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Ballymaloe House, the renowned Irish country house hotel and restaurant owned and run by the Allen family for over 40 years is famous for its outstanding hospitality and superb food. The 17th century house built onto a Norman keep is nestled in a 400 acre estate in rural East Cork. Ballymaloe House is only 20 miles from the historic city of Cork, and minutes from the breathtaking south coast.

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Dunbrody House , Co. Wexford

Dunbrody 5 Day Cookery Masterclass

Description: The focus of this 5 day course is on all aspects of home cooking with a professional edge. It is intended that on completion of this course that the individual will be well-equipped with all the relevant information and technical skills to guide them effortlessly through all their future catering requirements. Our course will be broken down into different sections and the following are some of the main ones covered: Larder & Butchery Gourmet Breads, Savoury Scones & Yeast Breads Growing your own herb box Food Presentations Planning a Dinner Party Modern twists on classic dishes The art of preparing and cooking fish Preserves, Relishes, Condiments Pastries, Desserts, Celebration Cakes etc The course will be divided into a mix of demonstration and hands on tuition. Our plan would be that we would demonstrate the main items of importance such as the basic principles and stages of preparation and cookery. We would then envisage that on a number of mornings our group would be subdivided into smaller groups and would be given an amount of time in which to prepare, cook and serve a three course lunch based on what we would have covered/demonstrated the evening before. The course runs from Monday to Friday (9.30-4.30) and includes lunch each day, all produce, raw materials and ingredients and of course the recipies. Check in night before. 2015 Course Dates : (Check in night before or day of for 5 night package) 16-20 Feb incl, 14-18 Apr incl, 23-66 June incl, 26-30 July incl and 26-30 October incl

Valid From: 13.04.2015 To: 30.10.2015

From: €1250 pps from €1250 pps

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