The grilling gurus get serious about barbecuing
We meet the pitmasters behind Smokin’ Soul, the Wexford business that’s all about cooking over flames
Travel to the Tuscan countryside, or maybe a remote part of France, and you might not be surprised to find someone barbecuing a whole lamb up a lane on a sunny Saturday morning. In Wexford? Probably not so much.
But that’s exactly what’s happening in Cloonagh, an old famine village around a fifteen minute drive from New Ross. It’s the location of Smokin’ Soul, a business run by Pat Conway and Jim O’Brien that offers...
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