday Lunch Menu at Ballymaloe House

Sunday Lunch at Ballymaloe House has changed from a buffet style of service to a three course menu.

As always, our philosophy is to serve the best of what local producers have to offer and our Sunday lunch menu changes weekly according to what is available.

No Doubting Thomasina

This article was publish in the Sunday Business Post

No Doubting Thomasina

For TV chef and author Thomasina Miers, it all started with a visit to the Ballymaloe cookery school in Co Cork

Words: Alex Meehan

Former Masterchef UK winner Thomasina Miers is very far from typical of her peers.

Jill Norman to Attend Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest of Food & Wine

Jill Norman has spoken several times about Elizabeth David and her writing, at food festivals in Australia and the US, as well as in the UK.

Don't miss these wonderful events with Jill Norman:

Celebrating The Writing of Elizabeth David

Jill will be in conversation with Tom Doorley and John McKenna.
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Beautiful Bluebells

Beautiful Bluebells growing in the woods on the grounds of Ballymaloe House.

You can see what else is growing over on our garden blog for April 2014 written by gardener Mags Coughlan.

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Maggie Beer to attend The Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food & Wine

Maggie has written 9 books in total. The first being Maggie’s Farm, followed by Maggie’s Orchard and Cooking with Verjuice. She then collaborated with Stephanie Alexander and chronicled their Italian cooking school experiences in Stephanie and Maggie’s Tuscan Cookbook which has been translated into 5 languages. Her fifth book Maggie’s Table won the Best Regional Cook Book in English in 2001, and then against all other languages, replicated its success in the Gourmand World Cook Book Awards in Perigord, France.

Supper Club : Guest Chefs

We are delighted to announce our guest chefs for our last Supper Club for the year.

Ivan Whelan of Grapefruit Moon fame, Michael Quinn one of Irelands leading chefs and former head chef of Waterford Castle, Sally Mckenna author of McKenna Guides and leading expert on Seaweed and Aiden McGrath owner of Wilde Honey.

The evening begins at 7.30pm and includes a set 4 course meal for €45 per person.

There will be wines recommended to suit each course. These, as well as wines from our cellar, will be available to buy.

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