Tipperary foodies have the chance to savour a mouthwatering treat next week as the country’s most popular chef, Neven Maguire, brings a one-night-only master-class to one of the country’s top venues for celebrating Irish food, the Milk Market in Limerick.
The Cavan chef will have a packed audience on Wednesday next (June 5th) under the tented roof in Limerick city salivating as he fills the air with the scent of summer cooking - including with arguably that most aromatic of all cooking genres, barbecuing – when he delivers what is set to be the fun culinary night of the summer in the region.
While the event – tickets for which are now on sale from Bóthar at 061 414142 - will be all about the delights served up by Maguire, the attendance will have the added bonus of being able to purchase items from an extensive range of local producers and suppliers who will be exhibiting on the night as well.
The owner of the hugely successful McNean House in Cavan and Ireland’s top celebrity TV chef is giving time up to do the demonstration to in support of local charity Bóthar’s efforts to raise money to build a creamery in Rusizi, Rwanda in 2014. The leading chef is a long-term supporter and patron of Bóthar.
A large number of people are expected to travel from the West and South Tipperary areas where Bóthar has drawn significant support from over the years and, in fact, has Archbishop of Cashel & Emly Dr. Dermot Clifford among its other patrons.