Advertisement TAGSCahill Irish Cheese FarmcheeseKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Print Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener LimerickNewsFrom Farm to Fromage; Bord Bia hosts Limerick cheesemaker in FranceBy Meghann Scully – February 29, 2020 145 Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Previous articleLaverty’s life of Full and PlentyNext articleJvG names team for Scarlets clash with Farrell back in the XV Meghann Scully Email Linkedin Bord Bia hosted a Limerick farmhouse cheesemaker at France’s premier cheese and dairy event, Salon du Fromage, in Paris this week.Cahill Irish Farm Cheese from Newcastle West attended the “Salon” trade event which closes today, February 26th. This event showcases over 200 artisan producers from 20 countries, with over 7,000 buyers and visitors in attendance.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Commenting on the opportunity for Irish farmhouse cheese, Bord Bia France and Belgium Manager, Finnian O’Luasa said, “The strong and sustained growth of Irish artisan cheese exports to France, from 5 tonnes to over 35 tonnes in the last 8 years, is an invaluable endorsement of the quality of Irish farmhouse cheese internationally.“As the epi-centre of gourmet cheese, France remains a key market for the sector and Salon du Fromage is an important event in the specialty dairy sector’s calendar.“Given the challenges of Brexit and US tariffs coming to the fore in recent, the event is an ideal opportunity to showcase Irish artisan cheese to new buyers, while also developing existing relationships.” he added.Bluebell Falls and Knockanore Irish Farmhouse Cheese exhibited for the first time at the event, while Cahill Irish Farm Cheese, Cashel Farmhouse Cheesemakers, Durrus Farmhouse Cheese, and Cooleeney Farm have been present in the French market for a number of years.Bord Bia provided market insight and logistical support as well as contacted buyers for the six Irish companies who participated on the stand. Bord Bia also hosted a trade reception on the stand with Ireland’s Ambassador to France, H.S Patricia O’Brien, to further develop relations between the Irish cheesemakers and French buyers.Today, there are 68 cheesemakers in Ireland and the sector is valued at approximately €20 million per annum at farm gate level. The sector currently exports to 25 countries. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads
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Courgettes, also known as zucchini, are a very versatile vegetable with a delicate flavour. Courgettes were not widely eaten in Europe before the 20th century, but have been cultivated in Central America for 5,000 years and are related to watermelons, gherkins and cucumbers. They are plentiful in the summer months and anyone who has ever grown courgettes will know that they seem to turn into marrows before your eyes and are best when picked young, as they have more flavour and less water.They mix well with peppers, tomatoes and herbs, put onto puff pastry to make a Provençal tart. They can also be added to a savoury flan, grated or sliced and gently steamed first and mixed with an egg and goat’s cheese or Feta cheese filling. Grate them raw, mix them with cheese and, possibly, cornmeal, and put them in savoury quick breads or scones.They can also be added to cakes, whether in a spicy loaf cake or a chocolate cake with a difference. Mix some with carrots to make a carrot and courgette cake. Some grated into a muffin mixture, again savoury or sweet, works very well. The green from the skin gives an interesting speckle to the cakes but, if preferred, peel them first.Courgette season: June to end of SeptemberFiona Burrell, co-author of Leiths Baking Bible, from the world-famous Leiths School of Food and Wine
The inaugural Waterloo Music Festival was announced in early May, set to take place at Austin, Texas’ Carson Creek Ranch from September 7th to 9th. In the initial lineup announcement phase, the festival revealed that it would host three nights of The String Cheese Incident, plus performances from Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Railroad Earth, The Motet, BoomBox, TAUK, and Marco Benevento. In June, the event expanded on its standout lineup, adding Oteil & Friends (featuring Oteil Burbridge, Jay Lane, John Kadlecek, and Jeff Chimenti), Leftover Salmon, Easy Star All-Stars performing Dub Side of the Moon, Perpetual Groove, Orgone, Pimps of Joytime, Everyone Orchestra, BIG Something, Magic Beans, Tea Leaf Green, and others.Today, Waterloo Music Festival has announced its daily lineup, revealing the dates and stages for its various performers. Each day, the String Cheese Incident will close out the Waterloo Stage with a headlining set. Notably, the schedule mostly prevents overlapping sets across the Waterloo and Relix stages, meaning fans can enjoy non-stop music throughout the day.In addition to String Cheese Incident, Friday will see performances from Oteil & Friends, TAUK, Perpetual Groove, Austin Groove Project, Magic Beans, BIG Something, Montu, and Mamafesta. On Saturday, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, The Motet, Orgone, Everyone Orchestra, Marco Benevento, Los Coast, Tea Leaf Green, Amoramora, and Big Wy’s Brass Band will perform across the day. On Sunday, Waterloo will host performances from BoomBox, Railroad Earth, Easy Star All-Stars, Pimps Of Joytime, Leftover Salmon, Kalu & The Electric Joint, Hard Proof, Sour Bridges, Deadeye, and Sarah Grace & The Soul.Furthermore, today, Waterloo Music Festival has announced that they will be releasing single-day tickets, which go on sale Friday, June 29th, at 10 am (CT). These passes are available in addition to three-day GA, VIP, and camping passes. For more information on the festival or ticketing, head to Waterloo’s website here.