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Recipe book by local craftisan producers reminds food lovers to buy Irish, shop local and think artisan.
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.
Breakthrough Cancer Research has launched their first pop up Christmas Shop on the ground floor of Cornmarket Shopping Centre on the 12th of December 2012 (12-12-12)and it will run for the 12 days of Christmas right up until Christmas Eve.
Students Harness Aid for Relief of the Elderly (SHARE) Launch Crib and Annual Fast and Fundraising Campaign
SHARE (Students Harness Aid for the Relief of the Elderly), the organisation for the care of Cork’s elderly, will switch on the lights at the SHARE Crib on Daunt’s Square, Cork, (near Grand Parade), this Friday, 14th December 2012 at 6pm.
The opening of the Crib marks the official launch of the 2012 fast and fundraising campaign by the boys and girls of SHARE.
This is the 42nd year in which 1,800 fourth and fifth-year students from 22 schools rally round to raise funds for SHARE, the only campaign it undertakes throughout the year.
~ Breakthrough Cancer Research’s Christmas Shop will pop up at Cornmarket Shopping Centre on 12/12/12 at 12pm for 12 days ~
Breakthrough Cancer Research is launching their first pop up Christmas Shop on the ground floor of Cornmarket Shopping Centre on the 12th of December 2012 (12-12-12) at 12pm, and it will run for the 12 days of Christmas right up until Christmas Eve.
The official opening of the ‘12 Days of Christmas Shop’ will be marked in suitably festive fashion with much loved soprano Cara O’ Sullivan performing with Patrick Killeen for the public at 12pm to get shoppers and supporters of Breakthrough Cancer Research in a real Christmas mood. A variety of musicians will also perform over the 12 days, including John Spillane, Darragh McGann, Alison Long and choirs from Frankfield Gospel Choir and the Church of the Real Presence in Bishopstown amongst others to enhance the atmosphere of goodwill and generosity right up until Christmas Eve.
~ Eamonn Mac 100km/200km Memorial Cycle in aid of Cork Cancer Research Centre ~
This year’s annual Eamonn Mac 100km/ 200km Memorial Cycle in Cork has raised an incredible €44,000 for Breakthrough Cancer Research, who support Cork Cancer Research Centre.