Yesterday, on October the 8th, the Eat West 2013 was officially launched. I was very excited about this book since I met its creators; Meave, Elaine, Trevor & Patrick and very much flattered to be invited to celebrate this event at McCambridges of Galway.
Now I have a great pleasure of being able to share this truly inspiring experience with you.
This wonderful book is a collection of recipes from various food producers and chefs from Galway, Clare and Mayo promoting local food and in doing so raising much needed funds for the ISPCC, a worthy children’s charity.
Below is a small gallery of great people behind Eat West 2013 cook book;
Four West Riders; Elaine, Maeve, Trevor and Patrick
Jessica from Kai, Layla from Coolfin Organic Bakery and Jp from Eat@Massimo
Maria from Slow Food Galway
Two Martins from Connemara Hill Lamb, Martin from The Twelve and Floris from The Gourmet Offensive
Stephane from Gannet Fishmongers, Jonathan from Lisloughrey Lodge and Cait Curran from Cait Curran’s Organic Vegetables
Michael from The Oscar’s Seafood Bistro, Graham from Connemara Smokehouse and Peter from Cases Wines
Rachel from Vina Mara
Heiko from The Lodge at Doonbeg, Gerry from Il Vicolo and Aoibheann from Ard Bia
Brendan & Derek from Castlemine Farm and Mark from Joyces Supermarkets
Eric & Ron from Mortons and John & Kate from Ballybane Community Organic Garden
All profits from this book go to the ISPCC so if you would like to get a copy of this book and re-crteate & enjoy the best of what the West has to offer, go to www.eatwest2013.com.
The book is also available at the following locations:
Cases Wine Warehouse
Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop
McCambridges of Galway
Alternatively, if you would like to get a copy of this book and meet the team behind it’s creation, they will be at the next Slow Food Event on the 13th October, so you can come along and support them and enjoy a great day out at Woodville Walled Garden
Galway Arts Festival – Saturday the 20th of July in pictures :)
And I finally had a chance to taste famous falafels from the Saturday Galway Market;
This fabulous Saturday was a real summer feast for mind, body and soul :)