|Wednesday 8 March is International Women’s Day 2017|
Sharon Noone is originally from Co Antrim and is now resident in Newcastle West. She has included the recently announced Northern Ireland signature dish “Born and Braised” on this special event's menu.
Guests to the Mustard Seed (an Ireland’s Blue Book property, which is recommended by Georgina Campbell and has won numerous accolades for its fine dining, customer service and luxurious accommodation) will choose from a menu which features some of Sharon’s favourite ingredients and dishes from both sides of the border.
|Mustard Seed at Echo Lodge in Ballingarry, Co Limerick|
Head chef Angel Pirev demonstrated his ethos for using locally sourced produce during an appearance on the last programme in Neven’s Irish Food Trails, which aired on RTE1 on Wednesday 1 March last.
The ingredients to make the dish and other courses will be sourced mainly from local businesses including butcher Pat Barry, Cahill’s Cheese, the Little Milk Company as well as the Mustard Seed's own kitchen garden.
“It has been such an exciting process collaborating with Sharon,” explained the Mustard Seed’s John Edward Joyce. “We look forward to producing our West Limerick interpretation of the Northern Ireland signature dish which incorporates beef shin and I’m sure guests will have difficulty deciding between it and the other options on offer.”
|John Edward with Neven Maguire|
Guests wishing to spend the night in one of the recently refurbished rooms can avail of a special overnight rate of €55 B&B per person sharing.
Pre booking is essential by contacting The Mustard Seed on 069 68508 or email email@example.com