The Irish branch of Euro-Toques, the European Community for Chefs and Cooks, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a series of three special dinner events. The first two events took place in Luna on July 11th and last night saw Le Coq Hardi return to Pembroke Road for one night only.
The final dinner is set to take place next Monday, July 25th, in the heart of the city at the iconic Woollen Mills. A true celebration of the staple Irish classic, the theme of the event is ‘Bacon and Cabbage’ and will see five chefs from around the country putting their own unique twist on the quintessential combination.
James Joyce’s former workplace will see two of Cork’s best known chefs, Ali Honour of Ali’s Kitchen and Fenn’s Quay’s Kate Lawlor take to the kitchen. They will be joined by Chameleon’s Kevin O’Toole, Robbie Krawzyck of Tankardstown House and head chef of Leitrim’s The Cottage, Sham Hanifa.
Tickets are priced at €57.10 which includes a five course meal and reception drink. To purchase your ticket, click here.
ABOUT EURO-TOQUES IRELAND
“EURO-TOQUES IRELAND members are custodians of Irish culinary heritage and the food culture of Ireland today and tomorrow. Our members – professional chefs and cooks – work to a high set of principles and are asked in good faith to follow the Euro-Toques Code of Honour. This means striving for excellent culinary standards as a chef and always working with quality local produce, in season as far as possible. In short, Euro- Toques members must operate with integrity in everything from sourcing to serving.
EURO-TOQUES INTERNATIONAL is a European community of cooks and chefs, representing over 3,500 professionals, with national branches in 16 European countries. The organisation was established in 1986 by Belgian chef Pierre Romeyer, Myrtle Allen from Ireland, Gualtiero Marchesi from Italy, Juan-Mari Arzak from Spain, Paul Bocuse from France, and Cas Spijker from the Netherlands.”
For more information on Euro-toques Ireland visit www.euro-toques.ie