Athula Fusion Foods is a multi-award-winning family business based in Cork, Ireland. Athula's peri peri sauces range is the very first from Athula Fusion Foods Products. It is of course made with bird eye chilli but Athula's simple family recipe is infused with Irish herbs. Lot of lemon juice is used to grind chilli, garlic and onion combined with Athula's secret ingredient. Athula's unique peri peri sauce now brings a variety of different flavours to you.
This eco-camping farm offers regular seashore foraging walks with marine biologist Frances Gallagher – learn to identify, forage and eat different sea-weeds, shellfish and other bounty from the foreshore.
Overlooking Kinsale's stunning inner harbour, Man Friday Kinsale is guaranteed to provide you, no matter what the occasion, with a highly enjoyable experience. From the moment you enter our restaurant you will sense the welcoming and relaxing ambience that Man Friday generates. Combining efficient, friendly service with top quality food and wine, we promise you an evening you will not forget easily.
Eat raw nettles, discover how to brew delicious herbal teas, pick a fresh salad and find out about common uses of plants, trees and funghi, the folklore of the flora of the Irish landscape with Will & Away foraging walks at various locations in Cork.
A short, 15-minute drive from the city centre – the quirky & gorgeous Workshop Tea Rooms is the place that serves “tea and cake at the end of the runway”. In the countryside just behind Cork airport, it’s run by two brothers who converted their dad’s old country carpentry workshop into a café that doubles up as a vintage furniture & curios salesroom. This little slice of joy is one of Cork’s best (or possibly worst) kept secrets.
If you can come to Cork in mid-June, this unique celebration of Cork city cuisine is not to be missed – 12 of Cork’s finest restaurants and chefs come together to seat 400 diners along one, huge, elegantly decorated table running the length of one of the city’s finest Georgian streets. A small army of serving staff ferry four courses, with wine, to the diners in what is – for one glorious evening – an eccentric, joyous, open-air feast. It’s all part of the fabulous Cork Midsummer festival and further details can be found on their website.
The Good Things Cafe Cookery School has grown from relatively modest beginnings, under the tutelage of chef Carmel Somers, to become a focal point for food and learning in West Cork. There are short and longer term courses and students will find themselves right at the heart of West Cork’s renowned food culture.