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Burren Food Fayre 13 Oct News
Budding Chefs Urged to Go Wild in the Burren

Press Release: Budding chefs with a taste for the wild are being encouraged to take part in the second annual Burren Masterchef Cookery Competition.

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1 Aug News
Kilfenora Ceili Band Exhibition

Fans of The Kilfenora Céilí Band can enjoy an exhibition tracing the music and history of the internationally renowned band at The Burren Centre, Kilfenora.

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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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