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I'd love to learn about Irish cuisine, where can I try a cookery class while I'm here?

I'd love to learn about Irish cuisine, where can I try a cookery class...

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Want a proper taste of Ireland? These cookery classes can help you serve up delicious dishes at home.

It doesn’t really get more Irish than an Irish stew, does it? Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork incorporates traditional Irish meals into many of its classes; a hearty stew being one of them. The school is run by TV chef personality, Darina Allen, whose team of chefs take you through the best tips and tricks of the kitchen.

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You can’t beat a warm slice of Irish soda bread. Belfast Cookery School teaches you how to make this all-time classic to impress friends and family when you get back home. But if you’re looking for a bigger challenge, have a go at the ‘Taste of Belfast’ class. Not only will you learn how to make the perfect soda bread, but also a delightful seafood chowder to go with it.

Hidden among stretches of fields and farms is Ballyknocken Cooking School in County Wicklow, not too far from Dublin. This picturesque spot is the perfect little getaway for a breath of fresh air, while you pick up a skill or two in this award-winning cookery school. Once you’ve become one step closer to mastering some seriously mouth-watering dishes, take in your surroundings and enjoy a walk around the Garden of Ireland – Wicklow.

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What better memento from your trip, than a beautiful, home-made traditional Irish dish to share with family and friends? Have any of our Community members got favourite food spots that they think belong on this list?

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