Recipes aim to give you a taste for Ballyhoura Country brands
Published 06/12/2012 | 12:24
A BRAND new recipe book has been cooked up by 'A Taste of Ballyhoura Country', a brand made up of innovative ' craftisan' food and drink producers from South and East County Limerick and North East County Cork.
The beautifully designed book showcases the many ways to use tasty items from the 'A Taste of Ballyhoura Country' range which includes Ballyhoura Apple Farm, Clotilde's Fruit Compôtes, Eight Degrees Brewing, Hodgins Foods, Horgan's Delicatessen Supplies, Old Irish Creamery Cheeses and Pandora Bell Confectionery.
The goal of the recipe book is both to showcase the 'A Taste of Ballyhoura Country' produce and to inspire both professional and home cooks alike to incorporate local artisan produce into their cooking.
Ballyhass Black Pudding and Potato Cakes is just one of the recipes in the new book.
Twenty unique 'craftisan'recipes are featured in the book. Each recipe has a quirky locally inspired title such as ' The Ballyhoura Trekker's Trail Tart', 'Mountain Biker's Mussels' and the 'Leave No Trace Lemon Posset'.
These mouth watering recipes highlight just some of the many ways you can incorporate the delicious flavours of 'A Taste of Ballyhoura Country' to elevate any recipe.
All recipes were compiled and prepared using the finest of ingredients, in partnership with the 'A Taste of Ballyhoura Country' brand, at Annie's Gastropub, Sunday's Well, Cork.
The 'A Taste of Ballyhoura Country' Recipe book is available for free simply by downloading it from the website www.atasteofballyhouracountry.
A Taste of Ballyhoura Country is an initiative supported by Ballyhoura Development Ltd., which is funded by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan 2000 – 2006 and part financed by European Union Structural Funds and Leader Rural Development Fund.
This pilot project aims to create a sustainable food brand to showcase the region's craftisan foods and will welcome new members into the future.