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Learn to Make Bread with JR

Step into the kitchen and roll up your sleeves, you can learn the secrets of Ballymaloe bread baking!

Bread baking takes place at 7am each morning. Join our pastry chefs JR and Anne as they bake the bread and scones for each day at Ballymaloe.

The bread baking is €25 per person and lasts approximately one hour. Guests experience the real working kitchen and can take their very own loaf of Irish soda bread home with them.

A Unique and Fascinating Comparative Wine Tasting with Maximilian J. Riedel

A Unique and Fascinating Comparative Wine Tasting with Maximilian J. Riedel

Advance bookings essential. Further details to follow, please contact colm@ballymaloe.ie for further details and bookings

Event Details

Date: Spring 2015
Venue: At The Grainstore, Ballymaloe House
To Book: Advance bookings essential. Please contact colm@ballymaloe.ie for further details and bookings.

Krug Champagne tasting with Nicole Burke, Krug USA brand ambassador

Krug Champagne tasting with Nicole Burke, Krug USA brand ambassador

Advance bookings essential. Further details to follow, please contact colm@ballymaloe.ie for further details and bookings.

Thursday 24th July, 7pm, 2014, at Ballymaloe Cookery School

Ballycotton Island Lighthouse Tours

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.

Rachel Allen visits India with GOAL

Celebrity chef, Rachel Allen is travelling to India for the first time this week (Monday, June 16th to Saturday, June 21st) to help aid agency, GOAL shine a light on the plight of some of the people that the organisation is working with across Kolkata.

Screening of Driving Miss Daisy the play

Starring Angela Lansbury and James Earle Jones

Followed by a Q&A with Miss Lansbury

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT A LIVE EVENT. BOTH THE PLAY AND Q&A WERE PRE-RECORDED AND WILL BE SHOWN ON A SCREEN IN THE GRAINSTORE. MISS LANSBURY WILL NOT BE PRESENT ON THE NIGHT

Ballymaloe Grainstore is delighted to announce a special event screening of Driving Miss Daisy: The Play, starring Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones, followed by a question and answer session with Miss Lansbury.

Brian Deady

Brian Deady rocked The Big Shed at the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival Food and Wine. Now he returns for a night of danceable summery soul and doo wop music in the Grainstore.

"Deady is becoming our No. 1 favourite act in Ireland " - Nile Rodgers

"Deep raw soul that never goes out of fashion" - The Irish Times

“Album pick of the Month” – KCRW, Los Angeles

Brendan Grace

Amazing Grace is a phrase often applied to Brendan Grace and is very true indeed. The genial and much loved family comedian is celebrating 42 years in comedy and is now more popular than at any time in his career to date. And what an illustrious career it has been!

Forty years ago when the 20-year-old Dubliner set off on his solo career, he could never have envisaged the life that lay ahead. Just two years later, he recordeed a Geordie song called Cushy Butterfield which sailed to Number 1 in the Irish charts, and the rest is history.

Fresh Strawberry Shortcake

Rub the butter into the flour and castor sugar as for shortcrust pastry. Gather the mixture together and knead lightly. Rest for a few minutes if you have time.

Roll out into 2 circles 7 inches (17.5cm) in diameter, 1/4 inch (7mm) thick. Bake in a preheated moderate oven 180°C/350°F/regulo 4, 15 minutes approx or until pale golden. Remove and cool on a rack. One circle may be marked with a knife into wedges while still warm, to facilitate cutting later.

Review Of Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest

Last Sunday night Katherine O’Leary was still ironing. Such madness of disorganisation was the result of ‘swanning’ off to the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival.

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