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Burren Cookery Classes

Cookery Classes in The Burren Clareville House Kitchen Garden are offering a spring and autumn series of Burren Cookery Master Classes. You can book one or two days and enjoy some of …

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'Free cup of tea' cyclists 3 Mar News
Burren Food Trail Mondays Events April to October 2016

The Burren Food Trail Mondays events launch at the beginning of April 2016 with a programme of food and activity events scheduled for every Monday throughout the season. During this …

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fulacht fiadh 27 May News
Fulacht Fia?

Burren Food Gem #9 Burren Food Trail Member, Hotel Doolin, recently reconstructed a Fulacht Fia on its grounds and cooked up a fine medieval meal for those who gathered. A further …

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Salmon 27 May News
Salmon – Sniffer Dogs and Compass rolled in one

Burren Food Gem #8 The second amazing fact about salmon are their navigational skills. They are much better navigators than Christopher Columbus who is said to have been quite bad at …

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Salmon 15 May News
Salmon – Masters of Transformation

Burren Food Gem #7 Salmon is delicious on the plate, but did you know that they are an amazing species of fish? They have two quite unique sets of skills, and …

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Fanore beach 14 May News
Late Mesolithic Gourmets

Burren Food Gem #6 A rescue excavation was carried out at a shell midden in Fanore More, Co. Clare, during September and early October 2009. Shell middens were cooking areas used from …

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Burren Oysters 13 May News
Oysters fit for a King

Burren Food Gem #5: Oysters A little known Burren Food Gem is the fact is that Henry 8th, the infamous King of England, had a fondness for oysters and he used …

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Fabiola at Burren Food Fayre 13 May News
A Touch of French

Burren Food Gem #4 A super-talented lady called Fabiola Tombo – a French pastry chef who has adopted Lisdoonvarna as her home. Fabiola has brought her love for authentic French pastries …

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