In time for next weekend's "A Taste of Donegal Food Festival" (26th - 28th August) a new Online Food Guide has been launched that shows you the array of places to eat in Donegal Town. The "Donegal Town Food Guide" is a detailed analysis of the local eateries in this south county town. It can be viewed on-line or downloaded directly to your mobile phone for ease of access.
Here's a quick peek...hover the mouse over each number to see the name of the premises.
|Lobster - King of the Sea!|
|Monkfish - A big ugly head that is waste, but the tastiest meat in in tail!|
Brucheen Potatoes -
|Brucheen Potatoes with a raw egg beaten into it was one of my Mum's favourites!|
That's it ready to go - so serve up and enjoy with your favourite white wine!
So what do you have to do to win this prize?
1. First visit their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/dublin.meat.company
2. Get as many as your friends as possible to ‘Like’ the Facebook page. They must leave the following comment on the Facebook wall: “(YOUR NAME) loves his/her meat’
The winner will the person who has the most friends posting the above comment on their Facebook wall by the 31st August . The Winner will be announced on the 1st September. (terms and conditions apply).
The first Dublin Meat Company shop opened three years ago in Butterly Business Park, Artane in Dublin 5 under the helm of butcher Pat O’Leary and his son David. Prior to this Pat built a successful butchers shop over 30 years in Northside Shopping Centre. Due to the success of the Dublin Meat Company Brand, the Artane shop has doubled in size with a loyal customer base not just across North Dublin, but with shoppers coming from far and wide to grab quality and value, unparalleled anywhere else. Brian O’Leary joined his father and brother in 2008. In March 2008 the second shop was opened in Kinsealy Garden Centre followed quickly by a 3000sq foot shop on Forest Road Swords.
Visit their Butcher Shops at :
Artane- Unit 5/6, Butterly Business Park, Artane, Dublin 5.
Swords- Unit 1, Forest Road, Swords, Co Dublin.
Kinsealy- Kinsealy Garden Centre, Malahide Road, Kinsealy, Dublin 17.
See www.dublinmeatcompany.com or www.facebook.com/dublin.meat.company
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