Foodtalk in the Irish Times

The football-playing pigs at GubbeenWe were thrilled with the wee mention of Foodtalk in Saturday’s Irish Times – click here to read the piece (or continue reading below) and see another picture of Kieran and Sean Murphy‘s cutest little ice cream snowmen.

Just in case you didn’t yet know, the series starts on Newstalk 106-108 fm on Christmas Day at 1.30pm when I’ll be discussing Irish Kobe beef with Kevin Thornton as well as talking to Jacque Barry from Jacques Restaurant and Fingal Ferguson of the Gubbeen Smokehouse about Gubbeen pork.

If you don’t think that you’ll be near a radio at that stage in proceedings, you can also subscribe to podcasts from the Newstalk website (scroll down to the Documentaries on Newstalk section). Hope you get to tune in!


From The Irish Times – Saturday, 12 December 2008Restaurateur Kevin Thornton doesn’t suffer fools gladly, but then food writer and Ballymaloe graduate Caroline Hennessy is no slouch when it comes to food affairs. So was it a marriage made in culinary heaven when they teamed up to co-present Foodtalk, a six-part radio programme on Newstalk which debuts on Christmas Day?While you’re hard at work in the kitchen on the 25th, tune in at 1.30pm to find out, and as you listen, put together a batch of these adorable ice cream snowmen (left), as fashioned by Kieran and Sean Murphy of Murphy’s Ice Cream in Dingle. The Murphy brothers feature in the fifth programme in the series, on January 25th.

Caroline

Caroline

Food writer. Broadcaster. Blogger. Author. Married to Eight Degrees Brewing. Member of the Irish Food Writers' Guild, founder of Irish Food Bloggers Association and co-author of Sláinte: The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer & Cider (New Island)

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2 Responses

  1. Anna Browne says:

    Just checked the Newstalk site – these podcasts don’t seem to be available yet – Bummer -I was looking forward to listening to this – can’t tune in at the broadcast time.

  2. Caroline says:

    I’ve been checking the site too and there’s no change – will see if things improve after everyone gets back to normal service tomorrow! Meanwhile, the show is going to be broadcast from Sunday 4 to Sunday 25 January at 9.30pm. Or you can catch it on Saturday mornings at 7.30am. Hope you can tune in!

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