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Darina Allen receives Outstanding Achievement Award

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.

Lemon Meringue Pie

First make the pastry.

Sieve the flour with the salt, cut the butter into cubes and rub into the flour with the fingertips. Keep everything as cool as possible; if the fat is allowed to melt the finished pastry may be tough. When the mixture looks like coarse breadcrumbs, stop.

Web Summit Concluded with Dinner in Ballymaloe

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.

50 years of Ballymaloe a talk by Hazel Allen

Alliance Française de Cork is pleased to present "50 years of Ballymaloe a talk by Hazel Allen"

Admission free – all welcome!

Event Details

At Ballymaloe House
Date: Wednesday 15th October
Time: 6pm

For more details, contact Alliance Française de Cork , 36 Mary street, Cork

Tel: (021) 431 0677, Email: culture@alliancefrancaisecork.com

John Wilson of The Irish Times

John Wilson, one of Ireland’s top wine writers, will give a tasting of a selection of his favourite wines from his upcoming new wine book 'Wilson on Wine 2015'.

Both events will have different wines, so one can attend either one of the events, or both the wine tasting followed by dinner & wines.

7pm – In the GrainStore at Ballymaloe: Wine talk and wine tasting €15
8.30pm - Dinner & Wines in Ballymaloe House €65

Irish Whiskey Ballymaloe Experience

Come and join us for the Ultimate Irish Whiskey Ballymaloe experience.

Arrive into Ballymaloe to a Midelton Very Rare in front of the fire in the Drawing room. Head to your room to relax or if you would like we can organise a tour of our award winning cellar with one of our sommeliers.

Enjoy dinner in the dining room and then an Irish coffee in the drawing room after.

The following day after breakfast head into the Jameson Distillery in Midleton and see how Irish whiskey has been made from the beginning to now.

Busy summer at Ballymaloe Country House Hotel

After a wonderfully busy summer at Ballymaloe House some of the front of house staff was treated to a day out! The weather was on our side so we headed off to experience East Cork's newest attraction- a guided tour of the Ballycotton Lighthouse Island.

Tour of our wine cellar

Our award winning Sommeliers Colm or Samuel would be delighted to give a tour of our wine cellar.

See wines purchased by Mr Allen 50 years ago as Sam and Colm share their passion and experience of wine with you.

Country House Flowers and Seasonal Décor courses with Iona

Iona is the in-house florist at Ballymaloe House and she uses predominantly wild and garden flowers. She will demonstrate her style of flower arranging and creating seasonal displays for table centres, posies and larger displays of country house flowers as well as seasonal floral decorations.

Ballymaloe Garden Festival 2014

Save the date in your diary for a weekend full of Garden workshops, walks & talks at Ballymaloe Garden Festival on August 30th & 31st 2014.

Join us as we celebrate 50 years of Ballymaloe with our new garden.

There will be lots of specialist stalls showcasing plants, shrubs, trees, vegetables, seeds, gardening tools and machinery.

Have a lovely lunch or some light bites served by our local market heroes.

Visit Garden Festival Website

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