In the historic, charming seaside village of Castletownshend, Mary Ann’s pub was once a 17th century coaching inn. And not a lot seems to have changed, other than the menu, which takes the very best from sea and field to create special dishes.
Established in 1928 North Cork Creameries produce Butter, Milk, Cream, Milk Powders and Casein for Retail, Food Service and Ingredients Markets. A continuous programme of research and development ensures that North Cork Creameries keeps pace with technological change, enabling them to adapt quickly to changing market need.
In the busy market-town of “Skibb” (in the Irish language, the name means “harbour for little boats”) you will find the Kalbos Cafe and husband and wife team Siobhan and Anthony, serving up breakfasts and brunch made with local produce in a simple yet chic space.
The Food Industry Training Unit (FITU) was established by the Faculty of Food Science and Technology, University College Cork, 23 years ago. This was in recognition of the importance of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to the food and related sectors.
This Elbow Lane Smokehouse Sauce is a celebrated recipe that comes straight from the kitchens of the award-winning restaurant and microbrewery, Elbow Lane Brew and Smokehouse, where it is made, served and enjoyed nightly.
Irish Atlantic Sea Salt is the quintessential Irish product. Its single ingredient is pure, oceanic sea water. The uniqueness of the product and the environment from which it is sourced, reflects the remote, rugged and unspoilt nature of the Beara Peninsula.