If ever there was a chef who loves what he does with a passion, it’s David Shannon, Head Chef in The Hill Hotel, Gurteen.
Sligo’s top chefs will collaborate once again for Sligo Food Trail’s “Taste of Spring Feast”. The event takes place on Friday 20th of April and follows on from the success of the Harvest Feast in October last year.
Coffee roasting specialist Andrew Willis has taken a roundabout route to launching his Sligo business.
Organic farmer, political activist, teacher and drummer, cheesemaker, fermenter and father
Fáilte Ireland ad campaign encourages Irish people to get away from it all in Sligo.
Here’s a lovely ‘twist’ on a regular pancake from Chef Alan Fitzmaurice at The Glasshouse. Don’t forget to let us know how it turns out for you. One thing is guaranteed ... the kids will LOVE this! Basic Pancake Mix 35gr Plain Flour Pinch salt 2 whole eggs 250ml Milk 25gr Sugar 25gr cocoa powder [...]
The moment David heard about Strandhill Lodge and Suites he loved the innovative concept - a top quality boutique hotel with superior accommodation. It fits perfectly into Strandhill and supports rather than competes with the wonderful bars and restaurants.
For 35 years Ian Green has been visiting the northwest on an increasingly frequent basis. Two decades ago he nearly made the move for good.
Living in Sligo we are spoilt for choice with 7 Sligo Food Trail member cafés in town and 10 more dotted around the county. That gives you 7 ways to try something new each week and 10 places to refuel as you explore our beautiful county at the weekends.
Anthony is the manager of The Bakeshop at Lyon’s Cafe in Sligo. He hails from a little town called St. Martin-en-Haute, near Lyons in the beautiful Rhone Valley.