The five young chefs selected as this year’s Taste the Atlantic Young Chef Ambassadors have been announced.
Now in its third year, the programme is led Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency, in collaboration with Fáilte Ireland, and is coordinated by Chef Network. The aim of the Ambassadorship is to select some of our finest young chef talent and take them through a four-month programme, introducing them to the finest seafood produce and producers along the Wild Atlantic Way.
The immersive programme will allow each of the chefs to acquaint themselves with the art of seafood production, including seafood smoking techniques with Clarkes Salmon Smokery in Mayo and a site visit to Wild Atlantic Oysters’ farm in Sligo.
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Tierney Chartered Surveyors have brought a Central Processing Unit food production in Kilcoole Co. Wicklow to the market, which is available for sale, or also on a new lease. The property is located in Network Enterprise Park, just south of Kilcoole. Kilcoole is 15 minutes from the M50, and easily accessible to Dublin city.
With the increase in consumer demand for ready meals for home dining, this property will be highly sought after by many of the producers of pre-cooked foods that are increasingly popular in supermarkets across the country.
Dear members of the Panel of Chefs of Ireland, Worldchefs and colleagues - It is with great sadness that we convey the news that our dear friend and colleague Paddy passed away peacefully on Tuesday 2nd May, surrounded by his loving family.
Paddy was a lifelong member of the Panel of Chefs and played a pivotal role in the development and growth of the organisation. He held many senior positions including Branch Secretary, National Secretary, National President and more recently Vice President and Board member. Paddy devoted so much of his time and commitment to many projects, including the Chef Ireland Culinary Competitions, working with sponsors and other organisations to promote the work and profile of chefs throughout Ireland.