On Wednesday February 1, RTÉ will broadcast a programme that includes the Multyfarnham Cookery Faculty at within the Franciscan Friary.
The primary characteristic of the present is Neven Maguire discovering the greenways of Eire and visits close by locations of curiosity on a meals theme.
On this episode, Neven is on the Royal Canal Greenway and he goes to the Multyfarnham Cookery Faculty, speaks to Kamalika, the director, who teaches him a strong lesson.
The collection is named Neven’s Greenway Meals Trails.
In a press launch, RTÉ stated:
In his new six-part collection Neven’s Greenway Meals Trails, chef Neven Maguire travels a few of Eire’s most spectacular greenways, and meets extra of Eire’s finest meals producers and cooks.
Biking by way of a few of Eire’s most beautiful surroundings, Neven explores established Greenways akin to The Nice Western Greenway in Mayo, The Limerick, Waterford and Royal Canal Greenways; and he follows the routes of future Greenways deliberate for South Kerry and Connemara in County Galway.
Alongside the way in which Neven meets a few of Eire’s most proficient meals producers and cooks in a wide range of attention-grabbing areas.
He tastes venison in Dromcollogher in County Limerick, natural beef burgers beside Lough Owel in County Westmeath, and mussels in Cromane, in County Kerry.
Eire’s Greenways observe the routes of deserted railway traces and canals which have been revitalised as biking and strolling tracks, passing by way of dramatic mountainous landscapes, lakeshores and seascapes.
On his travels Neven additionally meets native historians who inform him all about these nineteenth century feats of engineering which had a transformative impression on the entire nation.
Lots of the unique aqueducts, viaducts and tunnels type a part of the Greenways as we speak and have within the collection.